Jharkhand lockdown relaxations: Sunday restrictions lifted, students of class VI and above can go to schools
The students, however, will be allowed to attend classes only with the consent of their parents, he added.
While shops will remain open till 4 pm, there will be a complete lockdown from Saturday 5 pm till Monday 6 am.
Jharkhand Health Minister Banna Gupta informed that the government has extended the hours of operation for shops in the state, except Jamshedpur.
Restrictions will continue on malls and multi-brand shops in all 24 districts, where the shops have been allowed to remain open from 6 am to 2 pm.
The Jharkhand government extended the lockdown-like restrictions with stricter provisions till June 3 to contain COVID-19 surge in the state.
The government is making all efforts to save both "livelihood and life" and will soon decide on extending the ongoing lockdown which is scheduled to come to an end on May 27.
It has been made mandatory for people in the 18-45 age group to register themselves at Co-WIN to get the vaccine.
For Naman Bixal Kongari, who took the solemn wedding vows in Ranchi Thursday, this was to show the rural masses that marriage can be conducted with such simplicity.
Amid Jharkhand's claims of being oxygen surplus state, 186 cylinders go missing from Hazaribag hospital
An FIR was registered after the oxygen cylidners and regulators were found missing from Hazaribag Medical College and Hospital on Sunday.
Movement of inter-state and intra-state buses restricted, only 11 persons will be allowed to attend marriages
The decision was taken to prevent the further spread of COVID-19, particularly in rural areas, amid a surge in cases over the last fortnight, officials said.
Chief Minister Hemant Soren had on April 20 declared a seven-day lockdown-like restriction starting from April 22, saying that the period would be observed as "health safety week".
In an official order by the state government said All shops, restaurants, clubs shall not remain open after 8 pm. However, take-home/ home delivery shall be permitted.
According to a Ranchi Police official, 12 FIRs have been registered against 30 people in the city.