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COVID-19 lockdown in Haryana extended till May 31, some restrictions eased

The Haryana government on Sunday extended the coronavirus lockdown till May 31, according to an order issued here.

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Press Trust of India  |  Chandigarh 

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The Haryana government on Sunday extended the till May 31, according to an order issued here.

State Chief Secretary Vijai Vardhan in the order said the lockdown, which was earlier imposed till May 24, has been extended by a week till 5 am on May 31.

In a bid to contain the spread, the state government had first imposed the on May 3, which was extended every week since then.

The Haryana government has termed the as "Mahamari Alert/Surkshit Haryana (Epidemic Alert/Safe Haryana)".

The state has so far reported 7,33,628 infection cases, including 7,415 deaths.

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First Published: Sun, May 23 2021. 17:59 IST