The Deputy Commissioner Dr. S B Bommanhalli has issued an order which states –
All non-essential activities (Shops/offices) will continue to remain strictly prohibited between 7 pm and 7 am in all areas.
Shops- Non-Essentials can function from 7 AM to 7 PM only. (Means al the shops)
The lock down has been extended upto 17-05-2020 and Not more than 5 persons should gather at any point of time, otherwise, violators would be charged under various acts.
No activities will be allowed in the Containment zones.
Some points each one must follow when they open the shops –
Social Distancing to be Followed in all shops and if feasible use infrared thermometers and always make use of sanitizers for both employees and customers.
Four wheelers, including taxis, with one driver and two passengers, will be allowed.
Buses will not be allowed.
Liquor stores will be allowed to open 9 AM to 7PM
E-commerce will be allowed for both essential and non-essential items.
The inter-district movement of individuals and vehicles is allowed only for permitted activities.
Movement of individuals/vehicles for permitted activities (Two persons besides the driver for four-wheelers and no pillion riding for two-wheelers).
All economic activities that have been permitted in red zones will also be allowed to resume in orange zones
SEZs, EOUs, and manufacturing units of essential goods, IT hardware, jute and packaging material can function.
In orange zones, only in-situ construction will be allowed in urban areas apart from construction of renewable energy projects.
All government offices will be allowed to function as per the norms defined for red zones.
Schools, colleges, coaching/training centres, cinema halls, gyms, malls, and places of worship Will be Closed.
Hospitals (OPDs) and medical clinics have been allowed to operate, irrespective of zones, with the exception of containment zones.
Special economic zones, export-oriented units, industrial estates/townships with access control in urban areas that fall into red zones have been permitted to resume operations. Manufacturing units producing essential goods (medical devices, pharmaceuticals) are also allowed to function in red zones.
Construction activities in rural areas that fall in red zones, has been permitted only to in-situ construction where the workers are available on site. The construction of renewable energy projects is also allowed.
All industrial and construction activities in rural areas that fall in red zones have been allowed. These include MNREGA works, food-processing units and brick kilns.
In Red zones, all agriculture and animal husbandry (including inland and marine fisheries) activities, inclusive of their supply chain, will be able to function.
All health services, including AYUSH, have been permitted to operate in red zones.
Banks, NBFCs, insurance and capital market activities along with credit co-operative societies will function in red zones.
In red zones, homes for children, senior citizens and widows (including Anganwadis) have been allowed to function.
Apart from courier/postal services, public utility offices (including internet) will remain open in red zones.
The MHA order further clarifies that print and electronic media, IT and IT-enabled services, data and call centres, cold storage and warehousing services, private security and facility management services, and services provided by self-employed persons, except for barbers are permitted in red zones.