Indian govt to remove lockdown with some restriction after 21 days

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Prime minister Narendra Modi has announced 21 days total lockdown to spread coronavirus pandemic spread on 24th March 2020. Now everyone want to know that lockdown will be extended or it will be removed on 14th April 2020 after completion of 21 days.

A government official already told media that the government has no plan to extended 21 days lockdown till now, but as you know that COVID-19 positive patient cases have increased significantly in the last few days due to Tablighi Jamat incident. So now govt has to think again to remove this ongoing lockdown.

News is coming from many state CM and PMO officials that the government might remove this lockdown in phases, total lockdown will not be removed at once. First lockdown will be removed from the less affected cities of state with some advisory like the minimum operation of public transport and mandatory social distancing as per the law. As UP CM Yogi Aditya Nath already told media that lockdown in UP will not be removed once on 15th April 2020.

All the train and flight will not be operational from 15th April 2010, many of airlines organization like Air India already stopped booking till 30th April 2020 but few domestic and international flights will be operated with some restrictions. But till today we don’t have any official confirmation about lockdown extension or removal, for that everyone is waiting. Below is some restriction that will be applicable if lockdown removed after 14th April.

  • All public transport (Rail. Air, Bus) will not be operational.
  • Lockdown will not be removed from all the cities.
  • Gathering of more than 20 people will not be allowed anywhere.
  • Social distancing will be mandatory
  • All the office will not be operation (excluding some govt offices)
  • Schools and some colleges will remain closed.

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