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Gujarat: Night curfew to be imposed in Ahmedabad amid spike in COVID-19 cases

DNA Thursday, 19 November 2020 ()
In the last few days, private hospitals in Gujarat has been filling up with COVID-19 patients. Reportedly, there are only 400 beds vacant for COVID-19 patients.
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Huge crowd was seen shopping in Bhopal amid spike in COVID-19 cases. People were even seen without masks. Social distancing norms disappeared at jam-packed shopping hub. CM Chouhan had announced night curfew in 5 cities including Bhopal to restrict spread of coronavirus.

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Huge crowd were seen in a market in Gujarat's Ahmedabad on November 23, following the lifting of the night curfew. Social distancing norms went for a toss. Gujarat has 13,600 active cases of coronavirus.

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Ahmedabad streets wear deserted look during COVID curfew [Video]

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Streets wore a deserted look as curfew has been imposed in Ahmedabad till 6 am on November 23 to curb the spread of COVID-19. Police are on a strict vigil in the city to stop unnecessary movement of the public. During this period, only shops selling essential items, medicines are permitted to remain open. COVID-19 cases continue to surge in Gujarat, active cases stand at 13,285.

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In a bid to mitigate the spread of COVID-19, curfew has been imposed in Ahmedabad from November 20 to 23. Police are checking vehicles in the city to stop unnecessary movement of the public. During this period, only shops selling essential items, medicines are permitted to remain open. COVID-19 cases continue to surge in Gujarat, active cases stand at 13,050.

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