Unlock 5: MHA gives guidelines until 30 November; States to decide on schools

Unlock 5: MHA gives guidelines until 30 November; States to decide on schools

New Delhi: The Union Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) issued an order on Tuesday extending the guidelines for ‘re-opening’ the country till November 30 last month.

The MHA extended earlier guidelines to take into account ongoing coronavirus viruses.

“There will be no restriction on inter-state and inter-state movement of persons and goods. Separate permission / approval / e-permit will not be required for such movements,” the guidelines read.

However, the lockdown will be strictly enforced by November 30, 2020.

In addition, governments of states and union territories may not impose any local lockout outside any area without consultation with the Center.

As per the guidelines, national instructions for Kovid-19 management will be followed throughout the country, so as to implement Kovid-19 proper practice.

In addition, states and union territories have been allowed to reopen metro rail, shopping malls, hotels, restaurants and hospitality services, religious sites, yoga and training institutions, gymnasiums, theaters, and amusement parks, etc.

According to the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MoHFW), India’s total cases rose to 79,46,429, with 36,469 new Kovid-19 cases as of Tuesday.

According to the ministry, the toll rose to 1,19,502, with 488 new deaths.

The total active coronavirus cases are 6,25,857 after a decrease of 27,860 in the last 24 hours. The total cured cases are 72,01,070 with 63,842 new discharges in the last 24 hours.


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