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What’s allowed, What’s not in Lockdown 3.0: All you need to know

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What's allowed, What's not in Lockdown 3.0: All you need to know

Lockdown 3.0: The Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA), there will be considerable relaxations across the country except for the hotspots or containment zones.

The Centre has divided the country into three zones and the relaxations have been made according to the severity of coronavirus in the areas.

The Union Health Ministry had divided the country into Red, Orange and Green Zones. These three different zones will witness relaxations to different degrees and these will continue till May 17.

What’s allowed, What’s not Check Details:

Air, rail and road travel will be allowed only for special purposed and with permission from the Ministry of Home Affairs.

Schools, colleges, and other educational, training and coaching institutions will continue to remain prohibited from functioning, across the country.

Hospitality services, including hotels and restaurants, will also not be allowed to reopen across the country.

Large-scale public gatherings such as cinema halls, malls, gymnasiums, sports complexes etc will continue to remain shut.

The government has also banned all social, political, cultural and other kinds of gatherings.

The MHA has banned movement of individuals for all non-essential activities in all three zones from 7 pm till 7 pm. These movements will be allowed from 7 am till 7 pm.

Amazon and Flipkart has been allowed in the Green and Orange Zones in the country. Barber shops, spas and salons will be allowed to reopen from today in Green and Orange Zones.

The government has prohibited people above the age of 65 years, those with underlying health conditions, pregnant women, and children below 10 years from venturing out.

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In Red Zones, additional activities are prohibited: plying of cycle rickshaws and auto-rickshaws, taxis and cab-aggregators; intra-district and inter-district buses; barber shops, spas and saloons. Movement of individuals and vehicles for permitted activities with a maximum of 2 persons (besides the driver) in four-wheelers, no pillion rider on two-wheelers.

Buses can operate with upto 50 per cent seating capacity and depots too at 50 per cent.

In Green zones, all activities are permitted except the ones prohibited throughout the country, irrespective of the zone.

Inter-district movement of people and vehicles for permitted activities, 4 wheelers with 2 passengers besides driver, pillion riding on 2 wheelers are allowed.

In Orange zones, and taxi and cab aggregators (driver with 2 passengers only) have been allowed.

Private offices can operate in red zones with up to 33 per cent strength with the remaining staff working from home.

Via: India Today

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