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Spontaneous lockdown in these areas of the state which is not under the control of Koro system in Gujarat

Now the government has started the process of unlocking one corona after another in Gujarat, but given the increasing number of corona cases, a spontaneous lockdown is being declared in some cities of Gujarat. Let's know where the lockdown is happening.



  • Lockout in Khedbraham city and taluka till 21 September
  • 12-day lockout in Mangrol, Surat
  • These areas of Rajkot will also be closed

The state government is announcing one unlocked place after another, but the people of the state are resorting to spontaneous lockdown to control the corona. Today, people in Rajkot, Khedbraham and Junagadh have announced voluntary bandhs.

Lockout in Khedbraham city and taluka till 21 September

From today to September 21, spontaneous lockout will remain for eight days as corona infection increases in Khedbrahm city and taluka. The market will be open from 8 am to 11 am for essentials. The municipality has announced the closure of Sahaj Bazaar in the streets of the town for eight days. However, essential services like milk parlor, medical store, hospital and government office will remain open during this period. The Khedbraham municipality, various trade associations have taken this decision and the lorries have also supported the bandh.

12-day lockout in Mangrol, Surat

A lockout of 12 days has been announced from September 12 at Mangrol Taluka Center in Surat. The Gram Panchayat has taken this decision in view of the increasing number of Corona cases. During this time, Mangrol's markets will be open from 7 am to 11 am, but only essential services such as medical and milk shops will remain open. Muslim leaders have also decided to close the main Jumma Mosque at the taluka headquarters.

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ગુજરાતીમાં માહિતી માટે અહીં ક્લિક કરો 

These areas of Rajkot will also be closed

Traders in Rajkot Danpeeth have announced a half-day voluntary lockout as Corona cases are increasing. The store will only be open from 8 am to 3 pm on Mondays. If the situation is brought under control, the shop will be opened from 20 September. The traders of Rajkot Danapith have taken this decision as the corona case is increasing. After Soni Bazaar in Rajkot, a clean lockout has been decided by the Danpet Association. There will be a 7-day lockout in Danpeth. It may be mentioned here that, with the death of 35 jewelers in Rajkot, the lockout situation has remained in the Soni Bazaar since Saturday. On the other hand, a voluntary lockout has also been done at Koyalana Ghad in Manavadhar, Junagadh.

Voluntary lockout in Koyalana village of Junagadh

Voluntary lockout has been implemented in Koyalana village of Junagadh. There have been 25 cases in Koyalana village in Manawad. The sarpanch of Koyalana village has decided to implement voluntary lockout. In Koyalana village, shops will be open from 8 to 10 in the morning and 4 to 6 in the evening. In addition, the rule of masks and social distance will be followed. The Koyalana villagers have accused the health system of lack of adequate staff at the health center in Koilana village. And no arrangement has been made so far by the health system

Spontaneous lockdown in these areas of the state which is not under the control of Koro system in Gujarat

Spontaneous lockdown in these areas of the state which is not under the control of Koro system in Gujarat

Now the government has started the process of unlocking one corona after another in Gujarat, but given the increasing number of corona cases, a spontaneous lockdown is being declared in some cities of Gujarat. Let's know where the lockdown is happening.



  • Lockout in Khedbraham city and taluka till 21 September
  • 12-day lockout in Mangrol, Surat
  • These areas of Rajkot will also be closed

The state government is announcing one unlocked place after another, but the people of the state are resorting to spontaneous lockdown to control the corona. Today, people in Rajkot, Khedbraham and Junagadh have announced voluntary bandhs.

Lockout in Khedbraham city and taluka till 21 September

From today to September 21, spontaneous lockout will remain for eight days as corona infection increases in Khedbrahm city and taluka. The market will be open from 8 am to 11 am for essentials. The municipality has announced the closure of Sahaj Bazaar in the streets of the town for eight days. However, essential services like milk parlor, medical store, hospital and government office will remain open during this period. The Khedbraham municipality, various trade associations have taken this decision and the lorries have also supported the bandh.

12-day lockout in Mangrol, Surat

A lockout of 12 days has been announced from September 12 at Mangrol Taluka Center in Surat. The Gram Panchayat has taken this decision in view of the increasing number of Corona cases. During this time, Mangrol's markets will be open from 7 am to 11 am, but only essential services such as medical and milk shops will remain open. Muslim leaders have also decided to close the main Jumma Mosque at the taluka headquarters.

Read In Gujarati Click Here
ગુજરાતીમાં માહિતી માટે અહીં ક્લિક કરો 

These areas of Rajkot will also be closed

Traders in Rajkot Danpeeth have announced a half-day voluntary lockout as Corona cases are increasing. The store will only be open from 8 am to 3 pm on Mondays. If the situation is brought under control, the shop will be opened from 20 September. The traders of Rajkot Danapith have taken this decision as the corona case is increasing. After Soni Bazaar in Rajkot, a clean lockout has been decided by the Danpet Association. There will be a 7-day lockout in Danpeth. It may be mentioned here that, with the death of 35 jewelers in Rajkot, the lockout situation has remained in the Soni Bazaar since Saturday. On the other hand, a voluntary lockout has also been done at Koyalana Ghad in Manavadhar, Junagadh.

Voluntary lockout in Koyalana village of Junagadh

Voluntary lockout has been implemented in Koyalana village of Junagadh. There have been 25 cases in Koyalana village in Manawad. The sarpanch of Koyalana village has decided to implement voluntary lockout. In Koyalana village, shops will be open from 8 to 10 in the morning and 4 to 6 in the evening. In addition, the rule of masks and social distance will be followed. The Koyalana villagers have accused the health system of lack of adequate staff at the health center in Koilana village. And no arrangement has been made so far by the health system
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