On Wednesday, The Government issued the unlock 3 guidelines, the 3rd phase of lifting the pandemic Coronavirus restrictions across the country. The Night curfew will be abolished from 1st August 2020, while places like Gyms and yoga institutes will reopen from 5th August onwards.
Regarding the fresh guidelines issued, Metro Rail, cinema halls, swimming pools, entertainment parks, theatres, bars, auditoriums, assembly halls & similar places will NOT be allowed to open or function.
Check out the unlock 3 guidelines, what’s open and what’s not:
1) The Night Curfew for the individuals which was imposed has been banned.
2) Gymnasiums and yoga institutes will reopen from 5th August. Regarding the reopening, The Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) will be issued by the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare (MoHFW) for ensuring social distancing and to contain the spread of COVID-19.
3) The Independence day function on 15th August 2020, will be held, with strict protective measures of social distancing norms and health protocols.
4) Schools, colleges and coaching centers will be closed till 31st August 2020, after taking the consideration from the States and UTs Government.
5) International and domestic Air travel services will be permitted for limited passengers under the Vande Bharat’s mission.
Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) issues #Unlock3 guidelines. Restrictions on the movement of individuals during night have been removed. Yoga institutes and gymnasiums will be allowed to open from August 5, 2020. pic.twitter.com/Sz82BW8f5Z
— India TV (@indiatvnews) July 29, 2020
All these activities will be permitted only for the non-containment zones, issued in the fresh central guidelines which were declared today.
1) Metro rail operations won’t be taking place.
2) Theatres, swimming pools, Entertainment parks, Amusement parks, cinema halls, bars and clubs, auditoriums, assembly halls, and other places involving large gatherings, will also be remaining shut during the unlock phase 3.
Highlights of unlocking phase 3:
1) Lockdown will be imposed strictly on the containment zones till 31st August 2020.
2) Only the essential activities will be allowed even in the non-containment zones.
3) States and UTs will decide the other outside activities in the containment zones.
Activities in the containment zones will be monitored strictly by the authorities.