Clarus State CGD Covid-19 Tracker (July 6, 2020)

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Domestic flight and passenger trains have been allowed in a limited manner and operations shall be further expanded in a calibrated way
India Coronavirus (COVID-19)
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CDG Authorised Areas: District Wise COVID 19 Tracking

(Update Based On Notifications As of July 06, 2020)

  • On 29.06.2020, the Ministry of Home Affairs, Government of India ("MHA" or "GOI"), issued guidelines for "Unlock 2" in order to re-open more activities in a calibrated manner in areas outside containment zones and to extend the lockdown in containment zones up to 31.07.2020 ("MHA 29 June Order")1 . In Unlock-2 the following activities shall continue to remain prohibited (even outside the containment zones), – (i) schools/colleges/educational and coaching institutions; (ii) international travel of air passengers, except as permitted by MHA; (iii) metro rail; (iv) cinema halls/gyms/swimming pools/entertainment parks/theatres/bars/auditoriums/assembly halls and similar places; (v) social/political/sports/religious/academic/cultural functions and other large gatherings. Dates for restarting these activities may be decided separately and necessary SOPs issued. The third phase of unlocking that had been indicated in the MHA Order of 30.05.2020 which was to relate to : (i) international air travel of passengers, (ii) Metro Rail, (iii) Cinema Halls, Gymnasiums, Swimming pools, entertainment parks, bars, auditoriums, assembly halls and similar places and was to be based on assessment of situation has therefore not yet occurred. This is clearly because of the continued increase in infections across major states.
  • Movement of individuals, except for essential activities and movement of goods or other related activities shall be prohibited from 10pm to 5am.
  • Domestic flight and passenger trains have been allowed in a limited manner and operations shall be further expanded in a calibrated way.
  • The lockdown shall be limited to containment zones which shall be demarcated by district authorities after taking into consideration the directives of the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India.
  • States/UTs, based on their assessment of the situation may prohibit certain activities outside containment zones or impose restrictions as deemed necessary. The MHA June 29 Order states that UTs and State Governments shall not dilute the provisions of the order in any manner and the order shall be implemented by the respective District Magistrates.
  • Prior to the issuance of this order, certain states such as (i) Assam; (ii) Jharkhand; (iii) Maharashtra have already extended the lockdown in containment zones till 31.07.2020.
  • In furtherance of the MHA 29 June Order, the following other states/UTs have also extended their lockdown outside of containment zones till 31.07.2020 – (i) West Bengal; (ii) NCT of Delhi; (iii) Odisha; (iv) Tamil Nadu; (v) Puducherry; (vi) Chandigarh; (vii) Bihar; (viii) Kerala;(ix) Andhra Pradesh.
  • It is expected that the remaining states/UTs shall also be issuing their orders extending the lockdown in the containment zones soon.

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