Modi Government Announced : For Employees

The Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) on Wednesday issued a revised list of guidelines for phase two of lockdown allowing certain sectors to function from April 20. In the revised lockdown guidelines, agriculture, health services and industries operating in rural areas have been exempted from the lockdown as they fall under essential services. Here is the list of what is exempted during the extended lockdown period.
The Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) on Wednesday issued a revised list of guidelines for phase two of lockdown allowing certain sectors to function from April 20. In the revised lockdown guidelines, agriculture, health services and industries operating in rural areas have been exempted from the lockdown as they fall under essential services.

According to the Home Ministry's revised lockdown guidelines, select industrial activities are allowed to resume their operations, with adequate safeguards and mandatory standard operating protocols (SOPs); and the digital economy. The MHA guidelines also prescribe National Directives for COVID-19 management; SOPs for social distancing at offices, workplaces, factories and establishments; and, penalties for offences regarding violation of lockdown measures under relevant sections of Disaster Management Act 2005 and IPC, 1860.

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