Unlock 4.0 guidelines: Know what is allowed and what’s not from September 1

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The Ministry of Home Affairs on Saturday issued new guidelines for Unlock 4.0. According to the guidelines, during the Unlock 4.0 period, more activities will be allowed outside the containment zones. However, strict enforcement of lockdown in containment zones has to be ensured till September 30, 2020.

Here is a look what to expect from September 1 during Unlock 4.0:

  • The MHA said there shall be no restriction on inter-State and intra-state movement of persons and goods. No separate permission or e-permit will be required for such movements.
  • The central government allowed metro rail services to operate in a graded manner from September 7 under the new guidelines on Unlock 4.
  • “Metro rail will be allowed to operate with effect from 7th September 2020 in a graded manner, by the Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs (MOHUA)/ Ministry of Railways (MOR), in consultation with MHA. In this regard, Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) will be issued by MOHUA,” the guidelines said.
  • Social/ academic/ sports/ entertainment/ cultural/ religious/ political functions and other congregations will be permitted with a ceiling of 100 persons, with effect from 21st September 2020.
  • However, such limited gatherings can be held with the mandatory wearing of face masks, social distancing, provision for thermal scanning and hand wash or sanitizer, the guidelines said.
  • Open-air theatres will be permitted to open with effect from 21st September 2020.
  • Schools, colleges, educational and coaching institutions will continue to remain closed for students and regular class activity up to 30th September 2020. Online/distance learning shall continue to be permitted and shall be encouraged. National Directives for COVID-19 management shall continue to be followed throughout the country, with a view to ensure social distancing. Shops will need to maintain adequate physical distancing among customers. MHA will monitor the effective implementation of National Directives.
  • Vulnerable persons, i.e., persons above 65 years of age, persons with co-morbidities, pregnant women, and children below the age of 10 years, are advised to stay at home, except for meeting essential requirements and for health purposes.

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