Lockdown 5.0 is not truly a lockdown: Malls, Restaurants, Places Of Worship Can Open Starting June 8

Unlock 1.0 Begins On June 1

Lockdown 5.0 is not truly a lockdown: The central government has issued guidelines for lockdown five i.e., from June 1 to June 30. It is being called unlock one instead of lockdown 5.

Under this, new guidelines have been issued to open all activities in a phased manner. However, all events will be banned entirely from 9 am to 5 am.  These activities will be opened outside the Containment Zone.

Lockdown 5.0 is not truly a lockdown
Lockdown 5.0 is not truly a lockdown

In the first phase, permission will be given to open dharmasthals, hotels, restaurants, and shopping malls from June 8 onwards. For this, the government will issue separate guidelines.

In the second phase, schools, colleges, and teaching-training institutions will be allowed to open in July after consultation with the governments of the state and union territories.

In the third phase, the dates of the opening of international air travel, metro services, cinema halls, gyms, swimming pools, amusement parks, etc. will be announced after an analysis of the conditions.

Lockdown 5.0 is not truly a lockdown

Lockdown 5.0 is not truly a lockdown
Lockdown 5.0 is not truly a lockdown

District administrations will determine the Containment Zone keeping in mind the Central Government guidelines. Only essential services will be allowed to run in the Containment Zone.

State governments and union territories will be able to determine the buffer zone outside the container zone. At the same time, there will be no restriction on the movement of people within states and between the two countries. No e-pass will be required.

However, if any province or district administration wants to stop people’s movement, then it can be done after full publicity of the order.  Information will also be given to people related to the process.

Lockdown 5.0 is not truly a lockdown
Lockdown 5.0 is not truly a lockdown

Like the lockdown from June 1 to June 30, more than fifty people will not be allowed to go to weddings.  During this period, as far as possible, employees have been asked to work from home.

It will be mandatory to apply face masks in public places, during traffic, and at the workplace. People have to maintain a distance of two yards from each other.

Shopkeepers have to take care of the distance between customers, and no more than five customers will be allowed inside the shop at a time.

Spitting in public places can lead to fines and punishment. Also, the consumption of paan, gutkha, liquor, etc. will be banned in public places.  At the same time, there will be a complete lockdown in the container zone until June 30.

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