Tamil Nadu government announced Night Lockdown from April 20th

Amid increase in in covid-19 cases after the second wave Tamilnadu Government imposed night curfew from April 28th 2021. And complete lockdown on every Sunday.

During the night lockdown public and private transports are completely banned from night 10 p.m. to morning 4:00 a.m.

Shopping Complex showrooms and all other shops are allowed till 9 p.m.

Government and private University and college exams are to be conducted only through online.

Vegetable Markets and stores closed during full lockdown.

Essentials product manufactures can work during the night lockdown.

Only essential services allowed to operate during night curfew. Media, petrol pumps, continuous process industries exempted. Transport for emergency medical need, airport, railway station alone will be allowed.

All tourist centers, beaches and parks to remain shut.

Summer camps not allowed.

A minimum 50 per cent work from home to be adopted by the companies.

The government announced the postponement of Class 12 board exams for stateboard students. However, practical exams which began on Friday will continue as scheduled.

Parcel facility allowed from hotels from 6am- 10am, 12pm- 3pm and 6pm-9pm on Sundays.

100 people allowed for weddings and 50 for funerals.

Private hospitals with required infrastructure can join hands with consenting hotels to operate Covid care centres.Other guests will not be permitted to stay in such hotels.


Action to be taken against the owners of wedding halls, cinema theatres, restaurants and tea shops that failed to adhere and implement Covid restrictions in force.


Chief minister Edappadi K Palaniswami directed officials to increase number of tests in districts reporting higher Covid-19 cases and also implement effective contact tracing to minimize the effects of the spread of the disease.


The CM directed the industries department to issue temporary licence to industrial units within the state coming forward to produce oxygen to ensure adequate supply and stock.