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Today Ministry of Home Affairs has issued new guidelines for Unlock 2.0 that will come into effect from 1st July 2020 till 31st July 2020. The government have consulted with states and union territories and based on the feedback received from states and union territories have issued the guidelines for Unlock 2.0. However, it should be noted that there will be no relaxation in the containment zones. All the containment areas will have to follow strict lockdown. So through this article, we are going to give you all the important information regarding Unlock 2.0.
Unlock 2.0 Guidelines
What is closed under unlock 2.0
- Theatres, bars, auditoriums, assembly halls, entertainment park, swimming pool, gyms, cinema halls and similar places will remain closed under unlock 2.0
- School, colleges, coaching institutions will be closed under unlock 2.0
- Metro rail service will also be closed unlock 2.0
- Religious, cultural, academic, political, social functions or any other function of large congregation will not be allowed under unlock 2.0
- In unlock 1.0 the night curfew was from 9 p.m. to 5 a.m. This time under unlock 2.0 relaxation has been given by government. Now the night curfew will be from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m.
Prime Minister addresses nation
- Today on 30th June 2020 the honourable Prime Minister Narendra Modi is going to address the nation at 4:00 p.m. This will be his 6th address to nation since the outbreak of coronavirus.
Restrictions by State
- The government have allowed States to put more restrictions outside containment zones under unlock 2.0 according to the need of the situation but no state is allowed to seal their borders. The movement of people and goods are allowed be it inter-state or intra-state.
Flights and trains
- The movement of passengers in domestic flights and trains have been allowed previously but as far as international flights are concerned only the flights of vande Bharat mission will be allowed for the movement of passengers under unlock 2.0.
- All the training institutes of Central and state government are allowed to operate under unlock 2.0 from 15 July 2020 by following all the the safety guidelines issued by Ministry of Home affairs
- Under unlock 1.0 the government had allowed only 5 customers at a time in a shop. Under unlock 2.0 the government have allowed more than 5 customers in a shop depending upon the space availability. All the customer are required to follow the social distancing norms.
Some important directives
- Every person is required to follow the social distancing norms and exercise face-covering in public places. People are motivated to install aarogya Setu app in their mobile phones in order to contain coronavirus.
UnLock 1.0 Guidelines
Opening of areas outside the containment zone
Almost all the activities in the containment zone will be opened in phases as decided by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare:
Phase 1: From 8 June
- From 8th June religious places/places of worship will be open for public
- Hotels, restaurants and other hospitality Services will be opened
- Shopping malls will be opened
Phase 2: From July
- In the month of July 2020 after consultation with parents and stakeholders school, colleges, educational / training/coaching institutions will be opened
Phase 3: Will be decided after accessing the situation
- International air travel of passengers, metro train, cinema halls, gymnasium, entertainment pass, theatres and auditoriums, assembly halls and similar places will be open
- Social / political / sports / entertainment / academic / cultural / religious function and other congregations will be opened
- Night curfew will continue to be followed from 9 p.m. to 5:00 a.m. throughout the country except for essential activities
Lockdown 5.0 in containment zones
- In containment zones, there will be no relaxation and the lockdown will continue till 30th June 2020
- Only the essential activities will be allowed in the containment zones like medical emergencies maintaining a supply of essential goods and services etc
- States and union territories will recognise buffer zones which are outside the containment zone. Buffer zones are those zones where cases are likely to occur. In buffer zones also there will be restrictions.
Unrestricted movement of persons and goods In Lockdown 5.0
- The interstate and intrastate movement of persons and goods will not be restricted
- There will be no requirement of separate permission or any kind of permits for movement
- There will be no restriction on the movement of any kind of goods to other countries
Protection of Vulnerable persons
- Persons whose age is above 65 years, children below 10 years and pregnant women are advised to stay at home except for some essential or health emergency
Use Arogya Setu app
- The employers are advised to use their best efforts to ensure that Arogya Setu app is installed by all employees having compatible mobile phones
Directive for COVID-19 management
- Every citizen of the country should exercise face-covering in public places
- Every citizen of the country is advised to maintain a minimum distance of 6 feet
- The public gatherings are limited to 50 guests in case of marriages and 20 in case of funeral
- Spitting in public places will be punishable offence with the fine
- Consumption of liquor, gutka, tobacco etc in public places is prohibited
- Work from home should be practised as far as possible
- Every employee should be screened on a daily basis
- Hand washing hand sanitizers will be made at all entry and exit point and common areas
- Staggering of work hours will be followed in offices, workplaces, shops, markets and industrial and commercial establishment
- The entire workplace should be sanitized frequently especially all those points which come in to human contact frequently like door handles