Lockdown 5.0 until 30 June; Hotels, malls and religious places to open from 8 June

Lockdown 5.0 until 30 June; Hotels, malls and religious places to open from 8 June


Lockdown 5.0 until 30 June; Hotels, malls and religious places to open from 8 June


The central government announced on Saturday that the lockdown would continue until June 30. But further relief has been given and religious places, restaurants, malls, and hotels will open from 8 June. Restrictions on activities in the construction zone will still remain.

New Delhi: The central government announced on Saturday that the lockdown would continue till 30 June. But according to the new guidelines, religious places, restaurants, malls, and hotels will open from June 8, but not in the content zone. "In exercise of the powers under Section 6 (2) (i) of the Disaster Management Act, 2005, National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA), it directed to issue an order to extend the lockdown in the regulated areas till June 30. Is. And reopen restricted activities in areas outside the zone in a phased manner, "says Adesh.

The new guidelines look at the phased opening of the country with stress on resuming various economic activities. The first phase of a lockout will start from June 8 and the second phase will start from July.

The reopening of schools and colleges will be decided in July following consultation and suggestions with states, parents, and other stakeholders.

The Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) announced in a tweet that "In the light of the guidelines issued by the government, the metro services will be closed for passengers until further notice."

1 according to the first phase of lockout or unlocking

  1. Religious sites, shopping malls, hotels, restaurants, and other hospitality services will open from 8 June. The Ministry of Health will soon issue SOPs for these activities.
  2. Night curfew times have changed. Now it will be applicable from 9 am to 5 pm
  3. No restriction on interstate movement for persons and cargo. But states can make their own decisions about the transition
  4. Arogya Setu App has become mandatory
  5. Strict enforcement of rules in prevention areas
  6. There will be no relief to gather at weddings and funerals. No permission for large social gatherings
  7. Face mask and social distancing have become mandatory

Phase 2 will be discussed in July when schools, universities, swimming pools, gyms and metro rail can be restarted. For this, the government has asked states and union territories to consult at the institute level. A decision will be taken in Phase 3 to open the dates of the lockdown for the resumption of international air travel of passengers, resuming metro rail, cinema hall, gymnasium, swimming pool, amusement park, etc. and SOP will be made for this. As part of the fourth phase of the 31 March lockdown for the country, with more rest and many activities including train and flight services resumed. Liquor shops also opened during this phase of the lockout. However, there were still restrictions on control areas, religious places and activities between 7 pm and 7 am. The states had shown interest in opening salons and religious places in a meeting with Cabinet Secretary Rajiv Gauba on Thursday. Many states also demanded more graded opening of tourism and hospitality sectors. This was important for the economies of states and union territories such as Puducherry, Kerala, Goa, etc. and some north-eastern states which are heavily dependent on tourism and hospitality.

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