The exemption will be applicable from 20 April, in those areas of the country where the effect of coronavirus is negligible
The govt has given exemptions for the essential activities and services to maintain the supply chain
The Union Home Ministry has released a list of services and activities which are being allowed to open from Monday during the extended covid-19 lockdown. The exemption will be applicable from 20 April, in those areas of the country where the effect of coronavirus is negligible, or which are less affected areas. The list, tweeted by Union Law and Telecom Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad, includes healthcare, agriculture, horticulture, fisheries and animal husbandry.
The govt has given exemptions for the essential activities and services to maintain the supply chain, and the list has been released. However, these services will not be allowed in the coronavirus Containment Zones.
12) Commercial and Private establishments will be allowed to operate
13) Industries/ Industrial Establishments (both Government and Private) will be allowed to operate
14) Construction activities will be allowed to operate
15) Private vehicles for emergency services, including medical and veterinary care and for procuring essential commodities and all personnel traveling to place of work in exempted categories as per the instructions of State/UT local authority are allowed.
16) Offices of the Government of India and Offices of the State and UT Governments will remain open
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