30th May, 2021
The second wave of Corona in India killed many people. Things have gone from bad to worse, but are now improving. In the second wave, the corona infection rate in many states of the country, including Delhi, has come down to five percent. It is two percent in Delhi and Jharkhand and less than one percent in the country's largest state Uttar Pradesh by population. The transition rate in nine states is between five and 10 percent. However, this time no state is in the mood to take the virus lightly. The Center has also entrusted the rights to impose lockdown to the states, in such a situation where the states have imposed restrictions for a long time. Where it is later being extended. If seen, the situation in the country is improving now. The country also has the lowest number of new cases after one and a half months. But the lockdown has been increased again by many states. Among them, the new name is associated with Delhi and Kerala.
Lockdown extended in Delhi also on Saturday night
The Department of Delhi Disaster Management Authority has once again increased the lockdown in Delhi. The DDMA said that the curfew on the movement of people has been extended till 5 am on June 7 of the following month, excluding the activities of essential commodities. Earlier there were restrictions in the capital Delhi till May 31 and in the meeting of DDMA chaired by Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal on Friday, it was decided to give relaxation in two cases. After the meeting, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal gave a digital press talk and informed that DDMA has decided to open industrial and construction activities for a week from five o'clock on Monday morning. In all other cases, the ban will continue as before.
Lockdown extended in Kerala
The Kerala government on Saturday extended the lockdown already imposed in the state till June 9. Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan said, 'Triple lockdown has been withdrawn in Malappuram district. The statewide lockdown has been extended till June 9. ' Even before this, many states have extended their lockdowns.
State of Bihar
The lockdown has been in force since May 5 in Bihar. Nitish Kumar extended it till June 1 before the lockdown period came to an end on May 15. It was said that the cases of Kovid have reduced significantly due to the lockdown. This time again, a debate has started in the state on extending the process of extending or unlocking it before the lockdown period ends on June 1. Today, on May 29, the government can review the lockdown. Such information has also come to light.
Relaxation in Madhya Pradesh
Corona curfew restrictions in Madhya Pradesh will be relaxed gradually from June 1. Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan said that despite being gradually unlocked from 1 June, people and authorities need to take all necessary precautionary measures to prevent the spread of the virus. He said that if carelessness is done then the infection will continue to increase. A third wave may come as the number of cases increases. We need to stop such a situation while starting the unlocking process from 1 June. The CM further said that to prevent such a situation, the state government has prepared a roadmap.
He said that the ban on events will continue. Attendance at marriages should be very low and those who go should be tested COVID-19. We have to decide to what extent markets are opened.
Watch on Jharkhand
Corona cases have declined sharply in Jharkhand. There is a lockdown till June 3, but on June 1, CM Hemant Soren can decide on the unlock.
Goa increased lockdown
The Goa government has decided to extend the Corona curfew till 7 am on 7 June 2021. CM Pramod Sawant has given this information by tweeting.
Lockdown extended in Tamil Nadu too
In view of increasing cases of Coronavirus infection in Tamil Nadu, it has been decided to extend the lockdown by one week i.e. 7 June. This has been announced by Chief Minister M Stalin. It was earlier implemented till 31 May. The first lockdown here was ending on May 24, which was extended by another week.
Lockdown extended in Nagaland
The Nagaland government has extended full lockdown in the state on 11 June in view of rising cases of coronavirus. Earlier the lockdown was in force from May 14 to May 31.
Lockdown may increase in Jammu and Kashmir
The current lockdown in Jammu and Kashmir is almost scheduled to go ahead from May 31 but some additional economic activity may be exempted in the lockdown next week.
Lockdown period extended in Rajasthan
Rajasthan has extended the lockdown period to June 8. However, in the districts where the infection has reduced, relaxation in business activities can be given from June 1.
Restrictions increased in Punjab
Coronation restrictions related to Corona in Punjab will remain till 10 June. But in view of the shortage in Corona cases, the limit for passenger numbers in private vehicles has been lifted. The Chandigarh administration has extended the night and weekend curfew till 31 May.
Mixed signs found in Uttar Pradesh too
Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath discussed the Corona curfew prominently in a review meeting with Team-9 on Saturday and during this time it was agreed to relax the Corona curfew. Relief will be given to industries, shops and markets in the state from June 1. Health Minister Jai Pratap Singh said that relief will not be given in the districts with more active cases in the state, while the night curfew will continue in every district. Restrictions are currently in force till 31 May.