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Revised guidelines from MHA with additional activities   Apr 15, 2020

MHA issues revised guidelines allowing select additional activities in non-containment zones.

The Ministry of Home Affairs has issued revised guidelines, delineating the prohibited activities across the country. Select permitted activities have been allowed from April 20, 2020 in the rest of the country. The activities prohibited across the country include travel by air, rail and road; operation of educational and training institutions; industrial and commercial activities; hospitality services; all cinema halls, shopping complexes, theatres, etc., all social, political and other events, and opening of all religious places/ places of worship for members of public, including religious congregations.

There are certain national guidelines like mandatory home-made face covers at work places and in public places ,strong hygiene and health care measures like provision of sanitisers , staggered shifts , access control , thermal screening and imposing fines for spitting etc. penalties will be imposed for violation.

List of  some of the activities which will be allowed after April 20, 2020,, except within the containment zones as demarcated by States/ UTs/ District Administrations, as per the guidelines of Ministry of Health &Family Welfare)  and subject to restrictions stipulated in the guidelines and adhering to the conditions laid down in Annex I  SOP's in Annexure: II

Commercial and private establishments:
Shops (including kirana and single shops selling essential goods) and carts including  ration shops (PDS) dealing in food and groceries (for daily use), hygeine items, fruits and  vegetables, dairy and milk booths, poultry, meat and fish, ensuring social distancing without any restrictions on their timing for opening and closure.
Print and electronic media including broadcasting, DTH and cable services.
IT and IT enabled services with up to 50% strength
Data and call centres for government activities only
Govt approved Common Services Centres at Gram Panchayat level.
E-commerce companies. Vehicles used by e-commerce operators will be allowed to ply with necessary permissions.
Courier services
Cold storage and warehousing services, including at ports, airports, railway stations, container depots, individual units and other links in logistics chain.
Private security services and facilities management services for maintenance and upkeep of office and residential complexes.
Hotels, homestays, lodges and motels which are accommodating tourists and persons stranded due to lockdown, medical and emergency staff air and sea crew.
Establishments used/ earmarked for quarantine facilities.
Services provided by self employed persons like electrician, IT, repairs, plumbers, motor mechanics and carpenters. 

Transportation of goods will be permitted without any distinction of essential or non essential.
Farming operations by farmers and farm workers on the field
Agencies engaged in procurement of agriculture products, including MSP operations.
 Mandis operated by APMCor as notified by state/UT government. Direct marketing operations by the state/UT government or by industry, directly from farmers or group of farmers, FPOs'co-operatives etc. States/UTs may promote decentralised marketingand procurement at village level.
Shops of agriculture machinery, its spare parts (including its supply chain) and repairs to remain open.
Customs hiring Centres related to farm machinery.
Manufacturing, distribution and retail of fertilizers, pesticides and seeds.
Movement (inter and intra state) of harvesting and sowing related machines like combined harvester and other agriculture/horticulture implements.
RBI, banks, ATMs, capital and debt markets as notified by SEBI and insurance companies will also remain functional, with a view to provide enough liquidity and credit support to the industrial sectors.

Production units which require continuous process and their supply chain
Manufacturing units of essential goods, including, drugs, pharmaceuticlas,medical devices, their raw materials and intermediaries.

Notification - 


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