West Bengal Lockdown Extension: Almost a month after gradually opening up activities as allowed by the Centre, the West Bengal government on Tuesday decided to put the containment zones of the state under complete shutdown from July 9, 5 PM onwards. Also Read - West Bengal Lockdown: Flight Operations Suspended on Lockdown Days, People Still Flouting Restrictions

Over 1,000 areas will come under strict restrictions from July 9, as the state government — allegedly waking up late to the crisis — has also put the buffer zones under the restrictions. Also Read - West Bengal Lockdown: No Lockdown on August 2, 9, Mamata Revises August Lockdown Schedule. Here's Why

Here is the list of areas that will come under restrictions: Also Read - West Bengal Lockdown: 12 Special Trains Cancelled From Howrah, Sealdah | Trains Cancelled on July 29

Kolkata city has 33 containment zones, while in neighbouring South 24 Parganas and North 24 Parganas districts of West Bengal, there are 155 and 219 such zones, respectively, according to an official data.

The containment zones and buffer zones around them were clubbed together to constitute a “broad-based” containment zone.

Kolkata: Ultadanga, Phoolbagan, Kankurgachi, Hudco, Beliaghata, Bhowanipore, Alipore, Bijoygarh, Jadavpur, New Alipore, Kasba, Mukundapur, and Ajaynagar are among the 33 containment zones in Kolkata, the official data showed.

On the official website, however, the number has not been updated since July 1, when the number was 18. Check list

North 24 Parganas: The 219 containment zones include areas of Rajarhat, Swarupnagar, Hasnabad, places under the Bidhannagar Municipal Corporation, Bongaon, Dum Dum, Habra, Halisahar, Barrackpore, Barasat and Basirhat. Check list

South 24 Parganas: It has 155 containment zones. Check List

Howrah: Check list

Hooghly: Check list

Nadia: Check list

Purba Medinipur: Check list

Paschim Medinipur: Check list

Malda: Check list

Jalpaiguri: Check list

Darjeeling: Check list

Kalimpong: Check list

Uttar Dinajpur: Check list

Dakshin Dinajpur: Check list

Murshidabad: Check list

Bankura: Check list

Birbhum: Check list

Cooch Behar: Check list

West Bengal has reported a total of 23,837 cases till Tuesday and the contagion has claimed the lives of 804 people.