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New Delhi: After the decreasing case of Coronavirus in the country, will the restrictions get relaxed in the coming time. Will states start unlocking after a long lockdown? Some states including Delhi, MP have also indicated that if Corona remains the same, then the exemption will be given in the coming week. However, there are some states where the exemption is not visible at the moment.

Lockdown will not increase in Delhi now?

The lockdown in Delhi has been extended for a week to May 31. Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal announced to extend the lockdown implemented in the capital by 5 AM on May 31 to prevent the spread of COVID-19 infection. The lockdown was enforced in Delhi on 19 April. Its duration has been extended for the 50th time. CM said that if the cases keep on decreasing like this, then from May 31, we will start the process of unlocking. CM said that the positivity rate on Corona which had reached 36% has now reached 2.5%. In the national capital, 1,649 new cases of COVID-19 have been reported during the last 24 hours, the lowest number of infections in a single day since March 30.

Break the chain campaign effective in Maharashtra, relief will be available. Amid the dwindling case of Corona in Maharashtra, people are eyeing whether the Uddhav government will extend the lockdown even after June 1 or the rules will be relaxed. From the indications given by the Health Minister Rajesh Tope of Maharashtra, it seems that there will be some relaxation in the coming time.

Rajesh Tope said that if the rate of infection in the state declines and remains below ten percent, it can be relaxed in a phased manner. The state government announced several restrictions in the state on 14 April under the ‘Break the Chain’ initiative. Corona cases in Maharashtra have fallen to less than 30 thousand. On Sunday, 26 thousand 672 cases were reported in the state.

Unlock started in Madhya Pradesh:

The unlock has started after a long lockdown in Madhya Pradesh. Some of the districts of the state have been relaxed. If the rate of infection is low in the districts where exemption has been given, then the rest will be exempted from June 1 on the same basis. Chief Minister Shivraj Singh has indicated this.


Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan mentioned that we cannot remain closed for a moment. We need to unlock gradually from 1 June. Moreover, in the first phase the mall, theaters, coaching centers are unlikely to open. Government offices will open from June 1 but with a 25 percent attendance of employees.

Black fungus raises concern in UP:

In Uttar Pradesh, the lockdown has been extended till 31 May. Now all restrictions will continue till May 31. To break the chain of Coronavirus infection, the government had decided to impose lockdown with restrictions in the state. The number of corona patients is decreasing in the urban areas of UP, as well as the recovery rate has also increased, but the government is aware that the cases have increased in the villages.

Corona cases are decreasing, but now the cases of black fungus are increasing. Cases of black fungus have been reported in many districts including Kanpur, Lucknow, Mathura, Varanasi. In the coming week, the exemption may be given in the districts where corona cases are less.

Decision on unlocking is yet to come in Bihar:

Corona cases have been reduced in Bihar, but the government can extend the lockdown till June 5. The first lockdown in Bihar was carried out till 15 May, which has since been extended to 25 May. Today a meeting of the Disaster Management Group has been convened in which the lockdown period can be further extended for ten days. Chief Minister Nitish Kumar has already revealed to extend it. Cases in Bihar have reduced to less than 5 thousand.

Lockdown extended in Kerala and Tamil Nadu:

Tamil Nadu has been incomplete lockdown since May 10. In Tamil Nadu, the lockdown has been extended for a week without any concessions. Only those activities which were previously allowed will be exempted. In Kerala, Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan has decided to extend the COVID-19 lockdown in the state till May 30. The test positivity rate in Kerala is 23.18, which is more than four times the estimated 5% for the lockdown exemption.


Lockdown till 7 June in Karnataka:

The Karnataka government has increased the lockdown in the state till June 7. Chief Minister BS Yeddyurappa announced it. The state government had completely shut down from May 10. There will not be any relaxation in the current restrictions. The CM also said that if someone does not follow the rules of lockdown then the police will take action against him. There are more than 5 lakh active cases in Karnataka out of which around three lakh cases are in Bengaluru alone.

Lockdown till 8 June in Rajasthan:

The threat of Corona infection in the state has come to an end on the news of the increase and absence of the ongoing lockdown. The lockdown in Rajasthan has been imposed till 8 June. Now a new guideline has been released regarding lockdown implemented till 8 June.


Moreover, the lockdown imposed from May 24 to June 8 at 5:00 AM has been named as a three-tier public discipline lockdown. Accordingly, markets will be closed from Friday 28 May noon to Tuesday 1 June 5:00 pm and Friday 4 June noon to Tuesday 8 June 5:00 pm except the services required.



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