Unlock2.0: Here’s what will remain open and what won’t

The unlocking process has been started in the country after a long lockdown. Professional sectors locked in lockdown are slowly being opened under unlock.

Unlock2.0: Here’s what will remain open and what won’t

New Delhi: The unlocking process has been started in the country after a long lockdown. Professional sectors locked in lockdown are slowly being opened under unlock. With unlock2.0 beginning today after the end of unlock-1. For this, guidelines have been issued by the government of India. This phase will be from July 1 to July 31.

Less relaxations as corona cases are increasing:

There was a lot of activity in Unlock 1, after which it has now been extended to Unlock2.0. However, given the growing case of Corona, Unlock 2.0 has not been given much relaxations.

Record single-day jump of 507 COVID-19 fatalities pushes India’s death toll to 17,400; cases climb to 5,85,493: Govt officials

ALSO READ: 2014 Adelaide Test: Virat Kohli Recalls Learnings from 1st Test Match

Here is the Guideline issued by Govt:

Changes in Night Curfew, from night 10 to morning 9. No movement will be allowed in this period. Before this timing was from 9pm to 5am.

As the number of corona cases increasing their will be restriction in every sector. Govt will also increase the number of trains and flights for passengers.

No college campus will be open:

By following the social distancing and taking precautions, people can gather at shop. In unlock1 only five people were allowed at a time.

Training centre of Central Govt and State govt will reopen from 15th July.

Till 31th July schools and colleges will be closed. State govts are discussing to take further steps for proper study.

ALSO READ: Microsoft to open new Campus in Uttar Pradesh’s Noida

Metro services will not be resumed for now.

Cinema halls, gym, swimming pool, auditorium, bars, theaters and public halls will be closed.

ALSO READ: Exams 2020: UP Universities Exams Decision On July 2

Stay tuned with the newstrack to get fastest updates.

Click @englishnewstrack to follow us on Facebook

and @newstrackmedia to follow on Twitter.

 

Keep yourself updated with latest news through Newstrack App. To download App from Google Playstore visit here - Newstrack App