Haryana Govt make it mandatory for people to complete the vaccination against COVID-19 to gain entry into restaurants, banks, malls, offices and other public places. The new rule will come into effect from January 1, 2022.

Haryana Health Minister Anil Vij said in the state assembly, "From January 1, 2022, the people who have not taken both doses will not be allowed to enter marriage halls, hotels, restaurants, offices, banks, or any other public places. This is to protect ourselves from Omicron and the third wave of Covid."

Haryana's Additional Chief Secretary (Health) Rajiv Arora said that only 60 percent of the total population of the state have received both the doses. He said, “Since the dose of COVID vaccination has reached 93 per cent, the second dose is still lagging behind by 60 per cent (as on December 22, 2021). A large number of beneficiaries are due and are long overdue for the second dose."

This announcement came into force after the increase in the number of cases of Omicron in the country and it is necessary that its further spread is curbed at the earliest. The Additional Chief Secretary has also said that the emerging situation calls for surveillance and focused implementation or vaccination.

Bus stands and railway stations will be available only to fully vaccinated people. Apart from this, religious places, petrol and CNG stations, milk booths and ration shops will also have similar rules.


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