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Unlock-3 guidelines Declared pdf

Unlock-3 guidelines Declared

Unlock-3 guidelines issued, night curfew over-gym allowed
The Central Government has issued guidelines for Unlock-3. The guidelines issued by the Home Ministry have allowed the opening of the gym from August 5. The government has also lifted the night curfew.

The Central Government has issued guidelines for Unlock-3. The guidelines issued by the Home Ministry have allowed the opening of the gym from August 5. The government has also lifted the night curfew. Ban on metro, rail and cinema will continue. The government has said that Independence Day programs will be held with social distance. In addition other health protocols must be followed, such as wearing a mask.

The Home Ministry informed that after extensive discussions with the States and Union Territories, it has been decided that schools, colleges and coaching institutes will remain closed till August 31.

The Union Home Ministry has issued guidelines for Unlock 3. Under this, night curfew will no longer be applicable. Schools, colleges, public events will remain closed as before. Metro service can be started.

According to the guidelines, metro rails, cinema halls, swimming pools, amusement parks, theaters, bars, auditoriums, assembly halls can be opened except in the containment zones (where there are more cases of corona).

Coronavirus cases Unlock 3 COVID19 India tracker Lockdown news Vaccine trial Live updates: The Union Ministry of Home Affairs today released Unlock 3 guidelines. the govt will allow Gyms and Yoga institutes to open from August 5. Meanwhile, Coronavirus cases in India have crossed 15 lakh-mark whilst daily COVID19 cases count are touching 50,000. Discussions are on to organize the Unlock 3.0 strategy to reopen the economy during a gradual manner and check the spread of the highly contagion at an equivalent time. State governments have imposed containment zone wise, city wise lockdown to interrupt the chain. In India, there are 5,09,447 active coronavirus cases, 9,88,029 COVID19 patients are cured or discharged and 34,193 Coronavirus infected patients have died, as per data shared by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. Total coronavirus cases in India are 15,31,669. India has recorded 48,513 Coronavirus cases and 768 COVID19 deaths within the last 24 hours.

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Restrictions on movement of people during night (Night curfew) are removed.
Yoga institutes and gymnasiums are going to be allowed to open from August 5, 2020. during this regard, Standard procedure (SOP) are going to be issued by the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare (MoHFW) for ensuring social distancing and to contain the spread of COVID-19.

Independence Day functions are going to be allowed with social distancing and by following other health protocols, e.g., wearing of masks etc. during this regard instructions issued by MHA on 21.07.2020 shall be followed.

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After extensive consultation with States and UTs, it's been decided that schools, colleges and training institutions will remain closed till August 31, 2020.
International aviation of passengers has been permitted during a limited manner under the Vande Bharat mission. Further opening-up will happen during a calibrated manner.
All activities, except the subsequent , shall be permitted outside containment zones:

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