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lockdown Relaxation

New lockdown relaxation rules- In the wake of the destructive coronavirus or COVID-19 outbreak in the country, some relaxation is going to be given from today onwards. However, these relaxations will be applicable only in non-hotspot areas. The Central Government today issued guidelines to give some concessions in areas with non-hotspots from April 20. Read here to know quickly who will get the relaxations from lockdown and who will not. In Uttar Pradesh, the decision of resuming operation in selective factories and industries will be taken by the respective DMs keeping in mind the advisories issued by the Centre in the view of the lockdown in districts that are COVID-19 free or have reported less than 10 cases.

Govt also cleared that only the necessary goods will be delivered online

Modi government has taken special care of the farmers in exemption from this lockdown. Releases have been given in every kind of work related to farmers. Meanwhile, only the delivery of essential goods will be possible via online. Previously, there were only essential services under the purview, but now small industries, small business people, shops and business institutions connected to the common needs are included.

Who will get relaxation?

  1. Grocery store
  2. Fruit and vegetable carts
  3. Meat fish
  4. Highway Dhaba
  5. Courier service
  6. E-commerce
  7. The mechanic
  8. IT companies
  9. Government offices
  10. Plumber
  11. Electrician
  12. Carpenter
  13. Cable-DTH workers
  14. Agricultural work
  15. Purchase of crops
  16. Construction work
  18. Industrial units
  19. small industry
  20. Bank, Post Office
  21. Hospital / Nursing Home
  22. Small financial institution
  23. Co-operative Credit Society
  24. Non-Banking finance
  25. Housing finance
  26. Optical fiber in the village
  27. Brick kiln work in the village

Who won’t get the discount?

  1. Railway travel
  2. Bus traffic
  3. Air traffic
  4. Shopping malls
  5. Cinema hall
  6. School College
  7. Cab service


Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal in a press conference on Sunday clarified that no restrictions will be relaxed anywhere in NCR at least till May 3. The Delhi government has identified 78 containment zones to date. These areas have been sealed and no person is being allowed to either enter or exit these containment zones. Police and local administration are facilitating doorstep delivery of essential items to the residents in these areas.

Abhishek Lohia is a Special Correspondent at News21 Chaupal. He has been working as a Political Journalist covering ruling Politics, Governance, renewable energy, the job market, and FMCG. He has previously worked in Newsfolo. A graduate in Engineering, he completed his PG diploma in journalism from Indian Institute of Mass Communication, New Delhi. Abhishek loves cricket and long drives to mountains and writing RAP. He can be reached at:

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