Night curfew enforced in Manipur in view of the Covid-19 pandemic will continue from 8.30 pm to 4 am till October 21.
The order stated that all offices in the district will function normally.
The new government order stated that certain restrictions are lifted as the number of COVID-19 positive cases detected per day is declining.
Activities permitted in the previous state government orders on July 19 and July 27 will continue to be permitted during the curfew.
Villages and colonies may decide to prevent entry of citizens and villagers from COVID-19 affected villages and places.
Public gatherings are limited to 50 per cent of seating capacity with strict adherence to COVID-19 Appropriate Behavior.
On April 11, the Committee on Protection and Preservation of Mt Koubru announced immediate closure of all entry points to Mount Koubru.
Ritual activities will be allowed after permission at Cheiraoching, Thangmeiband; Pishum Chinga and Singjamei.
There is free movement of people from Jirighat, Cachar district, Assam to Jiribam district and the frequent entry and exit of people from neighbouring states is not safe for the district, the JDO said.
Restrictions on movements at local level imposed by the district administration or by the state government will amount to violation of the guidelines issued by ministry under the provisions of the Disaster Management Act, 2005.
The new guidelines issued by the Union Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) to fight COVID-19 will be effective from June 1