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- Steps towards unlock after 68 days of detention
- Restrictions will end in three stages to bring the country back on track
- From June 1, people will be able to move anywhere near the country
- Nocturnal curfew will be banned from 9 to 5 in the night
- Religious places, hotels, restaurants and shopping malls will open from 8 June
According to the guidelines of the Union Home Ministry in the first phase of Unlock-1, all religious places, hotels, restaurants and shopping malls will be opened from June 8. At the same time, in the second phase, all educational institutions, including schools and colleges, are set to open. However, its date will be decided in July on the basis of first phase feedback from the states. After this, a decision will be taken to start international flights, metro rail, swimming pool, gym, social, cultural, sports, political activities in the third phase.
Under the detailed guidelines of the Union Ministry of Home Affairs, the restrictions in the Containment Zone will remain in force till June 30 as per the detailed guidelines. The district administration will determine the containment zone given the transition situation. Only medical and essential goods and services will be approved in this zone. State and Union Territories may impose certain restrictions as per the situation by fixing the buffer zone outside the Containment Zone. Apart from this, restrictions can be imposed in other areas as per the requirement.
Pass is not necessary to go to another state, this punishment will be given for breaking the rules
This punishment will be done if you break the rules
During the pandemic, the government will take action under the Disaster Management Act-2005 and Section-188 of the IPC. Action will be taken under the circumstances of the disaster management act.
- Imprisonment for one year and fine under Section 51 for obstructing the work of any officer or other government employee
- One year sentence and fine under Section 51 for non-compliance of instructions given by Central or State Government
- Penalty and fine of two years under Section 52 for making any false claim for government relief work
- Penalty and fine of two years under Section 53 for misappropriation of goods or money received under relief operation
- Penalty of one year or fine under Section 54 for spreading false rumors about any kind of disaster or epidemic
- The departmental head will be guilty for an offense committed on behalf of a government department, action under section 55 (1)
- If it is proved that the offense is committed by an officer other than the departmental head, then action under section 55 (2)
- A one-year sentence or fine under section 56 to a government official who is missing from duty during a disaster without permission
- A person imprisoned for one year or fined or both for failing to comply with the order given under section 65
- Criminal action under section 58 for non-compliance of instructions issued by companies under the Act
- In the crime committed under Section-55 and Section-56, the operation of the campaign will be completed under Section-59.
- Under Section 60 of the Act, no court shall take cognizance of the case under certain circumstances.
Restrictions will be removed in this way, know the three steps to unlock
Religious sites, public places of worship, hotels, restaurants and shopping malls will open from June 8. The Ministry of Health will issue guidelines for these.
Educational institutions like schools, colleges, coaching etc. will open after discussion with states and union territories. State Governments and Union Territories will give feedback to the Center after consulting parents and educational institute operators. Based on this, a decision will be taken on opening them in July.
Determination of dates for start of international flights, metro rail, cinema hall, gym, swimming pool, amusement park, theater, bar, auditorium, social, political, sports, entertainment, educational, cultural, religious ceremonies and other major events Will be in the third phase.
These are guidelines, face cover and social distancing mandatory for work sites
- Face covering will be mandatory in public places, places of work and travel.
- In public spaces everyone must follow a distance of two yards (six feet).
- Large public meetings and programs will be banned. Restrictions on more than 50 people attending weddings and more than 20 people attending funerals.
- Spitting in public places will be punishable offense, fine will be imposed.
- There will be ban on drinking alcohol, gutkha and tobacco etc. in public places.
- Work from home as far as possible
- Business hours to be followed in offices, workplaces, shops, markets, industries and commercial establishments
- Arrange for thermal screening of employees, hand washing and hand sanitizer at the entrance
- There should be regular sanitization in workplaces. Keep cleanliness in mind even during shift shift
- Social distancing should be followed. Have sufficient gaps between shifts
- Emphasis should be given to employees to use the healing bridge app