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Assam: Relaxations And Guidelines Coronavirus Lockdown 3.0

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Assam: Relaxations And Guidelines Coronavirus Lockdown 3.0: At a press conference in the conference room of the National Health Mission on May 3 from 6.30 pm, Assam Health and Finance Minister Himanta Bishwa Sarma laid out a list of guidelines for May 17 during the extended lockdown. Of the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA).

Assam Coronavirus Lockdown 3 Relaxations And Guidelines

Assam: Relaxations And Guidelines Coronavirus Lockdown 3.0

Chief Minister Sarbanando Sonwal, in a press conference with the elected media houses on May 3, thanked all the people of Assam for the successful completion of Lockdown 2.0.

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“Although the central government has relaxed somewhat for the third phase of the lockdown, the virus is far from over. I urge all people to follow all steps to prevent the coronavirus,” Sonwal said.

He further said that the state government has tasked Health Minister Himanta Bishwa Sarma to present detailed directions on the manner in which it has been relaxed. Do it in time.

Here is the list of important guidelines to be followed during lock down 3.0 :

Complete curfew in Assam from 6 pm to 6 am except for medical emergencies, medical professionals, pharmacies and media

• Private medical hospital/OPD lab services to resume and stay open up to 5 pm

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• Standalone shops will remain open up to 5 pm

• 1/3 street shops to open alternately on rotation basis up to 5pm, for example GS Road

• Market complexes and shopping complexes to remain closed

• Auto rickshaw / taxi / hand rickshaw to function (1 driver + 2 passengers)

• For two wheelers, no pillion driving on scooters with exception for ladies and children below 12 years.

• All construction (including private builders) activities to start with 50% manpower.

Inter-district and intro-district movement of ASTC buses to function with 50% passengers and private buses to function with the authorization/permission of ASTC (strictly for Green Zone only)

• Government and private offices are to resume their work from Monday with 50 percent employees.

• Tea stalls, restaurants, Mithai shops, ice cream parlours, juice shops, etc, to function on take away and home delivery basis. No dine-in strictly.

• Barber shops, salons, parlours to remain closed. Barbers and hair dressers or parlour employees can make home visits.

• Restriction of movement of vehicles carrying animals and birds into Assam.

• Weekly haats, fish and meat markets to remain closed.

• Women employees with upto 5 years old kid need not come to office.

• People below 12 years and above 65 years are not to come out of home.

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• Use of mask, social distancing and sanitizer is compulsory.

• Bars to remain closed.

• Footpath vendors not allowed.

• Gyms, swimming pools and educational institutions, sporting facilities to remain closed.

Lockdown extended by 2 weeks, India split into red, green and orange zones

The center has stepped up nationwide lockdowns, keeping the Covid-19 outbreak within two more weeks. It was supposed to end this Sunday but now it has been pushed to 17 May.

“After a comprehensive review, and in view of the lockdown measures having led to significant gains in the COVID-19 situation in the country, Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA), Government of India (GoI) issued an Order under the Disaster Management Act, 2005, today, to further extend the lockdown for a further period of two weeks beyond May 4, 2020,” said a home ministry notification.

However, there will be some relaxation in the expansion which will be controlled based on the transmission of the virus identified as red (hotspot), green and orange areas in the districts.

Green areas are districts with zero confirmed cases to date; Or, there are no confirmed cases in the last 21 days. The classification of the districts as Red Zones will take into account the total number of active cases, double the number of confirmed cases, the number of tests and the monitoring response from the districts.

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3 comments

Jacob Lugun May 4, 2020 - 9:45 pm

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Jacob Lugun May 4, 2020 - 9:48 pm

Please sir check my result, i want to see.

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Dhrubajyoti Haloi May 5, 2020 - 12:12 am

Please read this update carefully

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