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MHA guidelines: Govt allows e-tail, agri activities to resume from April 20

The Ministry of Home Affairs came out with some guidelines about what is allowed and what will be restricted

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Coronavirus | Health Ministry | India ecommerce market

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A farmer harvests wheat crops at a field during a nationwide lockdown  in the wake of coronavirus pandemic, at Village Khabran in Rupnagar. Photo: PTI
A farmer harvests wheat crops at a field during a nationwide lockdown in the wake of coronavirus pandemic, at Village Khabran in Rupnagar. Photo: PTI

Prime Minister on Wednesday announced the extension of nationwide till May 3 to contain the spread of (Covid-19). In his address to the nation, PM Modi said that there would be some relaxations to allow activities to resume in select areas. The Ministry of Home Affairs came out with some guidelines about what activities have been allowed and what will remain restricted. The ministry added that State and union territory governments shall not dilute guidelines in any manner, but they may impose stricter measures as per local requirements. The exemptions given will not be applicable to the hotspots. Now, wearing a mask will be mandatory across the nation.

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First Published: Wed, April 15 2020. 10:59 IST
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