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Revised Guideline issued of Lockdown 4.0 by Ministry of Home Affairs

Revised Guideline issued of Lockdown 4.0 by Ministry of Home Affairs


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Union Ministry of Home Affairs has issued revised guidelines of Lockdown 4.0 regarding lockdown restriction to contain COVID-19. Lockdown was extended up to 31st May 2020, widespread relaxations were given in the restrictions.

Ministry of Home Affairs
Lockdown4.0 - States/UTs cannot dilute restrictions imposed in MHA guidelines, can only make the stricter based on local level assessment and Health Ministry Guidelines: MHA
18 MAY 2020

Union Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA), on 17.05.2020, issued the revised guidelines regarding lockdown restrictions, to contain COVID-19. As the lockdown was extended up to 31.05.2020, widespread relaxations were given in the restrictions.

Under the new guidelines effective from today, States and UTs would now delineate the Red Orange and Green zones, taking into consideration the revised guidelines issued by Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MoHFW) on 17.05.2020. Inside the red/orange zones, containment and buffer zones would be identified by the local authorities, based on local level technical inputs and Health Ministry guidelines.

Within containment zones, strict perimeter would be maintained as earlier and only essential activities would be allowed. Limited activities would continue to be prohibited throughout the country. All other activities would be permitted except the ones that are specifically prohibited under MHA guidelines.

In view of these points, MHA has reiterated to the States/UTs that despite widespread relaxations given in lockdown restrictions under revised guidelines, States/UTs cannot dilute the restrictions imposed in MHA guidelines. They may prohibit certain other activities or impose restrictions, as deemed necessary on the basis of ground level analysis of the situation.

Further, it has been communicated that States/UTs must take into consideration the benchmarks/thresholds indicated in the revised guidelines issued by MoHFW, while delineating zones at local level. It has also been urged to give wide publicity to the Centre and respective State guidelines at local level for the convenience of the public.


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