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May 31, 2020 | RK News

Containment zones to remain in lockdown till June 30

• Worship places, hospitality services, malls to open from June 8
• No restriction on inter-state, intra-state movement of people, goods; no separate permission required for such travels
• Night curfew timing from 9 pm to 5 am

 The lockdown in containment zones across India has been extended till June 30, while hospitality services, hotels and shopping malls will be allowed to open from June 8, the Union home ministry said on Saturday.
Termed 'Unlock 1', the Government of India (GoI) on Saturday issued fresh guidelines relaxing the nationwide lockdown, the fourth phase of which ends on May 31.
In the new directives, the Union home ministry said re-opening of prohibited activities in areas outside containment zones will be done in a phased manner from June 1.
It said the lockdown, the fourth phase of which ends on Sunday, will remain in force in containment zones till June 30. Religious places of worship for public, hotels, restaurants, shopping malls and other hospitality services will be opened from June 8, the guidelines stated.
The decision to restart international air travel, metro trains, cinema halls, gyms, political gatherings will be done after assessing the situation, it said.
Schools, colleges, educational, training, coaching institutions will be opened after consultations with states and Union Territories, the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) guildelines said.
It added that states and UTs can hold consultations with parents and other stakeholders on reopening of academic institutions from July.
The fresh guidelines also revised the night curfew timing stating movement of individuals will now be prohibited between 9 pm and 5 am across the country.
"Movement of individuals shall remain strictly prohibited between 9 pm and 5 am throughout the country, except for essential activities," the Home Ministry said.
"Local authorities shall issue orders in the entire area of their jurisdiction, under appropriate provisions of law, such as under Section 144 of CrPC, and ensure strict compliance," the Home Ministry said. PTI

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May 31, 2020 | RK News

Containment zones to remain in lockdown till June 30

• Worship places, hospitality services, malls to open from June 8
• No restriction on inter-state, intra-state movement of people, goods; no separate permission required for such travels
• Night curfew timing from 9 pm to 5 am

              

 The lockdown in containment zones across India has been extended till June 30, while hospitality services, hotels and shopping malls will be allowed to open from June 8, the Union home ministry said on Saturday.
Termed 'Unlock 1', the Government of India (GoI) on Saturday issued fresh guidelines relaxing the nationwide lockdown, the fourth phase of which ends on May 31.
In the new directives, the Union home ministry said re-opening of prohibited activities in areas outside containment zones will be done in a phased manner from June 1.
It said the lockdown, the fourth phase of which ends on Sunday, will remain in force in containment zones till June 30. Religious places of worship for public, hotels, restaurants, shopping malls and other hospitality services will be opened from June 8, the guidelines stated.
The decision to restart international air travel, metro trains, cinema halls, gyms, political gatherings will be done after assessing the situation, it said.
Schools, colleges, educational, training, coaching institutions will be opened after consultations with states and Union Territories, the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) guildelines said.
It added that states and UTs can hold consultations with parents and other stakeholders on reopening of academic institutions from July.
The fresh guidelines also revised the night curfew timing stating movement of individuals will now be prohibited between 9 pm and 5 am across the country.
"Movement of individuals shall remain strictly prohibited between 9 pm and 5 am throughout the country, except for essential activities," the Home Ministry said.
"Local authorities shall issue orders in the entire area of their jurisdiction, under appropriate provisions of law, such as under Section 144 of CrPC, and ensure strict compliance," the Home Ministry said. PTI

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