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Wednesday 15 April 2020

Corona Unlock-2 Guideline Declared

Corona Unlock-2 Guideline Declared

केंद्रीय गृह मंत्रालय ने अनलॉक-2 की गाइडलाइंस जारी कर दी है. कोरोना वायरस के कंटेनमेंट जोन से बाहर के इलाकों में कई गतिविधियों में छूट होगी, जबकि कंटेनमेंट जोन में लॉकडाउन को सख्त बनाने का प्रावधान है.

अनलॉक-1 की अवधि 30 जून को समाप्त हो रही है. इसी के साथ अनलॉक-2 का ऐलान किया गया है जिसमें कई गतिविधियों में छूट होगी लेकिन पाबंदियों के साथ. कंटेनमेंट जोन में सख्ती रहेगी जबकि कंटेनमेंट जोन से बाहर के इलाकों में छूट दी जाएगी. नई गाइडलाइंस 1 जुलाई से प्रभावी होंगी.

चरणबद्ध तरीके से गतिविधयों को शुरू करने काम अनलॉक-1 में ही कर दिया गया था. अनलॉक-2 में भी इसे आगे बढ़ाया जाएगा. अनलॉक-2 की गाइडलाइंस अलग-अलग क्षेत्रों के लोगों से परामर्श लेने के बाद जारी की गई हैं. इसमें राज्य, संघ शासित प्रदेश और केंद्र मंत्रालय व उसके विभाग भी शामिल हैं.

Gujarat Unlock 2 Guideline Decalred

The Narendra Modi government has made an important announcement to end the lockdown and the second phase of unlock has started across the country since Monday. While the central government has issued special guidelines for this, the Gujarat government has also announced some major concessions in the state during Unlock-2.

Chief Minister Vijay Rupani has decided to allow shops in Gujarat to continue operating from July 1 and Wednesday till 8 pm under Unlock 2. Apart from this, the Chief Minister has decided that hotels and restaurants can also be kept open till 9 pm. The Chief Minister also said that the curfew would be enforced across the state from 10 pm to 5 am as per the guidelines of the Government of India. Following the new guidelines issued by the Central Government under Unlock 2 from July 1, the Chief Minister has made these two important for shops and hotel restaurants in Gujarat.

In addition, a shop is allowed to stand more than five people, but the rules, including wearing a mask, must be followed. In addition, schools and colleges will be closed till July 31.

Unlock 2 is being launched in the state from July 1. Following which, Chief Minister Vijay Rupani has decided to allow shops in Gujarat to continue operating from tomorrow, i.e. July 1, till 8 pm. Hotels and restaurants will also be open until 9 p.m. The Chief Minister said that as per the guidelines of the Government of India, the curfew will have to be enforced across the state from 10 pm to 5 am. The Central Government has issued new guidelines under Unlock 2 from July 1.

Earlier, Unlock 1 allowed businesses and restaurants to remain open until 7 p.m. When curfew was imposed from 9 pm to 5 am. Thus shop owners are now given one hour more relief and restaurant owners two hours more. A 1-hour curfew has also been announced.

The school-college will remain closed till July 31 as per the guidelines announced by the central government. International flights will also be banned. However, international flights that have been approved by the Home Ministry will be allowed to fly. The ban on crowds at metro services, cinema halls, swimming pools, theaters, bars, social and religious events will remain in place.

Unlock 1 was announced by the central government to give economic impetus to the country after the country went through a four-phase lockdown over the corona virus crisis. Unlock-1 was implemented across the country from June 1. Then tomorrow is the last day of Unlock 1. The Unlock 2 guideline can then be released by the Central Government.

Unlock 2 retains most of Unlock 1's controls. A curfew was imposed in Unlock 1 by the government from 9 pm to 5 am. While in Unlock 2, curfew has been kept from 10 pm to 5 am. Schools and colleges may be closed on July 31. In addition, cinema halls, theaters, gyms will also be closed.

The Union Home Ministry has announced guidelines for Unlock 2.0 and said it has decided to open up more activities outside the containment zones, while maintaining that there shall remain strict enforcement of lockdown in the containment zones.

The new guidelines issued today for Unlock 2.0 will come into effect from July 1. The government said with this, the process of phased re-opening of activities in the country has been further extended.


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