In smaller cities where the infection is less, the weekend curfew can be reduced to two to three days.
Amid the sharply rising cases of COVID-19 in the state, the Rajasthan government has imposed night curfew from Saturday till April 30 in 10 cities.
Rajasthan CM Ashok Gehlot said it is a priority for his government to stop the infection spread and save lives of people.
Ashok Gehlot said social distancing and other health protocols, including using face masks, should be taken care of in all institutions.
It has also been reported that after Diwali six per cent of the country's patients are from Rajasthan.
The next two weeks are particularly important for the spread of the disease, so every person must play the role of a responsible citizen, Gehlot said.
Anil Tank, a contractual employee who worked as a senior treatment supervisor in Mahuwa, was found circulating fake news related to positive number of COVID-19 cases being found in the state.