Unlock-2 guidelines, what will open and what will remain closed, read news to know

Unlock-2 guidelines, what will open and what will remain closed, read news to know

New Delhi: The government issued guidelines for Unlock-2 and said that educational institutions, metro rail services, cinemas and gyms will remain closed. The guidelines said that domestic and international passenger flights (under the Vande Bharat Mission), which are currently in limited form, will be expanded in a phased manner. The Home Ministry said that the new guidelines will be effective from July 1 and the process of resuming activities has been extended in a phased manner. In order to relax the applicable lockdown due to Corona virus infection, earlier some were relaxed under 'Unlock-1' and now the government has announced 'Unlock-2'.

The Union Home Ministry has issued comprehensive guidelines under 'Unlock-2' which will come into effect from July 1 after completion of 'Unlock-1' on 30 June. According to the new guidelines signed by Union Home Ministry Secretary Ajay Bhalla, the guidelines issued today are based on the feedback received from states and union territories and in-depth consultations with the concerned Union ministers and departments. Nightly curfew will continue from 10 am to 5 am, barring necessary activities. The new guidelines said that metro rail, theaters, gyms, swimming pools, amusement parks, theaters, bars, auditoriums, assembly halls and other such venues will also remain closed. Similarly, social, political, sports, entertainment, education, cultural, religious programs and other major programs will not be approved yet. 

The Home Ministry said that the date of opening them will be decided separately after the assessment of the situation. It said, "Strict implementation of lockdown will continue till 31 July in prohibited areas. With a view to stop the spread of Kovid-19, states, union territories need to carefully identify these areas after considering the guidelines issued by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. "The guidelines stated That only necessary activities within prohibited areas would be permitted. The night curfew has been further relaxed by those working in various shifts in industrial units, movement of people and goods on national and state highways, unloading, loading, buses, After landing by trains and planes, people will be relieved towards their destinations. The stores can hold more than five people at once depending on their area. However they have to keep proper physical distance.

Training institutes of the central and state governments will be allowed to operate from 15 July. In this regard, the Ministry of Personnel and Training of the Central Government will issue a standard operating procedure. The Ministry of Home Affairs said that after intensive consultations with the States and Union Territories, it has been decided that the school, Colleges and coaching institutes will remain closed till 31 July. States and union territories may prohibit certain activities outside of prohibited areas based on an assessment of the situation or may impose such restrictions if necessary. There will be no restriction on movement of people and goods from one state to another and no separate permission or e-pass will be required. National guidelines for Kovid-19 management will continue throughout the country. Customers must keep sufficient physical distance from each other in stores. The Ministry of Home Affairs will oversee the effective implementation of national directives. Apart from this, people above 65 years of age, people suffering from any diseases, pregnant women, children below 10 years have been advised to stay indoors except for very important work and health purposes. The Ministry of Home Affairs said that the Arogya Setu App will be promoted. It is recommended to stay in homes. The Ministry of Home Affairs said that the Arogya Setu App will be promoted. It is recommended to stay in homes. The Ministry of Home Affairs said that the Arogya Setu App will be promoted.

The movement of passengers and labor special trains, movement of Indian citizens stranded outside the country, foreign travel of specific people, evacuation of foreign nationals, maritime purpose work will continue as per SOP. The number of guests at a wedding will not exceed 50. At the same time, no more than 20 people should attend the funeral program. Spitting in public places will be punishable. The Ministry of Home Affairs said that consumption of alcohol, gutkha, paan and tobacco in public places will be prohibited. It said that employees should be allowed to work from home as far as possible.