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COVID-19: Police maintain strict vigil amid curfew in Ahmedabad

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COVID-19: Police maintain strict vigil amid curfew in Ahmedabad

COVID-19: Police maintain strict vigil amid curfew in Ahmedabad

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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