Lockdown 5 Guideline: Religious places, hotels, restaurants and malls to open from June 8, know who will be banned
Lockdown 5 Guideline: The Ministry of Home Affairs has released new guidelines for Lockdown 5. Lockdown in container zones across the country has been extended till June 30. Hospitality services, hotels, malls and will open from 8 June. The Union Home Ministry on Saturday released the ‘Unlock 1’ guideline instead of lockdown. It has nationwide concessions after Lockdown 4, ending on May 31. Restricted areas outside the Containment Zone will be opened in a phased manner after June 1. Religious sites, hotels, restaurants, malls and hospitality services will start from 8 June.
Permission to open a religious place in Lockdown 5.0
According to the new guideline, the temple – mosque – gurudwara – churches will be opened. Schools and colleges can be opened from July.
According to many state, malls should also be opened soon. They will be opened in a phased manner. For this, physical distance and wearing a mask will be necessary. Schools and colleges can be opened in the second phase from July.
Night curfew will continue
The night curfew will continue. There will be no curfew for the essentials. Night curfew will now be from 9 am to 5 am. Till now it was from 7 to 7 in the evening. The government will take a decision later on the opening of school-colleges and educational institutions.
Ban on moving from one state to another
The ban on moving from one state to another has been lifted. State will also be able to move from one district to another, but physical distance will have to be followed. There is no need to take any permission before going somewhere.
Lockdown 5 Guideline: Not judged
Lockdown 5 Guideline: International flights, metro trains, cinema halls, gyms, political gathering etc. will be decided by looking at the situation. The decision to lose schools, colleges, educational institutions, coaching institutes etc. will be taken after consultation with the state governments. Meanwhile, Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan has said that we will extend the lockdown till June 15 to fight the Koreana virus.
Home Minister Amit Shah met Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday after discussions with the Chief Ministers of the states. In this meeting, the Home Minister apprised PM Modi of the views and suggestions of the Chief Ministers.
States want local level exemption
Interestingly, till now PM Modi has interacted with the Chief Ministers of the country through video conferencing before increasing each lockdown. This was the first time Home Minister Amit Shah had personally spoken to the Chief Ministers.
Meanwhile, in a conversation with a news channel, Union Minister Prakash Javadekar said that the lockdown 5.0 would be absolutely ordinary. Restrictions will be imposed in only a few areas. Rest of the public life will be opened. He said that this time will always be like this. People have been largely exempted and now expect a normal life.