Liquor Shops will be allowed in not all zone. here is the list of zone allowed to open liquor shops
Ministry of Home and affairs announced a 2-week Extention for the lockdown period which ends on May 3rd of Sunday. The extended lockdown period ends on May 17th which also falls on Sunday. MHA made several relaxations and several strict measures to control the pandemic. All districts are divided into 3 different Zones. Red Zone, Green Zone, and Orange Zone.
Red Zone: Those with high of infection
Containment Zone: High number of cases within Red Zones
Orange Zone: Where the pandemic appears to have been reined in
Green Zone: No confirmed case in the last 21 days
Liquor shops will be allowed in green and orange zones (but some state governments may choose to keep it closed). A minimum of six-feet of physical distancing must be maintained and there should not be more than five people at one time at a shop.
Lockdown3.0: What is allowed and what is prohibited, in red, orange and green zones? Here is a simple ready-reckoner for you #IndiaFightsCoronavirus #Lockdown3 #Lockdownextention pic.twitter.com/sxMOTaOXTZ— PIB India #StayHome #StaySafe (@PIB_India) May 2, 2020
MHA issues order reg. #lockdownextension for 2 weeks w.e.f. 04.05.2020, to fight #COVIDー19.— Spokesperson, Ministry of Home Affairs (@PIBHomeAffairs) May 1, 2020
New guidelines have permitted considerable relaxations in #Lockdown3 restrictions, within the districts falling in the Green and Orange Zones. #IndiaFightsCoronavirus
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Press Release 👇 pic.twitter.com/jmVkFE9Syi— Spokesperson, Ministry of Home Affairs (@PIBHomeAffairs) May 1, 2020
@RailMinIndia will issue detailed guidelines for sale of tickets; for social distancing and other safety measures to be observed at train stations, train platforms and within the trains. #IndiaFightsCorona #coronaupdatesindia @PMOIndia @HMOIndia— Spokesperson, Ministry of Home Affairs (@PIBHomeAffairs) May 1, 2020