The number of COVID-19 containment zones in Delhi has risen from 539 on August 1 to 591 on August 21, with officials attributing the rise to smaller areas being contained now.
Coronavirus in Mumbai: The city prepares for lockdown 5.0 or Unlock 1, as it is being called. As per the Home Ministry's latest guidelines, there will be a resumption of activities in a phased manner after lockdown 4.0 ends on May 31.
The Delhi Government on Saturday said that the total number of containment zones in the national capital is now stands at 122, with the highest 24 active in the North district.
The entire national capital may not remain under 'Red' zone as the Delhi government has launched an exercise to define its own "Red, Orange and Green zones" -- marking of areas based on COVID-19 case load, sources said.
MHA has issued National Directives for COVID-19 management and offenses and penalties for violation of lockdown measures as it has been extended for two more weeks. In addition to the already existing zones, one more zone has been added by the government which is the buffer zone. Centre, States, guidelines for lockdown 4.0 will vary depending on these zones.
Tamil Nadu government extended the coronavirus lockdown in the state till May 31, citing the raising COVID-19 cases every day. Here is the list of Red, Green and Orange zones of the southern state.
One more area in Delhi's Shahdara — J, K & L pockets of Dilshad Garden, and G,H and J blocks of old Seemapuri, has been removed from containment zones on Wednesday.
Odisha government on Thursday declared Ganjam district as COVID-19 red zone while the state administration designated Jagatsinghpur and Mayurbhanj districts as orange zones.
Koyambedu market for vegetables, fruits and flowers, one of the largest in the country that used to teem with thousands of people every day here, has emerged as the latest hotspot for the spread of coronavirus cases in Tamil Nadu.
Lockdown has been extended in India for the third time as coronavirus cases increase. Situation in the national capital in no different. As per latest reports, Delhi has 4,122 confirmed cases of coronavirus. Out of these cases, 1,256 cases have ended up in patients recovering from the disease while 64 people have succumbed to the illness.
Here's a list of of containment zones in Bengaluru to check what will remain open-close when the nation will enter lockdwon 3.0.
All shops of essential and non-essential goods, except in malls and markets, offices with 33 per strength and some business activities are likely to be allowed to operate from Monday in areas which do no fall under coronavirus containment zones in Delhi, city government officials said on Saturday after a nearly 40-day lockdown.
Completion of under-construction projects in the areas outside the coronavirus containment zones within Pune city limits and the district has been allowed with certain conditions, officials said on Saturday.
The lockdown 3.0 will end on May 17. All malls, market complexes and markets shall remain closed in urban areas such as areas within the limits of municipal corporations and municipalities. All government offices shall function with officers of the level of Deputy Secretary and above to the extent of 100 per cent strength.
The Union Health Ministry has classified only four districts, Bandipora, Srinagar, Shopian and Anantnag as red zone and one district, Pulwama as the green zone while all other five districts of Kashmir division, Kulgam, Shopian, Budgam, Ganderbal and Baramulla are classified as orange zone.
Lockdown has been extended in India by two weeks till May 17. Like previous phases of the coronavirus lockdown, there are certain restrictions and relaxations throughout the country. There are some activities that have been allowed in Red Zones while some have not been permitted.
As the Center extended the nationwide lockdown on Friday for two more weeks i.e, till May 17, the lockdown will be implemented more stringent restriction.
As the second phase of nationwide coronavirus lockdown is nearing to its end, the Union Health Ministry has identified six red zones, 18 orange zones, and nine green zones in Telangana.