Yes, January 31. It’s the last day till COVID 19 restricts will remain in force in West Bengal.

Mamata Mukherjee government today extended the ongoing COVID-19 restrictions till January 31.

As per the WB government’s order, “marriage and fairs on open grounds in a very restricted manner with strict adherence to safety norms”, an official order said. 

The WB government also allowed marriage functions with a maximum of 200 attendees or 50 per cent of the venue’s capacity, whichever is lesser, it said.

“Restrictions and relaxation measures and advisory as already stand extended up to 31/01/2022. Marriage-related functions with a maximum of 200 people at a time or 50 per cent seating capacity of the hall/venue whichever is lower. Mela/fair may be allowed in open-air venues in a very restricted manner, following COVID-19 protocols," PTI quotes the order issued by Chief Secretary H K Dwivedi said. 

“All outdoor activities including the movement of people and vehicles shall be strictly prohibited between 10 PM and 5 AM except for health, law and order, transport of essential commodities including agricultural produce, and other emergency services.”

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