Given the large number of deaths due to the second wave of the Corona epidemic in the country, pressure is increasing on Prime Minister Narendra Modi to impose the nationwide lockdown, but government sources say that the central government at the moment supports the implementation of a complete lockdown across the country that I do not have. Government sources say that at present, Corona is under control in more than half of the country’s directorates. In such a situation, the national lockdown would not only be more, but also worsen the problems of the poor. However, countries are imposing lockdowns in the meantime. Limited or complete lockdowns have been imposed in several states of the country. Its effect is also visible. Let us know in which country the lockdown was imposed and what restrictions were imposed there …
The lockdown has been extended in Uttar Pradesh until May 10
The lockdown was extended until May 10 at the UP. Now the lockdown has been extended from Thursday to Monday. During this period, there will be a complete lockdown, but stores of essential goods and services will continue. The lockdown was extended at the end of the first week for a further two days on Thursday. This decision was made on Monday. The first shutdown took place from 10 PM Friday to 7 AM Tuesday.
Lockdown increased by 15 in Chhattisgarh
In Chhattisgarh, the lockdown was extended again until May 15 on Tuesday. It is said to increase the duration of the lockdown and provide some relief and relaxation due to the convenience of the general public. The Raipur and Dorg regions, where the infection is under a certain degree of control, has been granted additional space in both regions. Under the instructions, grocery stores have been authorized to open in Mohal, but the stores will remain open until 5 pm. There will be a full lockdown on Sunday. During this time, all shops except for essential services will be closed.
Bihar is also closed until May 15
Taking into account the ever-increasing cases of Corona, the Bihar government decided to impose a lockdown in Bihar from May 5 to May 15. Prime Minister Nitesh Kumar provided information on this government’s decision on Tuesday through a tweet. During this period, all state government offices, shops, and commercial and private establishments will remain closed. Basic food items, fruits and vegetables, meat, fish, milk and PDS stores will be open from 7am to 11am. Unnecessary traffic will be completely restricted. Only those who travel by rail, aircraft, or other long distances will be able to use public transportation. All schools, colleges, training and training institutions, and educational institutions will remain closed. Restaurants and food stores will remain closed. All kinds of events will be blocked.
Closed until May 19 in Odisha
In Odisha, the lockdown has been imposed until May 19. The lockdown will last for 15 days in Odisha from Wednesday to May 19. Police Commissioner Sumendra Priyadarchi said that the ration shops, fish, meat, milk, etc. will be open from 6 until noon. Grafting work and corona tests will continue. The police will not prevent these people from traveling.
Coronavirus lockdown in Delhi has been extended until May 10. In Delhi, the lockdown was extended by one week last week. The national capital has been in lockdown since April 19 and will continue until May 10.
Curfews and restrictions on the movement of people were imposed with curfews on April 5. The restrictions have since been extended until May 15.
Aside from measures such as the mini lockdown and the weekend lockdown, there are widespread restrictions and the night curfew will remain in effect until May 15th.
Restrictions such as lockdown remain in effect until May 17.
Night curfews continue in 29 cities. Movement and gathering in public places are also prohibited.
The Corona curfew is in effect until May 7, when only basic services are permitted.
It imposed tight restrictions last week, including a ban on all kinds of gatherings.
The night curfew has been implemented from eight in the morning until six in the morning, as the movement of people will be restricted in public places from Wednesday. The night curfew takes effect from April 27 to May 7.
The country imposed wide-ranging restrictions including a ban on all political, social and cultural activities until May 20.
There are strict restrictions like a lockdown from May 4 to May 9.
The lockdown runs from the night of April 27 to May 12.
There is a lockdown from April 22nd to May 6th.
The four-day lockdown ended on Monday, but it will continue in tourist destinations such as Calangute and Candolim in North Goa. The restrictions on Kovid-19 will continue until May 10, with various businesses remaining closed while political and social programs will be banned.
A partial two-week curfew was announced beginning May 6, from 12 noon until 6 a.m. The state had previously imposed a night curfew.
The night curfew continues until May 8.
The lockdown has been extended until May 10.
A partial lockdown was imposed with strict regulations from April 30th to May 14th.
Close for eight days starting May 3 in Isol and other district headquarters.
Jammu and Kashmir
The administration has extended the lockdown in Srinagar, Baramulla, Bodjam, and Jammu districts until May 6. Night curfews continue within local / urban body limits for all 20 counties.
Himachal may face closure on Delhi Lines
Himachal Pradesh is likely to face a lockdown on Delhi, Haryana and Punjab lines after the government seals on Wednesday. Much-needed work will continue in the Ministry of Health and the State Secretariat. This time, production will not be suspended in the entire industrial area. Companies involved in hydroelectric projects, road construction under construction work will continue to follow the established rules. People will only be able to leave their homes to receive hospital treatment.
Uttarakhand will also face lockdown
The Uttarakhand government may also consider the option to close. This may be a major issue in Prime Minister Tirat Singh Rawat’s informal meeting with ministers on Wednesday.