Lockdown 5.0 rules: On May 31st, the fourth extension of the lockdown that started on March 25th ends. The center has already started preparing the upcoming roadmap for further expansion. This will actually be the final exit plan for the country, the number of which has increased significantly since the blockade was introduced. Read also – World Menstrual Hygiene Day 2020: Importance of the topic “Periods during pandemics”
As before any extension of the ban, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will likely speak to the nation before June 1. Since May 31st is also the last Sunday of the month, PM Modi’s monthly radio program Mann ki Baat is also planned. There is speculation that PM Modi could address the lockdown extension to the Hi-Man Ki Baat program. However, there is no confirmation as Mann ki Baat’s topic is not generally announced in advance. Read also – Coronavirus: The total number reaches 1.58 lakh, while India is preparing for a staggered opening from next week
Here are the likely guidelines for Lockdown 5.0. Also read: “COVID does not stop periods”. Akshay Kumar urges everyone to donate sanitary napkins to disadvantaged women
1. The states decide which activities are permitted and which are not, depending on the ground position.
2. The security zones remain unchanged – all activities remain blocked.
3. The center will compile a list of activities that remain prohibited across the country regardless of the number of cases.
4. The opening of schools will be one of them. As of June 15th, schools are not yet allowed to open.
5. Shopping centers can nod, but the decision is up to the local authorities. Shopping center opening was blocked during Block 4.0, but Lucknow will continue to open shopping centers.
6. Railways and domestic flights are already in operation. The Delhi Metro is expected to receive approval to resume operations in stages from June 1.
7. Delhi, Mumbai, Bengaluru, Pune, Thane, Indore, Chennai, Ahmedabad, Jaipur, Surat and Kolkata – these cities remain the ficus of Lockdown 5.0.
8. No religious assembly will be allowed, but the Center is considering whether the decision to reopen religious places could be left to the States. The government of Karnataka has written to the Prime Minister to reopen all religious sites from June 1.
9. It is discussed whether the reopening of the restaurants can also be left to the state governments.
10. No international flights are permitted during suspension 5.0
The death toll from COVID-19 rose to 4,337 and the total number of cases in the country rose to 1,51,767, an increase of 170 deaths and 6,387 cases in the last 24 hours, the Union Department of Health said on Wednesday .
The number of active coronavirus cases is 83,004, while 64,425 people have recovered and one patient has migrated.