Chennai, Madurai to continue with curbs till July 5: TN govt

Chennai, Madurai to continue with curbs till July 5: TN govt
Health workers spray disinfectant on roads as a measure to prevent the spread of coronavirus, during the nationwide lockdown, in Chennai, Tuesday. Photo: PTI
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Chennai: Chennai and Madurai will continue to be under intense lockdown till July 5 and the current relaxations and curbs shall be in force till July 31 for the rest of Tamil Nadu, the government said.

Schools, colleges, malls, resorts, lodges, cinema halls, and bars would continue to be shut and religious congregations and prayers in places of worship in urban regions are banned.

Travel to tourist places like Nilgiris, Kodaikanal and Yercaud for non-residents and for tourism purposes is not allowed, an official release said.

While restrictions for Chennai, Madurai and other nearby areas of these two cities would ease from July 6, in other parts of Tamil Nadu, the current relaxations and curbs shall continue to be in force till July 31.

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