New Delhi: In the wake of Corona, brainstorming has started on the fifth phase of the lockdown. Cabinet Secretary Rajiv Gauba today kicked off a meeting with the chief secretaries and health secretaries of all the states.
Is. For the first time, municipal corporation commissioners of the affected metros will also attend the meeting. Reports have been received that the meeting could start from 11.30 am today. Gandhinagar: When the lockdown against Corona 2.0 is coming to an end on the 21st, then what? Speculation .
521, 10:04 411 .. Reports of kao Vea G being received. Gandhinagar: When the lockdown against Corona 2.0 is coming to an end on the 21st, then what? Speculation has begun. While the central government is considering empowering the states to take decisions, there are indications that Gujarat has mild and non-existent controls with 'Lockdown 2.0'. Informed sources in the state government said that the Gujarat government will announce the final decision after the guidelines of the central government are decided. New cases of corona are on the rise in Gujarat, so complete immunity is unlikely. Lockdown 2.0 will come. But it will be in a Sava lighter incarnation. There will be modest controls to make trade-business-economy more dynamic and to focus on issues that can help people overcome the financial crisis. State Chief Minister Vijay Rupani has collected details from all the ministers, officials, trade associations and other sections. Suggestions have been received and a two- to three-week lockdown is likely to be announced. However, it will offer more concessions than Lockdown 2.0. Markets and shops are now allowed to be open from 8 am to 2 pm, with an extension of two hours.
ROOS VOG will be allowed. The night curfew will be reduced in the same way. At present the time from 6 pm to 8 am will be reduced to 8 pm to 9 am. Additional economic activities will be allowed. In the same way, some concessions are likely to be made for religious places. According to the sources, it cannot be said that the epidemic has been brought under control in Gujarat as the number of cases of Koro has not decreased. So the government is not in the mood to lift the lockdown altogether.
However, the government believes that the mild lockdown that has been going on for more than two months has made a lot of sense to the people. Have become aware of Corona. Voluntary compliance with rules like social distance has been started so there is no problem in giving more concessions in the existing rules.
The current lockdown is till 2.01 May. There are still three days left. In the meantime, the central government will also come up with a new guideline based on which the government will dispute the relaxation of the rules. This time, the state government has already prepared by getting feedback. The situation will not be the same as last time.