The Ashok Gehlot-led Rajasthan government has decided to make it obligatory for people to get at least a dose of the Covid-19 vaccines for entering into a public place with effect from June 28. This is the new set of guidelines around pandemic restrictions moved by the state government.
Also, the state government has decided that offices can remain open until 6 pm. The businesses whose staff has received the Covid jab can stay open for an extra 3 hours till 7 pm. While marriage palaces can start their operations from July 1 for organising marriage ceremonies, religious places will begin to open conditionally. According to the new guideline of the state government, a three-layered public discipline 3.0 will be enforced from June 28. In government offices with a count of less than 25 personnel, all staff will be permitted. In offices with the number of staff is 25 or exceeding 25, 50% staff will be permitted.