LOCKDOWN 5.0 IN INDIA:States announce guidelines

LOCKDOWN 5.0 IN INDIA:States announce guidelines
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After Lockdown 2.0, it was seen that the Government of India has taken many steps to decided to growth of Indian economy.Then it was seen that the government has opened the lockdown between the 2.0 and 3.0 some rules and regulations.Now a day after the government announced 4.0 the extension of nationwide coronavirus-induced lockdown, several states released new guidelines, including opening up of public transport, markets and other public places.

After making so many rules, the number of corona patients in the country is increasing and he has not been able to make any kind of medicine till today.It is rumored that drugs of are being developed for corona disease but it is not still available.So the government at the end of every month has increased by the lockdown for 15 days.It seems that the government will increase lockdown this time as well.And has the potential to come to 5.0.Looking at 5.0, it looks like there will be 4.0 rolls and regulations, maybe the government will be tougher.Its may be start at 31 may 2020.

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Assam Lockdown 4.0 Guidelines:

What’s allowed
-All industries and their supply chain are allowed to operate without the need for any specific order. All personnel working there in shifts are allowed to commute to work as per shift timings; 
-Tea industries and workers engaged therein are allowed to operate at all times. 
-All warehouses are allowed to operate at all times and personnel required for their operation are allowed to operate all times; 
-All activities related to PDS operations; FCI warehouses, Railways, LPG and petroleum delivery services and workers and staff engaged therein are allowed to operate at all times; E-Commerce for all commodities is allowed. Delivery of goods will be allowed till 7 PM. However, back end activities, including ware house, are allowed at all hours. 
-All automobile dealerships and outlets are allowed to operate between 7 AM and 7 PM; Supply chain related to essential food items like milk, fish and other perishables including workers engaged therein are allowed to operate at all times; 
-All essential services including conservancy services by municipal bodies and other Government agencies are allowed at all times; 
-Private offices located at the same building as that of a mall are allowed to operate but shops in the same building will not be allowed to open; 
-Private Medical Clinics and OPDs including veterinary OPDs shall be allowed to open. 
-All shops shall be allowed to operate till 6 PM. Shops in market complexes will remain open. However, malls will remain closed.
-Auto Rickshaws, cycle rickshaws and taxis shall operate with one driver and two passengers maintaining social distancing. 
-Private four wheelers are allowed with a driver and two others for two wheelers, pillion riding is allowed either with one female or one child up to the age of 12 years. 
AII construction works shall be allowed between 7AM and 6 PM. However, all construction activities relating to highway construction, flood control works are allowed at all times; 
-Bank employees are allowed to move beyond 7 PM depending on necessity; 
Large stand-alone shops are allowed to operate with a limited number of entrants; 
Media persons and persons engaged in printing newspapers and persons engaged in newspaper distribution are allowed to operate at all times 
-City buses, intra-district and inter-district buses shall operate with 50% capacity. Only 50% of the total number of buses shall be allowed to operate and only under the authority of ASTC. All vehicles which are allowed to ply are not permitted to stop in the Containment and Buffer Zones. 
-Government offices shall function normally but with staggered work hours for employees; 
-AII tea shops, restaurants, ice-cream parlours, cooked food outlets are allowed to operate on take away or home delivery basis only till 7 PM including grocery by grocery shops. 
-Barber shops, salons and parlours shall continue to remain closed. however, home visits would be allowed after following hygiene and sanitization norms 
-Haats and bazaars including weekly markets shall remain closed throughout the state. 
-Livestock carrying trucks shall be allowed to enter the State except those carrying pigs 
Sports activities without person to person contact and spectators shall be allowed. 
 Movement of goods carriers, both laden and empty shall be allowed except in Containment Zones.

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Assam Lockdown 4.0 Guidelines:

What’s not allowed
-Female employees, both private and public, with children below 5 years of age are not to attend office till 31st May, 2020 when this will be reviewed.
-Persons above 65 years of age, persons with co morbidities, pregnant women and children below the age of ten years shall stay at home except for essential and health purposes;
-All passenger movement by trains, except for security purposes or for purposes as permitted by MHA or Assam Government;
-Inter-State Buses for public transport and private vehicles, except as permitted by State Government;
-All schools, colleges, educational/training/coaching institutions, etc, shall remain closed. 
-Hotel Restaurants and other hospitality services other than those used for housing health/police/Government officials/healthcare workers, stranded persons including tourists and those used for quarantine facilities shall remain closed.
-All cinema halls, shopping malls, gymnasiums, swimming pools, entertainment parks, theatres, bars and auditoriums, assembly of halls and similar places shall remain closed.
-All social / political/ entertainment/ academic/ cultural/ religious functions/ other gatherings are not allowed. However, not more than 50 persons for marriages and not more than 20 persons for funerals/ last rites, may be allowed maintaining social distancing.
-All religious places/ places of worship shall be closed to the public. Religious congregations are strictly prohibited. 
-Consumption of liquor, paan, gutkha, tobacco, etc, in public places is strictly not allowed.
-Spitting in public and workplaces will be punishable with fine.
Shops will ensure minimum six feet distance among customers and shall not allow more than 5 persons at the shop.
-Maintaining social distancing and arrangement for thermal scanning, hand sanitization shall be the responsibility of the Head of the Organization both public and private. 
-The Government of Assam, based on the assessment of the situation, may prohibit certain other activities in various zones or impose such restrictions as deemed necessary. 
DELHI
Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal on Monday announced a detailed guidelines for fourth phase of shutdown in the national capital.He said that the people will have to live with Covid-19. “When corona came in India, we did not have anything – testing kits, quarantine centres.
-Private offices can open at full strength but they should tr .
-Markets can open but shops will open on an odd-even basis.
-Sports complexes and stadiums can open but without spect .
-Barbershops, spas and saloons to remain closed for now.
-Stepping out of homes between 7 pm to 7 am, except for essen.
Gujarat

Paan and tea shops allowed to function during the fourth phase of the COVID-19 lockdown. The shop owners have to ensure that customers maintain. a minimum 6 feet distance from each other and that not more than 5 people are present at one time at the shop.

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