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Tamil Nadu extends lockdown till November 30: Do’s and Don’ts

Tamil Nadu extends lockdown till November 30; allow schools, colleges to reopen with restrictions


Tamil Nadu Government has on Saturday extended the Covid-19 lockdown till November 30. But with some relaxation. Schools and colleges to reopen but with some restrictions. Sub-urban trains and movie theatres, too, can function with 50% seating capacity. Suburban train services, as per the Central government’s decision, are “allowed” to resume.

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Here is all you need to know about it:


  • Higher Secondary schools, colleges, research institutes and educational institutions are permitted to function from November 16 by following COVID-19 guidelines.
  • Schools/Colleges and working hostels can start to function from November 16.
  • Koyambedu Market complex will be allowed to function from November 2.
  • The suburban trains are permitted to function based on the guidelines provided by the Union government.
  • The shooting for movies and television series can resume with 150 members.
  • All movie theatres, including the cinema halls in multiplex and shopping malls, are allowed to function with 50% seating capacities from November 11. This exemption, however, is not applicable to containment zones.
  • Religious, social, political, entertainment and educational meetings are permitted from November 11.
  • The marriages and final rites for the deceased can be conducted with 100 members.
  • People below 60 years of age can use gyms from November 1. The earlier order allowed people below 50 years of age to use gyms.
  • State-run liquor outlets will be open from 12 pm to 10 from November 1.


  • Swimming pools, beaches, tourists spots and public gathering areas
  • International flight services will remain suspended, barring special flights.
  • The people coming from other states, except Puducherry should continue to get e-registration.
  • Public should avoid unnecessary gatherings during the festival season.

The state currently has 25,000 active cases of COVID-19. It has also registered less than 3,000 cases for the past seven days.

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