Chandigarh Administration designates 25 areas as containment zones

The order will remain in force till April 30

Chandigarh Administration designates 25 areas as containment zones

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Tribune Web Desk
Chandigarh, March 29

The Chandigarh Administration on Monday designated 25 areas as containment zones in the city to fight the COVID-19 pandemic.

The order will remain in force till April 30.

The new containment zones include parts of Sector 15, 22, 28, 30A, 32D, 35D, 38A, 40C, 41B, 42B, 42C, 43B, 44B, 45C, 46A, 49A, part of Sector 63 (Block 8 and 16) and part of village Khuda Ali Sher.

Frequent sanitization of the areas will be undertaken by the municipal authorities, the order said and the people have been advised to follow social distancing norms, wear masks and follow hand hygiene.

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