Statewise Status of Coronavirus in India; Number of cases and major restrictions imposed

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Lockdown restrictions in India – State-wise lockdown restrictions in states – The Lockdown has extended yet again but this time, the State and UT governments have been given the authorities to impose restrictions in states/UTs that fall under its jurisdictions.

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Restrictions in States and UTs of India – Lockdown restrictions in India

All guidelines issued by the Centre will be followed in every state and UT. Aside from that, here is a statewide status of coronavirus as on 30th May 2020 and the restrictions imposed in the states/UTs of India.

Delhi

Total number of cases: 17386

Active cases: 9142

Major Restrictions in Delhi

  • Delhi Chief Minister, Arvind Kejriwal said his government will soon launch an app to trace hospitals with beds and ventilators.
  • All salons, spas, and barbershops will remain closed.
  • Stepping out of home between 7 pm and 7 am prohibited; Carpooling will not be allowed.
  • No activity allowed in containment zones, except essential services.

Lockdown restrictions in India

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Restrictions in Delhi

  • Metro will not operate.
  • Educational institutions, Hotels, Cinema Halls, Religious places for worship, Shopping Malls, swimming pools, gyms, entertainment parks, theatre, bars, assembly halls, and auditoriums will remain closed; No gatherings will be allowed.
  • Government & private offices have been allowed to work with full strength, keeping social distancing norms in operation. All industries have been opened with staggering time.
  • Transportation has been allowed- cabs with 2 passengers, auto-rickshaw/e-rickshaws with 1 passenger; two-wheelers allowed to move with no pillion riders; buses are allowed to carry 20 passengers, only after screening; RTVs can operate with 11 passengers; All drivers must ensure to sanitize their vehicle after passengers get down from the vehicle; Healthcare workers will be allowed to move trans-borders; Interstate movement of all cargo and goods trucks will be allowed.
  • All shops can open. Shops in the market and shopping complexes can open on an odd-even basis. These shops will need to keep social distancing norms in operation or it will be closed.
  • Restaurants are allowed to open only for online deliveries.
  • Construction activities are allowed but only with labor present in Delhi.

Haryana – Lockdown restrictions in India

Total number of cases: 1721

Active cases: 762

Major Restrictions in Haryana

  • All Educational Institutions and Shopping Malls will remain shut.
  • No activity allowed in containment zones, except essential services.
  • All industrial and economic activities outside containment zones will be allowed to operate with 100% employees, keeping social distancing norms in operation.
  • All markets and shops will be allowed to open.
  • Cabs and auto-rickshaws will be allowed to operate with only 2 passengers; Buses will resume operations but booking for tickets will only be available online; People from Delhi will only be permitted to enter if they have tested negative for COVID-19.
  • Construction work has been allowed to continue.
  • Inter-state and intra-state movement of all cargo and goods buses and trucks will be allowed.

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Restrictions in States – Lockdown restrictions in India

Uttar Pradesh

Total number of cases: 7284

Active cases: 2842

Major Restrictions in UP

  • Vegetable markets will only be open between 4 am to 7 am; Retail vegetables will only be allowed to sell between 6 am to 9 pm, keeping social distancing norms in operation.
  • Night prohibitory orders will be in place in the state.
  • No movement of vehicles will be allowed between 7 pm and 7 am, except for essential activities.
  • Restaurants are allowed to open only for online deliveries.
  • Only 3 people in a car will be allowed to travel; two-wheelers allowed to move with no pillion riders.
  • The Noida-Delhi border will remain sealed for movement, except for emergencies or essential supplies.
  • Criminal Procedure Code (CrPC) Section 144 is in force in Gautam Buddh Nagar, which falls in the ‘Red Zone’ for COVID-19

Uttarakhand

Total number of cases: 716

Active cases: 609

Major Restrictions in Uttarakhand – Lockdown restrictions in India

  • All districts will remain under lockdown.
  • No gatherings allowed at religious places. Stadiums will be allowed to conduct sporting events without the presence of an audience.
  • All educational institutions and malls will remain closed.
  • The decision on inter-state bus services and tourism is yet to be taken.
  • Odd-even traffic rule has been imposed in Haridwar, Haldwani, Rudrapur, Kashipur, Kotdwar and other district headquarters.

Gujarat

Total number of cases: 15934

Active cases: 6343

Major Restrictions in Gujarat – Lockdown restrictions in India

  • Barber, paan and tea shops have been allowed to function but shop owners need to ensure that customers maintain a minimum 6 feet distance from each other. Not more than 5 people must be allowed to be present in the shop, at one time.
  • Resumption of transport services like bus and takeaway orders will be allowed for restaurants and eateries in non-containment zones.
  • Markets and shops in non-containment zones will be open.

Rajasthan

Total number of cases: 8365

Active cases: 2937

Major Restrictions in Rajasthan – Lockdown restrictions in India

  • All offices, shops, factories, services, establishment, and other activities that do not fall under ‘prohibited activities’ can operate.
  • Government Departments/Offices dealing with essential work will be allowed to work with full strength whereas others will have to continue with 50% staff in Red Zones. Work from home must be encouraged, wherever possible; Private offices can operate with half staff in Red Zones.
  • Public/Community Parks will remain closed in Red Zones.
  • No commercial passenger transport will be allowed unless specially permitted in Red Zones.
  • All govt and private offices will be allowed to operate with 2/3rd staff in Orange Zones.
  • In the Orange Zones, Cabs will only be allowed to operate with 2 passengers; Auto rickshaw/cycle rickshaw will be allowed with only 1 passenger; the Inter-city bus will be operational as approved by the Home department; City Buses will not be permitted.
  • All activities will be permitted in the Green Zones, except those prohibited by the Centre.

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