Trains and launches and inter-district buses remain closed as before. However, public transport will be able to operate inside the district with half the passengers in compliance with the health rules.
To curb the rise of coronavirus infection, the second step in the strict curfew is to ban people from leaving the country without emergency work in the country from April 14, which is known as 'universal' lockdown.
Although these restrictions allow manufacturing industries to operate in accordance with hygiene regulations, public and private offices are closed except for those providing emergency services.
All departments and agencies involved in revenue collection of the government will also be covered under the 'emergency service', the notification said on Sunday.
Initially, there were instructions to close shopping malls and other shops in Lockdown, but from April 25, shops and shopping malls were allowed to reopen in accordance with the health rules.
Food shops and hotels-restaurants will only be able to sell or deliver food (takeaway or online), the notification said on Sunday.
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