Lock-down 5.0 Is Coming Soon India
As per the information, Lockdown 4.0 released in the country is going to end soon. Now it’s the question What will happen after May 31, now this question is also coming in front of people. Now there is a question came into our mind that “Will the lockdown be extended or will it end now?” If any condition Lockdown will be extended, what rules will have to be go along with and which rules will be relaxed. The lockdown was appliance for the first time in the country on 25 March. As per the news, Since then, it has reached the fourth stage continuously. While, now people have many questions about Lockdown 5.0. As per the news, the lockdown period can be increased once again. It is be horrified that this may be the final and final lockdown. Please tell that in this regard, the central government has also started working. Prime Minister Narendra Modi can address the nation on Sunday, 31 May. PM can also increase the lockdown in Mann Ki Baat and announce the start of its fifth phase.
Lockdown 5.0 Lockdown continues in the country due to the Corona crisis. Since last March 24, Lockdown has been announced 4 times in the country so far. The period of Lockdown 4.0 (Lockdown 4) is also going to end from June 1, so the government has started churning on Lockdown 5. Under which the government is busy preparing its outline. It is expected that Lockdown 5 will be applied differently than Lockdown 4. In which many decisions can be considered from gym to opening of religious places.
According to reports, Prime Minister Narendra Modi can soon talk about the lockdown 5.0 in the country and take a decision on it. It is likely that in lockdown 5.0, the exemptions can be extended to other parts of the country except the 11 cities most affected by Corona.
According to sources, in the fifth phase of lockdown, there is no possibility of relaxing the rules of lockdown in cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Chennai, Surat, Jaipur, Kolkata, Pune, Indore, Bangalore, Thane. Actually, the highest number of cases of coronavirus have been reported in these cities and the period of increase in them is going on continuously. In such a situation, the possibility of exemption is being given in other parts of the country except for these cities.
In Lockdown 5.0, there is a possibility of getting exemption from opening of religious places by the center, many other exemptions related to permission to open gyms, but with terms and conditions. Apart from this, programs like Mela and Utsav will be banned. That’s will be mandatory to follow the rules of social distancing. At the same time, it will also be necessary to follow the rules like wearing masks.
1- As per the first rule The State Governments will have the right to get concessions on what in the state and not on it. In perceive of the cases of coronavirus, the state governments can decide whether to relax or not give in to various restrictions.
2- If there is Any kind of activity or movement in the Containment Zone ie Red Zone or sealed areas is still expected to be disrupted.
3- After the growing cases of coronavirus in the country, the central government can implement some new rules. Some things can also be banned.
4- Schools are not required to be opened at present. Other educational institutions can continue this ban.
5- As per the further rule The state government and local administration will also have to make a decision regarding shopping malls. Lockdown 4.0 banned the opening of shopping malls. But now obligation are being made that some state governments may allow them to open shopping malls in selected areas.
6- Railway travel and domestic flights will continue. The service of Delhi Metro can also be started to some limitations after 1 June.
7- In Lockdown 5.0 there is doubt on the opening of any religious place. As per the information, there will be a ban on people gathering at religious places. As per the news, But it can also give the power to decide it to the central and state governments. Just Take a look that the Government of Karnataka had written a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the past and recommended that religious places be opened.
8- Opening of restaurants and eating places in the country, where people gather, is being considered. But it is also inferred that the right to take this decision will also be given to the state gover
9- Ban on international flights is expected to continue in Lockdown 5.0.
Just take a look that 4,337 people have died due to Coronavirus in the country so far. Within the same time, the number of infected people is continuously increasing. Already1,52,767 coronavirus cases have been reported in the country. Within the same time, 170 people have died due to infection across the country in the last 24 hours.
The number of coronavirus patients is increasing continuously in India. There are 86 thousand 110 active cases in the country, of which Maharashtra is the worst. 57 thousand cases have been found here. Meanwhile, Lockdown 4.0 is ending on May 31. There is a question that What will happen after this, questions are being placed about this. However, it is being said that the lockdown can be increased again in view of increasing the Corona case.
In Lockdown 4.0, the government had given many facilities. Also, to start the business, the factory was also allowed to open. According to the report of our partner site India.com, office, factory and other industries can get relief if the lockdown increases. They can be allowed to continue working. However, schools, shopping malls, and other crowded places will be banned.
It is believed that the fifth phase of the lockdown will focus on 11 cities. There are some states Delhi, Mumbai, Bengaluru, Pune, Thane, Indore, Chennai, Ahmedabad, Jaipur, Surat and Kolkata. These cities granary for more than 70 percent of the country’s total corona patients. On the other hand, in these five cities, Ahmedabad, Delhi, Pune, Kolkata and Mumbai, 60% of the total case-patients have also been confirmed.
Currently, flight and train service has been introduced in the fourth phase of lockdown. It is presumed that from June 1 onwards, more trains will be back on track and the number of flights will also be increased. Importantly, Karnataka has declared the opening of temples from 1 June. As per the information that State CM BS Yeddyurappa said that all the temples run by the government will be opened from June 1 onwards. Until this, social distancing will definitely be followed.