All religious places in Rajasthan that were closed for devotees in wake of COVID-19 pandemic, will be re-opened from September 7, said state government on Wednesday.
All the religious places in the state that were closed for common devotees in the wake of COVID-19 pandemic, will re-open from September 7. All precautionary measures to ensure safety against the disease will have to be mandatory followed, the government order reads.
Earlier, the center had given relaxations in the nationwide coronavirus-induced lockdown and allowed the religious places across the country to reopen from June 8. However,, Rajasthan government has not allowed the opening of the same in view of the surge in the number of corona virus cases.
A total of 1,345 new COVID-19 positive cases and 12 deaths reported in Rajasthan till 8.30 pm on Wednesday. The total number of cases now at 74,670 including 14,099 active cases and 992 deaths, said State Health Department.