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01 June 2021 - 30 June, 2021
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|June 29, 2021||Government of India||India||The Ministry of Home affairs has issued fresh guidelines dated 29 June 2021 for containment of covid. In a letter issued to all states, the MHA has also reiterated that despite declining numbers, states must relax restrictions in a calibrated manner.||Read here|
|June 29, 2021||Government of Kerala||Kerala||With Kerala continuing to witness a significant number of COVID-19 cases daily, state government has decided to extend the ongoing lockdown restrictions for one more week. The new restrictions would come into effect from July 1, 2021.||Read here|
|June 28, 2021
||Government of Punjab||Punjab
||The Punjab government has extended the COVID-19 curbs till July 10,2021 as more cases of the deadly Delta plus variant were reported across the state.||Read here|
|June 28, 2021||Government of West Bengal||West Bengal||West Bengal has extended the COVID-19 restrictions till July 15, 2021 with some relaxations.||Read here|
|June 26, 2021||Government of Rajasthan||Rajasthan||Rajasthan government has relaxed Covid restrictions in the state allowing offices with 25 or more employees to open with 50% workforce while offices whose at least 60% of staff is vaccinated with first dose can resume work with 100% workforce.||Read here|
|June 26, 2021||Government of Karnataka||Karnataka||Karnataka weekend curfew in effect from Friday; Here’s what’s allowed, what’s not.||Read here|
|June 26, 2021||Government of Maharashtra||Maharashtra||Maharashtra tightens Covid curbs amid rising Delta Plus cases.||Read here|
|June 26, 2021||Government of Maharashtra||Mumbai||Mumbai to remain under level-3 Covid-19 restrictions||Read here|
|June 26, 2021||Government of Tamil Nadu||Tamil Nadu||Tamil Nadu Extends Lockdown Till July 5, Chennai Malls Get Nod To Open||Read here|
|June 26, 2021||Government of Maharashtra||Pune||No further relaxations in Pune, same set of lockdown rules stay in place||Read here|
|June 26, 2021||Government of Kerala||Kerala||Complete lockdown in Kerala today and tomorrow.||Read here|
|June 26, 2021||Government of Assam||Assam||Total lockdown in three Assam districts and 1 subdivision from Monday||Read here|
|June 26, 2021||Government of Punjab||Punjab||Punjab extends lockdown till June 30, allows reopening of IELTS coaching centres- Check guidelines here||Read here|
|June 25, 2021||Government of Maharashtra||Maharashtra||Amid multiple cases of the new Delta Plus variant of Covid-19 being reported in different parts of the state, the Maharashtra government has issued a new order modifying its earlier order dated 4 June 2021, on the level of restrictions in the state.||Read here|
|June 23, 2021||Government of Gujarat||Gujarat||The Gujarat government has announced easing of restrictions and lifting of night curfew from 18 towns. Shops and business establishments, which were currently allowed to work till 7 pm, will be permitted to remain open till 9 pm in 18 cities where night curfew has been extended for a week.||Read here|
|June 23, 2021||
Government of Chandigarh
|Chandigarh||The Chandigarh administration has eased the imposed night curfew by 30 minutes. The timing of the corona curfew has been changed to 11pm to 5am on all days. Earlier, the night curfew was imposed between 10.30pm and 5am||Read here|
|June 23, 2021||
Government of Jharkhand
|Jharkhand||The Jharkhand government has extended ongoing Covid-induced restrictions under 'Swasthya Suraksha Saptah' till July 1.||Read here|
|June 22, 2021||
Government of Kerala
The Kerala government has announced further relaxations in the lockdown regulations, while cautioning the public against a possible third wave of the COVID-19 pandemic. The new relaxations would come into effect from Thursday, 24 June 2021.
|June 21, 2021||Government of Karnataka||Karnataka||Karnataka government has eased Covid-related curbs in Dakshina Kannada, Hassan, Davanagere, and Chamarajanagara districts. The state government allowed all shops to open from 6 am to 1 pm until 5 am of July 5, 2021.||Read here|
|June 21, 2021||Government of Assam||Assam||The Assam government has issued fresh set of guidelines on 21 June 2021 to check the spread of coronavirus.||Read here|
|June 21, 2021||Government of Bihar||Bihar||Bihar government has announced further easing of Covid -induced restrictions on the state. All government and non-government offices will be allowed to open with 100 per cent capacity. The relaxations have been allowed from June 23 to July 6, 2021.||Read here|
|June 20, 2021||
Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA)
DDMA has extended relaxations in Covid-19 restrictions in the city till 5 AM of June 28. As per the latest order, public parks, gardens, Bars shall reopen from June 21st. This development comes as part of a phased easing of restrictions that were imposed due to second wave of the Covid-19.
|June 20, 2021||Government of Karnataka||Karnataka||
Karnataka government has announced a further easing of lockdown restrictions in 19 of the 31 districts from June 21 in view of the decline in Covid19 cases.
All government and private offices shall function with 50% staff. All shops, commercial establishments, vehicle showrooms shall remain open till 5pm. Metro trains and buses will operate with 50% capacity.
|June 18, 2021||Government of Telangana||Telangana||Considering the declining covid cases, the State Cabinet on June 18th has decided to lift the lockdown completely w.e.f June 19th. Education department shall reopen all categories of educational institutions in the state from July 1 and the students are allowed to attend the classes physically.||Read here|
|June 17, 2021||Government of Orissa||Orissa||
Odisha will begin relaxing its Covid-19 lockdown restrictions partially from June 17th. The government has divided the state into two categories depending on the Covid-19 positivity rate for the unlocking.
With effect from June 17th, 17 districts in western and southern Odisha where total positivity rate and active caseload is low, the lockdown-like restrictions would be relaxed between 6am to 5pm. In rest of the 13 districts including capital city of Bhubaneswar, the relaxation would be between 6am to 1pm.
|June 17, 2021||Government of Maharashtra||Maharashtra||Considering the declining covid cases in Maharashtra, the State Government stated in its order dated June 17th that the DDMA may decide which level of restrictions should be imposed in their respective administrative units as per the order dated 4th June, 2021.||Download here|
|June 16, 2021||Government of Bihar||Bihar||Bihar government has announced more relaxations in the lockdown-related restrictions, but extended the night curfew for another one week- from June 16 to 22, as part of Unlock-3||Read here|
|June 16, 2021||Government of Punjab||Punjab||The Punjab government has relaxed lockdown guidelines in the state and allowed the economic activities to begin in the state from June 16, 2021. Restaurants, cinemas and gyms can open at 50% capacity. Night curfew will continue to remain in place daily in the state from 8 PM to 5 AM, and a weekend curfew from 8 PM Saturday to 5 AM on Monday||Read here|
|June 16, 2021||Government of India||India||Guidelines on Operationalization of COVID Care Services for Children & Adolescents issued by the Central government||Read here|
|June 16, 2021||Assam Government||Assam||Assam extends covid restrictions till 22 June 2021. The new guidelines issued by State Disaster Management Authority (ASDMA), will be in force from 5 am on June 16 till 5 am on June 22||Read here|
|June 15, 2021||Government of Uttar Pradesh||Uttar Pradesh||The Uttar Pradesh government has announced additional relaxations in the COVID-19 restrictions, revising night curfew timings and allowing restaurants to open from June 21. From June 21, the night restrictions on people's movement will be effective from 9 pm to 7 am.||Read here|
|June 14, 2021||Government of West Bengal||West Bengal||In view of the Covid-19 situation, West Bengal has extended the partial lockdown in the state from June 15 onwards to July 1, 2021.||Read here|
|June 14, 2021||Uttarakhand government||Uttarakhand||Uttarakhand government has decided to extend the covid-19 related curfew by one week till 22 June, 2021 with some relaxations||Read here|
|June 13, 2021||Government of Delhi||Delhi||
As part of the phased unlock plan in Delhi, all market activities will be allowed from Monday, but with certain restrictions. restaurants will reopen with 50% seating capacity. Delhi Metro will continue to ply with 50% of the capacity.
As per Delhi CM, situation will be assessed for one week. If cases increase, stricter restrictions will have to be reimposed, otherwise, relaxation shall continue.
|June 12, 2021||Government of Gujarat||Gujarat||
With the COVID-19 situation in the state now under control, the Gujarat government has released unlock guidelines. According to the notification issued by the state government, the restaurants and hotels in Gujarat will be allowed to remain open from 9 am to 7 pm. Offices allowed to open with 100 percent capacity
|June 12, 2021||Government of Goa||Goa||Goa government has extended the existing curfew in the state till 7 AM on June 21 with some more relaxations.||Read here|
|June 12, 2021||Government of Uttar Pradesh||Uttar Pradesh||UP’s night curfew will continue in all cities from 7 PM to 7 AM on weekdays. During weekends, UP will be under lockdown from Friday 7 PM till Monday 7 AM. Industrial units, essential services, pre-scheduled examinations, medical-related services, state-run public vehicles (with 50% capacity), and emergency health services will continue during weekend lockdown.||Read here|
|June 11, 2021||Brihanmumbai Muncipal Corporation||Mumbai||Mumbai will remain under level 3 restrictions till the cases come down to 100-200 cases per day.||Read here|
|June 10, 2021||Government of Karnataka||Karnataka||State Government has extended the existing statewide lockdown until June 21, 2021. Establishments and industries have been allowed to operate at 50 per cent capacity. While lockdown restrictions have been eased, night and weekend curfew will continue to remain in effect in all districts.||Read here|
|June 10, 2021||Gujarat Government||Gujarat||Gujarat government has decided to roll out fresh COVID-19 curbs in the state. To prevent the spread of the virus, a night curfew will be in place till June 26, 2021.||Read here|
|June 10, 2021||Government of Jharkhand||Jharkhand||The Jharkhand government has extended Covid-related lockdown-like restrictions till June 17, 2021 with some relaxations, including expanding time of opening of shops across the state by two hours till 4 pm,||Read here|
|June 10, 2021||Government of Karnataka||Karnataka||Covid-19 restrictions, currently in effect in Karnataka, would be relaxed in a graded manner in four or five phases starting from June 14, 2021. The existing lockdown is scheduled to end on June 14, 2021||Read here|
|June 8, 2021||Andhra Pradesh Government||Andhra Pradesh||The ongoing COVID-induced curfew in Andhra Pradesh which was in force till June 10 was extended till June 20, 2021 with some relaxations.||Read here|
|June 8, 2021||Government of Telangana||Telangana||The Telangana government has extended the Covid-related restrictions in the state for 10 more days till 20 June, 2021 amid a decline in the number of coronavirus cases in many parts of the state. The night curfew, from 6 pm to 6 am, will continue.||Read here|
|June 8, 2021||Government of Bihar||Bihar||Bihar government has decided to lift the lockdown in the state however the 7pm to 5am night curfew will continue. Government and private offices can open till 4pm with a capacity of 50%. Opening of shops is being extended to 5pm.||Read here|
|June 8, 2021||Madhya Pradesh Government||Madhya Pradesh||The Madhya Pradesh Government has extended the lockdown in the state till June 15, 2021. As part of the relaxations, the markets in Ujjain will remain open till 7 PM, whereas in Khargone, the individual shops will open on an odd-even basis.||Read here|
|June 8, 2021||Government of India||India||The Central government has issued Revised Guidelines for implementation of National COVID Vaccination Program wherein central government will provide free coronavirus vaccine to states for inoculation of all above the age of 18 from June 21.||Read here|
|June 7, 2021||Uttar Pradesh Government||Uttar Pradesh||The Uttar Pradesh government has lifted the Covid-imposed curfew from all districts. The night curfew from 7 pm to 7 am and weekend curfew (for the entire day) will, however, continue in all the districts||Read here|
|June 7, 2021||Government of Rajasthan||Rajasthan||Rajasthan government has announced certain relaxations to the COVID-19 restrictions imposed in the state effective from 8 June 2021. Government and private offices in the state can stay open till 4 pm with 50 per cent of staff presence. Parks will be open from 5 am to 8 am, and shops and commercial establishments of permitted categories will be open from 6 am to 4 pm||Read here|
|June 7, 2021||Government of Lucknow||Lucknow||Section 144 has been imposed in Lucknow in view of the concerning COVID-19 situation. The restriction will remain in place for a period of one month, up till July 6, 2021||Read here|
|June 7, 2021||Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC)||Mumbai||The Mumbai Municipal Corporation has issued break the chain guidelines effective from 7 June 2021.||Read here|
|June 7, 2021||Government of Punjab||Punjab||Punjab has extended covid restrictions till June 15 in the state, with some graded relaxations. Night curfew to remain in force from 7pm-6am on weekdays but regular curfew will continue on Sundays.||Read here|
|June 6, 2021||Government of Haryana||Haryana||The Haryana government has extended the lockdown in the state till June 14, but offered more relaxations in light of the consistent decline in the number of Covid cases including:
- Corporate offices have also been allowed to reopen with 50 per cent attendance.
- Religious places may open with 21 persons at one time with requisite safety norms.
- Gatherings in weddings, funerals/ cremations are allowed upto 21 persons.
|June 5, 2021||NCT of Delhi||NCT of Delhi||Curfew on movement of individuals has been extended until June 14, 2021||Download here|
|June 5, 2021||Government of Maharashtra||Maharashtra||Maharashtra To Unlock from Monday In Five Levels.||Download here|
|June 5, 2021||Government of Tamil Nadu||Tamil Nadu||T.N. extends lockdown till June 14, 2021 with relaxations.||Read here|
|June 3, 2021||Government of Kerala||Kerala||The Kerala government has decided to impose some tougher restrictions from June 5 to 9, 2021 in order to bring down the test positivity rate, Only the shops selling essential commodities will be allowed to function from June 5 to June 9. All other shops which have been given permission now to open will close at 7pm on June 4.||Read here|
|June 3, 2021||Government of Gujarat||Gujarat||Gujarat government has announced that the night curfew (9 pm to 6 am) will be imposed in the 36 cities of the state from 4th June to 11th June, 2021.||Read here|
|June 3, 2021||Government of Karnataka||Karnataka||The ongoing lockdown in Karnataka has been extended till June 14, 2021||Read here|
|June 1, 2021||Pune Municipal Corporation||Pune||The Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) has decided to relax lockdown restrictions in the city from June 1 by allowing all shops, in essential and non-essential categories, to remain open from 7 am to 2 pm. However, there will be restrictions on public movement from 3 pm every day.||Read here|
|June 1, 2021||Government of Rajasthan||Rajasthan||
Rajasthan government has issued guidelines to start the "unlock" process by easing certain restrictions from June 2, 2021.
According to the guidelines for the modified lockdown, exemption for various activities will be given only in areas where the positivity rate is less than 10 percent or the use of oxygen, ICU and ventilator beds is less than 60 percent.
All government offices of the state will open from 9:30 AM to 4 PM with the presence of 25 percent employees till June 7, and after that with 50 percent employees, private offices can be opened up to 2 PM with the presence of 25 percent employees.
|June 1, 2021||Government of Madhya Pradesh||Madhya Pradesh||Madhya Pradesh extends ‘corona curfew’ till June 15, 2021 with certain relaxations.||Read here|