New Delhi: The havoc of Coronavirus in India has come under control to a great extent and new cases are continuously decreasing. Given the improvement in the situation, the process of unlocking is going on in many states of the country and gradually relaxation is being given in the lockdown. In many states of the country including Delhi and Maharashtra, permission has been given to open many activities from today (June 14). So let us tell you where from today what is open and what will be closed.
Malls, markets and restaurants will open in Delhi
The third phase of Unlock in Delhi is starting from today (June 14) in the national capital Delhi and the Arvind Kejriwal government has relaxed the lockdown restrictions. Under this, malls, markets and restaurants will now be able to reopen in Delhi. However, it will be necessary to follow social distancing. At the same time, schools, colleges and other educational institutions will remain closed. Permission has been given to open all salons in the capital from today, although those who cut hair will have to wear gloves, face masks and other necessary precautions. At the same time, the approval to open the spa has not been given by the government.
This exemption will be available under Level-2 in Maharashtra
For Unlock in Maharashtra, the districts have been divided into five levels and from today (June 14) the districts of Level-2 have been exempted. In Level-2, restaurants, shopping malls and cinema halls have been allowed to run with 50 per cent capacity. Palghar has also been included in Level-2 after improving the positivity rate and the need for oxygen beds in Palghar. Level 2 unlock was started in Pune on June 11.
Home delivery allowed to e-commerce companies in Karnataka
The BS Yediyurappa government in Karnataka has permitted to start economic and other activities in a systematic manner from 6 am of June 14 to 6 am of June 21. Under this, e-commerce companies have been allowed to do home delivery of goods. Street vendors, ration shops, standalone liquor shops and outlets (takeaway only) and optical shops have been allowed to open between 6 am and 2 pm.
Many activities including salons exempted in Tamil Nadu
The Tamil Nadu government has extended the lockdown till 6 am on June 21, but along with it, many activities have been exempted. As per the unlock guidelines, TASMAC liquor shops have been allowed to open from 10 am to 5 pm in 27 districts. Apart from this, industries have also been allowed to work with a 33 per cent capacity of employees. The state government has also permitted to open salons with the guidelines of Covid-19.
Permission to open gym in Haryana
The Haryana government has extended the lockdown till June 21, although given the reduction in corona infection, relaxation has been given in many activities in the state. The state government has allowed the reopening of shops, gyms and sports complex stadiums, but it will be necessary to follow the corona guidelines and apply masks at all these places.