Unlock 3.0 Guidelines : Schools, Colleges To Be Shut Till 31 August

by Dhrubajyoti Haloi
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Unlock 3.0 Guidelines : Schools, Colleges To Be Shut Till 31 August: Ministry of Home Affairs, Govt. of India has released new guidelines under its Unlock 3.0 programs to relax the lockdown restrictions in areas outside containment zones amid the novel coronavirus outbreak.

The guidelines will come into effect from 1 August, 2020.

As per Unlock 3.0, Govt has removed restrictions on the movement of individuals during night while allowing yoga institutes and gymnasiums to open from August 5. However, strict enforcement of lockdown in containment zones have been extended till August 31.

Moreover, there shall be no restriction on inter-state and intra-state movement of persons and goods. No separate permission, approval or e-permit will be required for such movements.

It has also has been decided that schools, colleges and coaching institutions will remain closed till August 31.
 Besides, metro rail, cinema halls, swimming pools, entertainment parks, theatres, bars, auditoriums, assembly halls shall remain closed.

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Unlock 3.0 Guidelines : Schools, Colleges To Be Shut Till 31 August

Guidelines for containment zones:

According to the order, lockdown in containment zones will remain imposed till 31 August, 2020. These virus containment zones need to be carefully demarcated by the state governments or UTs.

Within the perimeters of containment zones, strict social distancing and other norms of containing the spread of the virus shall be maintained and only essential activities will be allowed, MHA said in a statement.

These containment zones will be notified on the websites of respective district collectors of the states and UTs and activities taking place in these zones will be strictly monitored by the authorities.

MHA also stated that the states and UTs can impose its own guidelines outside the containment zones, which they deem necessary.

India went under a complete nationwide lockdown from 25 March in order to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus in the country. In an attempt to bring back normalcy, the MHA has been issuing a number of guidelines in its Unlock India mission in order to provide relaxations in a graded manner and kickstart the economy.

Meanwhile, with 48,513 people testing positive for coronavirus in a day, India’s Covid-19 tally crossed 15 lakh-mark today, while the recoveries jumped to 9,88,029, according to the daily bulletin of Ministry of Health & Family Welfare.

The country’s death toll rose to 34,193 with 768 fatalities being recorded in a day. The fatality from covid currently stands at 2.25% in India as compared to global average of about 4%.

Total virus positive cases stand at 15,31,669 including 5,09,447 active cases, the health ministry said.

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