India Under 21-Day Lockdown from 24th mid-night: What Is Open, What Is Not

PM Modi today announced a total lockdown in India from midnight for 21 days to fight the spread of coronavirus.

This is exactly what it means, based on guidelines

What’s closed:

Roadways, all transportation trains

All government offices together with exceptions

Commercial and institutions

Industrial institutions

Hospitality institutions

Educational associations

All areas of worship

All social, political, sports, entertainment, cultural, academic purposes


Banks, insurance providers, and ATMs

Essential services such as sanitation, water distribution, power

Hospitals and institutions that are connected, including supply and manufacturing components, both in private and public industry, like dispensaries, chemists, labs, clinics, nursing homes

Transportation for all personnel, nurses, other hospital service, paramedical personnel

Shops, such as ration shops (under PDS), coping with meals, groceries, fruits and vegetables, milk and dairy stalls, fish and meat, animal fodder

Home delivery of meals, drugs, medical equipment

Print and digital media, telecommunications, internet providers, broadcasting and cable providers and IT-enabled solutions (for key services)

Storage sockets, petrol pumps gas and petroleum retail

Power distribution, transmission and generation components and Solutions

Debt and capital marketplace services advised by SEBI

Storage and solutions

Private security services

Manufacturing components of commodities that are crucial.

After obtaining approval production units, that need process

Transportation of crisis services, fire, law and order and goods

Hotels lodges and motels people because of medical lockdown and emergency staff, sea and air crew and tourists.

Maybe not over 20 people will be allowed.

Treasury, defence, fundamental police forces

Public utilities CNG, such as oil PNG

Disaster management, prisons, post offices, police emergency and fire services.


All men that have arrived after February 15 and all in India led quarantine will remain

Punishment for obstruction of obligation One to two years in fine or prison

Punishment for false assert: Up to two years in fine and prison

Punishment for false alert: Up to a year in prison or with fine

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