Lockdown Extended In India Till 17th May

Coronavirus lockdown extended for two more weeks till May 17 in India
The government on Friday announced a nationwide lockout for more than two May due to the coronovirus crisis. The government issued new guidelines to regulate various activities in this period, which is based on profiling of the country's districts in red (hotspots), green and orange zones. In an order issued on Friday, the Home Ministry said that the guidelines have given considerable relaxation to the districts falling in the Green and Orange zones. "After a comprehensive review, and in view of the lockdown measures, for significant gains in COVID-19 status in the country, the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA), Government of India (Government of India) issued an order under the Disaster Management Act, 2005, Today, to extend the lockdown for a period of two weeks beyond May 4, 2020, "



"The classification of districts in the Red, Green and Orange zones will be shared by MoHFW with States and Union Territories (UTs) on a weekly basis or as needed earlier. While additional districts in the States and Union Territories as Red and Orange zones May be included. He stated that the classification of the district included by MoHFW in the list of Red or Orange zones cannot be reduced.

In the last 21 days the green zone will either be a district with zero confirmed cases or no confirmed cases. “Classification of districts as red zone will take into account the total number of active cases, doubling the rate of confirmed cases. Testing and monitoring feedback from districts. Those districts, defined as neither red nor green, would be classified as orange zones.

The government on Friday announced a nationwide lockout for more than two May due to the coronovirus crisis. The government issued new guidelines to regulate various activities in this period, which is based on profiling of the country's districts in red (hotspots), green and orange zones. In an order issued on Friday, the Home Ministry said that the guidelines have given considerable relaxation to the districts falling in the Green and Orange zones. "After a comprehensive review, and in view of the lockdown measures, for significant gains in COVID-19 status in the country, the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA), Government of India (Government of India) issued an order under the Disaster Management Act, 2005, Today, to extend the lockdown for a period of two weeks beyond May 4, 2020, "

"The classification of districts in the Red, Green and Orange zones will be shared by MoHFW with States and Union Territories (UTs) on a weekly basis or as needed earlier. While additional districts in the States and Union Territories as Red and Orange zones May be included. He stated that the classification of the district included by MoHFW in the list of Red or Orange zones cannot be reduced.

In the last 21 days the green zone will either be a district with zero confirmed cases or no confirmed cases. “Classification of districts as red zone will take into account the total number of active cases, doubling the rate of confirmed cases. Testing and monitoring feedback from districts. Those districts, defined as neither red nor green, would be classified as orange zones.


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