The Ministry of Home Affairs has issued a set of detailed guidelines for state governments and general public to follow during the lockdown till May 3.
State/UT govts shall not dilute lockdown guidelines in any manner; may impose stricter measures as per local requirements.
Exemptions given from April 20 will not be applicable in COVID-19 hotspots or containment zones.
Services provided by self-employed electricians, IT repairs, plumbers, motor mechanics, carpenters to be allowed from April 20.
Grocery stores, fruit, vegetables shops or carts, milk booths, poultry, meat and fish shops to remain open during lockdown.
Wearing of masks compulsory in public places across country in wake of COVID-19 situation.
Highway ‘dhabas’, truck repairing shops, call centres for govt activities to remain open from April 20: MHA guidelines
Manufacturing units of pharmaceuticals, medical devices, construction of medical infrastructure to remain open from Apr 20.
Shops of farm machinery, its spare parts, supply chain, repairs, ‘Custom Hiring Centres’ related to machinery to remain open from Apr 20.
From April 20 activities permitted include agricultural, horticultural, farming, procurement of agri products, ‘mandis’.
All social, political, sports, religious functions, religious places, places of worship shall be closed for public till May 3.
Cinema halls, malls, shopping complexes, gymnasiums, sports complexes, swimming pools, bars to remain closed till May 3.
Educational institutions, coaching centres, domestic, international air travel, train services to remain suspended till May 3.
Inter-state, inter-district movement of people, metro, bus services continue to be prohibited till May 3.
Industries operating in rural areas to be permitted to run from April 30 with strict social distancing norms