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Home Ministry issues guidelines for 21-day nationwide lockdown: Full list
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All transport services -- road, rail and air -- to remain suspended during the lockdown period
Fair price shops and those dealing with food, groceries, fruits, vegetables, dairy, meat, fish, animal fodder to remain open

 

New Delhi: The ministry of home affairs on Tuesday issued guidelines for essential service providers after PM Modi announced a 21-day lockdown.
 
Here are a few key guidelines:
 
-All transport services -- road, rail and air -- to remain suspended during the lockdown period
 
-Executive Magistrates will be deployed by District Magistrate to enforce the lockdown
 
-Fair price shops and those dealing with food, groceries, fruits, vegetables, dairy, meat, fish, animal fodder to remain open
 
-Banks, insurance offices, print and electronic media to remain open
 
-Not more than 20 people permitted during funerals
 
Below are the complete guidelines
 
 
 
 
Fair price shops and those dealing with food, groceries, fruits, vegetables, dairy, meat, fish, animal fodder to remain open
 

 

In its guidelines, the MHA said the offices of the Government of India, its autonomous/subordinate offices and public corporations shall remain closed, but there will be an exception for "defence, central armed police forces, treasury, public utilities (including petroleum, CNG, LPG, PNG), disaster management, power generation and transmission units, post offices, National Informatics Centre, Early Warning Agencies."
 
The Home Ministry said the offices of the State/Union Territory governments, their autonomous bodies, corporations, etc., shall remain closed with exception to police, home guards, civil defence, fire and emergency services, disaster management, and prisons, district administration and treasury, electricity, water, sanitation, municipal bodies (only staff required for essential services like sanitation, personnel related to water supply, etc., will be allowed to work).
 
All offices should work with a minimum number of employees and all other offices may continue to work-from-home only, the MHA said in its guidelines.
 
"Hospitals and all related medical establishments, including their manufacturing and distribution units, both in public and private sector, such as dispensaries, chemist and medical equipment shops, laboratories, clinics, nursing homes, ambulance, etc., will continue to remain functional. The transportation for all medical personnel, nurses, para-medical staff, other hospital support services shall be permitted," the MHA has said.
 

 
 


 
 


 
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