Covid-19: Which states are extending the lockdown and which are smoothing the curbs | India News
A man sleeps outside a closed shop during the Covid-induced lockdown in New Delhi’s Khari Baoli market. The capital has eased restrictions on some companies, but the lockdown remains until June 7. (Credit: PTI)
NEW DELHI: Across India, Union states and territories have extended the Covid-induced lockdown from one week to two weeks. Meanwhile, there are some states that have begun to ease restrictions imposed to stop the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Haryana, Odisha, Telangana, Sikkim, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Maharashtra and Goa are some of the states that have extended the blockade, there are other states in Uttar Pradesh, Jammu and Kashmir, Delhi, Madhya Pradesh and Himachal Pradesh that have begun to ease The restrictions.
Here’s a look at state / UT lock extensions / relaxations:
STATES / UT WHERE THE RESTRICTIONS HAVE ALLIED
The capital will begin the unlocking process from May 31 with some easing of restrictions, but other lockdown restrictions will continue until June 7. The government has allowed manufacturing and construction companies to resume work under strict Covid guidelines.
The state government has eased restrictions except in 20 districts, including Lucknow, since June 1. Night curfew and weekend closure to stay in the state. Stores and markets outside of the containment zones will be able to open from June 1, 7 a.m. M. A 7 p. M., But the weekend closure will be maintained, as well as the night curfew of 7 pm. M. A 7 a. M. Districts where curbs have not been relieved include Meerut, Lucknow, Varanasi, Ghaziabad, Gorakhpur, Muzaffarnagar, Bareilly, and Gautam Buddh Nagar.
The state government has announced separate unlock guidelines for districts. The weekend closure will continue after May 31.
The government has extended coronavirus restrictions until June 7 with some relaxation.
Jammu and Kashmir
The administration has relaxed the restrictions, but the night curfew and weekend closure are maintained. Public transportation and shopping centers will not work in the red zone. Hair salons, beauty salons, salons, and liquor stores may open three days a week, except Saturday and Sunday. Curfew on Corona night in all 20 districts from 8 pm to 7 am and curfew on weekends from 8 pm on Friday to 7 am.
The state government has extended the blockade until June 7 with some easing of the restrictions. Stores can now stay open from 9am to 6pm. M. At 3 p. M. According to the odd-pair system. Shopping centers will now be able to open from 10 a.m. M. At 6 p. M., Subject to certain conditions, including a visitor limit based on the size of the facilities. Colleges, industrial training institutes and schools will be closed until June 15.
The state government has imposed the blockade until June 8. Some additional concessions will be made for business activities, details of which will be released later on May 31.
The state government has extended the blockade until June 15. However, relaxations have been done depending on infections in a district and the availability of oxygen beds. Districts with a positivity rate of less than 10 percent where less than 40 percent of the oxygen beds are occupied, all establishments can remain open from 7 am to 2 pm. Districts with a positivity rate greater than 20 percent where more than 75 percent of the oxygen beds are occupied, the borders will be closed.
STATES / UT WHERE THE BLOCKADE HAS EXTENDED
The state government has extended the current Covid-19 restrictions until June 15. The government has allowed the jute industry to work with a 40 percent workforce instead of the previous 30 percent. Essential services will continue to operate under strict protocols.
The state government has extended the blockade until June 8. The state may allow some relaxations in business activities from June 1 in districts where the Covid-19 situation improves significantly.
The state government has announced an extension of the blockade until June 7. The government is contemplating gradually unlocking it by easing restrictions as long as Covid-19 infections in Bengaluru are reduced to less than 1,000 per day. However, a final decision has yet to be made.
The state government has extended coronavirus restrictions until June 10. While the limit on the number of passengers in personal vehicles is being removed, the limit on commercial passenger vehicles and taxis will remain in effect. Elective surgeries and OPD operations in hospitals have also resumed.
The state government has extended the shutdown until June 7. Supply stores and delivery services will be allowed between 7 am and 6 pm.
The state government extended the night curfew in 36 cities of the state until June 4. Educational institutions, auditoriums, theaters, malls, community rooms, water parks, spas, gyms, gardens and swimming pools will remain closed in the cities.
The state government has imposed the complete lockdown on Anjaw, Dibang Valley, Lower Subansiri, Lohit and Tawang districts and the capital complex region until June 7.
The state government has extended the blockade until June 17 with relaxations in three districts of Nuapada, Gajapati and Sundergarh, where the curfew has been reduced between 7 am and 1 pm for some companies to operate.
The state government has imposed a curfew in seven districts of Imphal West, Imphal East, Bishnupur, Ukhrul, Thoubal, Kakching and Churachandpur until June 11.
The state government has imposed the blockade until June 3.
The administration has extended the full shutdown until June 7. Night curfew imposed on all islands from 5 pm to 6 am.
The administration has imposed nighttime and weekend curfew restrictions through May 31.
The state government has asked authorities in all 28 districts to extend the COVID-19 shutdown until May 31.
The state government has extended the blockade until June 9 with some concessions.
The state government has imposed the blockade until June 7.
The state government has extended the blockade until June 9. The lockdown will be strictly enforced from 2pm to 6am.
The state government has imposed a curfew until June 10.
The state government has imposed a curfew until June 7.
The state government has extended the blockade until June 11.
The state government has extended the blockade, which was imposed in Aizawl and other district headquarters, until June 6.
The government has extended the blockade in the hardest hit East Khasi Hills district until June 7.
The government has extended the crown curfew in the areas of the Agartala Municipal Corporation (AMC) and all urban local bodies (ULB) until June 5.
The state government has extended the blockade until June 7.
The state government has imposed a strict Covid curfew until June 1.
(With inputs from agencies)