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While the nation-wide lockdown due to Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak has been extended till May 3, self-employed persons including electricians, IT repairs, plumbers, motor mechanics and carpenters will be allowed to operate from April 20.Ministry of Home Affairs said in an order that these individuals will be allowed to operate in non-containment zones as demarcated by the various states and union territories.
The Home Ministry today issued a new guidelines a day after PM Modi extended the coronavirus lockdown till May 3
The supply chain of milk, milk products, poultry and live-stock farming and tea, coffee and rubber plantations will resume
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The Home Ministry today issued guidelines for lockdown 2.0 allowing certain sectors to function from 20 April in order to ease public hardship in the wake of coronavirus outbreak. While, the air, rail and inter-state travel remains suspended, the government has allowed agricultural activities, health services and industries operating in rural areas to function, MHA said in the guidelines issued a day after Prime Minister Narendra Modi extended the coronavirus lockdown till May 3.
According to the guidelines issued by the MHA, “From 20 April activities permitted include agricultural, horticultural, farming, procurement of agri products, ‘mandis’. Shops of farm machinery, its spare parts, supply chain, repairs, ‘Custom Hiring Centres’ related to machinery will also remain open.
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Here are ten top takeaways from the National Directives:
1. Wear face covers. The government has made them in workplaces and in public spaces. It has already published a manual on making them at home.
2. You will be fined for spitting in public places.
3. Substances like gutka, tobacco and alcohol have been banned.
3. Gatherings of more than five people aren’t allowed in public spaces or in any organisation — supervisors should see to that. District magistrates have been asked to regulate events like marriages and funerals.
4. Workplaces have been asked to implement specific measures to contain the spread of the virus, including staggered lunch breaks, a gap of one hour between shifts, and encouraging work-from-home arrangements for some employees, such as senior citizens older than 65.
5. Government and private employers have been asked to encourage employees to download the contact tracing app Aarogya Setu.
6. Organisations have been asked to sanitise workplaces between shifts.
7. There should be no large meetings.
8. A standard operating procedure on social distancing has been created for workplaces, factories and other establishments