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List of notifications/circulars/advisory
01 September 2021 - 30 September 2021
|Last Updated On||Issuing Authority||Applicability||Nature of directions||Copy of notification/source|
|September 29, 2021||Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC)||Mumbai||Days after the Maharashtra government stated that the schools across the state will reopen from October 4, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) on Wednesday said the schools for classes 8-12 to reopen from October 4. Issuing a fresh notification, BMC Commissioner said that for the rest of the classes, the civic body will make a decision in November.||Read here|
|September 29, 2021||Punjab government||Punjab||The Punjab government on Wednesday decided to ease restrictions on public gatherings in the wake of improvement in the COVID-19 situation in the state.
According to the decision, the government has allowed an indoor gathering of 300 people and outdoor gathering of 500 people.
|September 28, 2021||Tamil Nadu Government||Tamil Nadu||The Tamil Nadu government on Tuesday extended the Covid-related restrictions in the state till 31 October. Government has directed religious places to remain shut on all Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.
Meanwhile, the state government has also said that physical classes for the students of classes 1 to 8 will resume from 1 November.
|September 28, 2021||Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA)||The Centre on Tuesday extended the suspension on international scheduled commercial flights till October 31 owing to the coronavirus diseases (Covid-19) pandemic except for flights to certain countries with which India has had an air bubble arrangement.||Read here|
|September 21, 2021
||The UK still does not recognise Indian COVID-19 vaccination certificates and Indians travelling to the country would have to mandatorily quarantine like non-vaccinated travellers.
|September 20, 2021
||Uttar Pradesh Government
||Uttar Pradesh||Uttar Pradesh government has revised the covid guidelines in the state. The government has now allowed 100 persons (at a time) to attend weddings and other functions. Guidelines have also been issued for strict compliance with covid restrictions in view of Shardiya Navratri, Vijayadashami, Dussehra, and Chehallum.
|September 15, 2021||Andhra Pradesh Government||Andhra Pradesh||The Andhra Pradesh government has extended the existing night curfew in the state till September 30 with effect from September 16, 2021.||Read here|
|September 15, 2021||Delhi Disaster Management Authority||Delhi||Delhi Disaster Management Authority( DDMA) has released fresh guidelines and protocols for COVID 19. Exhibitions such as trade fairs will be allowed in the city from Thursday onward, with DDMA further scaling down Covid-19 restrictions. Only social, religious, political and cultural gatherings remain completely banned in the city now, with schools having been allowed to reopen in a limited manner earlier this month|
|September 14, 2021
Government of United Kingdom
|Passengers from India to UK||From October 1, people travelling to the United Kingdom from India might not need to undergo expensive PCR tests as the UK is contemplating an overhaul of its current system. Under the new rules, the UK might do away with the amber category and keep quarantine restrictions confined to others. With India being part of the amber list, it is likely that PCR tests could be dropped along with relaxations in quarantine rules.||Read here|
|September 14, 2021
Government of West Bengal
|West Bengal||West Bengal government extended all the existing coronavirus disease (Covid-19)-related restrictions and relaxations till September 30. As the government protocols dictate, all outdoor activities -- including the movement of people and vehicles -- shall remain strictly prohibited in the state between 11pm and 5am. However, essential and emergency services will be allowed to continue unhindered during this period and beyond.||Read here|
|September 14, 2021||Government of Uttarakhand||Uttarakhand||The Uttarakhand government has extended the COVID-19 restrictions in the state from 6 am on September 14 to September 21. The Dehradun DM has said that tourists will only be allowed to visit Mussoorie on weekends and must furnish a negative Covid test report dated 72 hours prior to arrival.||Read here|
|September 13, 2021||Government of Gujarat||Gujarat||The Gujarat government on Tuesday informed that night curfew in the state will be from 11 pm to 6 am in 8 major cities including Vadodara, Gandhinagar, Surat, Rajkot from 15-25 September in order to curb the spread of Covid cases.||Read here|
|September 13, 2021||Government of Goa||Goa||
The Goa government has made five-day quarantine compulsory for people, specially students and those coming for work purposes from Kerala, in the wake of a surge in COVID-19 cases in the southern state.
|September 10, 2021||Government of Punjab||Punjab||Punjab chief minister on Friday announced the decision to send state government employees compulsorily on leave who fail to take even the first dose of vaccine against coronavirus disease. (Covid-19)||Read here|
|September 10, 2021||UAE Authorities||UAE||The United Arab Emirates (UAE) on Friday has announced that it is lifting restrictions from September 12 on entry for residents who have been fully vaccinated with a shot approved by the World Health Organization (WHO). It said that residents from India can fly into the UAE from September 12.||Read here|
|September 10, 2021||Government of Karnataka||Karnataka||State Government in an Order has urged people to defer their plans to visit Kerala till the end of October, if there is no emergency or urgency, with a view to avoiding third wave of Covid-19 pandemic||Read here|
|September 10, 2021||Government of Punjab||Punjab||State government has extended the COVID-related restriction in the state till 30 September in the view of upcoming festival season.||Read here|
|September 09, 2021||Mumbai Authorities/Police||Mumbai||In an effort to keep the Covid-19 situation under control, the police imposed Section 144 of the CrPc in Mumbai for Ganesh Chaturthi from September 10 to 19. According to a new order issued on Thursday, devotees would also not be allowed to visit pandals.||Read here|
|September 08, 2021||Rajasthan Government||Rajasthan||Keeping in view the upcoming COVID third wave, the Rajasthan government on Wednesday imposed fresh restrictions and banned public gatherings. Issuing fresh order, the state government prohibited public rallies, fairs, cultural and religious events in the state||Read here|
|September 08, 2021||Mumbai Government||Mumbai||The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) has issued strict Covid guidelines ahead of Mumbai's Ganpati festival.||Read here|
|September 07, 2021||Nagpur Authorities||Nagpur||Due to a sudden rise in covid cases in Nagpur, the local authorities will be re-imposing restrictions in the city - to be announced soon||Read here|
|September 05, 2021||Government of Philippines||Philippines||The Philippines will lift the travel ban for all inbound travelers from 10 countries, including India and the United Arab Emirates (UAE), from September 6. travellers from these 10 countries will have to spend 14 days in quarantine upon arrival.||read here|
|September 05, 2021||Goa Government||Goa||The Goa government has extended the ongoing Covid-induced curfew till September 13, 2021||Read here|
|September 03, 2021||Ministry of Health and Family Welfare||India||MoHFW has issued an addendum to its guidelines on passengers from certain countries requiring compulsory RTPCR testing on arrival– more countries have been added to the list, with effect from 3 September 2021||Read here|
|September 02, 2021||Mumbai Police||Mumbai||Ahead of Ganesh Chaturthi and other festivals, the Mumbai Police on Thursday formed a ‘Special 13’ squad has been given the task to ensure that people follow Covid protocols during the festive season. As per updates, the new squad of Mumbai Police will take action against people who don’t wear masks and don’t follow Covid guidelines.||Read here|
|September 02, 2021||Karnataka government||Travelers from Kerala||In a new ruling, the Karnataka government has exempted certain travellers from Kerala from mandatory seven-day institutional quarantine, provided that they have a short-term travel plan. The new rule says that such short term travellers should be in Karnataka for three days||Read here|
|September 01, 2021||Assam Government||Assam||The Assam government on announced night curfew in all districts from 9 pm to 5am in order to keep a check on the spread of coronavirus disease (Covid-19). In the latest guidelines, the state government said that the restrictions will come into force from September 2021 and remain in place till further orders.||Read here|
|September 01, 2021
||Ministry of Health and Family welfare||India||FAQs on COVID-19 Vaccines and Vaccination Program||Read here|