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Lockdown 4.0 (Extended till May 31)- The National Disaster Management Authority has announced to extend lockdown till May 31. NDMA Lockdown 4.0 new guidelines for all states and Union Territories are out. As third phase of nationwide lockdown is ending on May 17, new colored Lockdown 4 guidelines are announced for all states and Union Territories by NDMA.The fourth phase is going to roll out with new relieves for different states. different set of rules and guidelines as announced by Prime Minister Narendra Modi during his address to the nation on May 11. The new guidelines will be based on the suggestions made by chief ministers of all the states to the home ministry. NDMC has announced to extend the lockdown in all states, UTs till May 31.
Centre after mulling over easing some strictness will come up wity fourth phase of the lockdown from May 18. Earlier in virtual interaction with Prime Minister Modi state governments favoured more relaxations in lockdown restrictions for ramping up economic activities in non-containment zones. States including Delhi, West Bengal, Kerala, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Punjab & Haryana asked for more relaxations in VC. As per reports several states including Punjab, West Bengal, Maharashtra, Assam and Telangana are in favour of extending the lockdown till the end of this month and have asked for powers to decide at district level.
Lockdown 4- Zone wise Guidelines- Green, Orange & Red- Maharashtra joins Mizoram where lockdown has been extended till May 31. The Fourth phase of lockdown in all districts of Maharashtra and Mizoram is now extended till end of May. However Union Home Ministry has not announced guidelines for fourth phase of lockdown, at the time of report. Successively Tamil Nadu Govt extended the lockdown till May 31.
Breaking- Lockdown is extended till May 31- NDMA asks Ministries/ Departments of Government of India, State Governments and State Authorities to continue the lockdown measures up to 31st May 2020.
National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) also directs National Executive Committee (NEC) to issue modifications in the guidelines, as necessary keeping in view the need to open up economic activities while containing the spread of #COVID19.
Union Home Secretary Ajay Bhalla arrives at the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA).
Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) issues guidelines on measures to be taken by Ministries/Departments of Government of India, State Governments/UT Governments & State/UT authorities for containment of COVID19. #LockDown4 will remain in effect till 31st May 2020.