Lockdown 5.0 salons, restaurants and religious places allowed to open from June 1 to June 30. Lockdown has been implemented once again in the country to deal with the Coronavirus. The government has released the guidelines for Lockdown 5.0. Outside the Containment Zone, the government has exempted it in a phased manner. According to the guidelines, the lockdown will open in three phases. The government has given permission to open religious places, hotels, salons, restaurants from June 8 under the first phase.
However, the government has given permission to open with restrictions. Explain that the country is currently going through a lockdown to deal with the coronavirus. Lockdown 4.0 expired on May 31. In such a situation, the government has increased it further. Lockdown 5.0 will be from 1 June to 30 June. Under the second phase, the Center has left the decision on the states to open schools and colleges. States will take a decision on this in July.
Opposition party raised the concern
Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) President Mayawati has expressed concern over the increasing deaths due to Corona epidemic in the country and has asked the government to be more serious. Mayawati tweeted on Monday, “Lockdown-5 has started today on the 69th day amid concerns of victims of Corona epidemic in the country and rising deaths that will last till June 30 while still, the whole country is in Corona. Struck by the beating and in such a situation, the Central and State Governments need to be more serious. ”
A curfew will remain in force from 9 am to 5 am in the country. Till now it was from 7 to 7 in the evening. People will be able to go from one state to another. People will not even have to show near. At the same time, shopping malls have also been allowed to open.
What will open and what will be closed
– The new instructions will come into effect from June 1, 2020, and will be effective till June 30, 2020.
-After March 24, 2020, strict lockdown was implemented across the country. Only necessary activities were allowed. All other activities were banned.
-All the activities previously banned will now be opened in areas outside the Containment Zone in a phased manner.
– In the first phase, religious places, hotels, restaurants, shopping malls were allowed to open from 8 June 2020. The Ministry of Health will issue an SOP for this.
– In the second phase, schools and colleges will be opened after the permission of the states and union territories.
Delhi sealed its border
Delhi’s hospitals will be filled if borders are opened: Arvind Kejriwal. Seeing the growing crisis of Coronavirus epidemic, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has decided to seal the border of the capital. Under this decision, the border adjacent to Delhi will be sealed for the next week. However, during this time, those who will be issued the pass will be able to get entry to the people related to the required area. But, once again the concern is visible with the decision of the Delhi government. In the next week, take a look at what kind of problems can happen in the cities adjoining Delhi and what will have to be done now…
What decision did the Delhi government take?
– Delhi government has sealed the border with Delhi for the next week. That is, no entry will be available from NCR cities like Noida, Ghaziabad, Gurugram, and Faridabad in Delhi.
– Those who have cards, ie those passes are being issued by the administration and people connected with the necessary works will be able to get entry during this period.
– Delhi government has sought suggestions from its people whether the border of Delhi should be kept sealed even further. Arvind Kejriwal has asked for suggestions from Delhi people till Friday evening. Apart from this, the DTC buses which are running in Delhi, now they will not be able to run for Gurugram or Delhi. Will be operational only inside Delhi.
Arvind Kejriwal said that “Apart from the services started in Delhi till now, barber, saloon shops will open while the spa will not be opened yet.” The ban on a ride in an auto-rickshaw is being lifted. Earlier, the ban on ridership on two-wheeler and four-wheelers was also being removed. “He said that” We were following the Odd-Even rule to open shops in the markets but the central government has no such rule It is said that hence all shops can be opened from now on.
CM Kejriwal said that “Delhi government needs your opinion on an important subject.” Should Delhi borders be opened? And should the hospitals in Delhi be opened to all the people coming from the country? Your suggestions can be sent to us by Friday through WhatsApp, email or voice mail. Kejriwal said that “You can send your suggestions by 5 pm on Friday at email: firstname.lastname@example.org, WhatsApp: 8800007722 voicemail: 1031. He said that if you do not have WhatsApp, then you call 1031, your suggestions will be recorded.
Doctors raised puzzles.
- The fifth phase of lockdown has started in the country from today. Meanwhile, experts in India have now also expressed the danger of community transmission of coronavirus. Experts of the National Task Force set up to prevent corona infection have written a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi saying that there is now a community infection of corona in many zones of India, so it would be wrong to believe that it is possible to control the current corona Will happen. Members of the National Task Force on Kovid-19 have also criticised the government’s attitude in dealing with the Corona infection.
Possible evidence of community transmission in India was also found earlier. In April, India’s Medical Research Organisation ICMR pointed this out. However, it was ignored by the Health Ministry then. In April, the National Task Force constituted a committee to monitor the Corona epidemic.
Experts from AIIMS, BHU, and JNU wrote to PM
On May 25, three well-known medical institutions have written a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi criticising the modalities adopted by the Centre to control the Corona epidemic. Those who wrote letters to Prime Minister Modi include former advisors of the Ministry of Health, former and current professors of AIIMS, BHU, and JNU. Dr DCS Reddy is also among those who signed this letter. Dr Reddy heads the committee set up to study the corona.
Criticism of strict lockdown rules
In a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, these experts have termed the lockdown as cruel and said that India is now paying the price for the rigorous lockdown, lack of coordination in policies. The letter reads, “To think that the coronavirus can be controlled at this stage would be beyond reality, as community transmission has started happening completely in many clusters of India.”
Workers should have got permission to go home
In the letter to the PM, it has been said that if at the beginning of this epidemic, when the pace of infection was low, the workers would have been allowed to go home, then the current situation could have been avoided. The workers returning from the cities are now taking the infection to every corner of the country, this will affect the rural and rural areas, and more health systems are not as successful. It has been said in this statement that if the Indian government had taken the opinion of the infection experts in the beginning, then the situation could have been controlled more effectively.