Across India 548 districts lockdown due to covid-19 says PIB India

548 districts lockdown in India. on 23rd March 2020 at 2130 hrs Press Information Burea (PIB) released a summary i.e State/UTs with a lockdown on all districts and states/ UTs with the closure of certain areas because of Covid-19. So citizens from lockdown states/ districts follow the orders of state government and central government.

States/ UTs with Lockdown on all districts  

Chandigarh

Delhi

Goa

Jammu & Kashmir

Nagaland

Rajasthan

Uttarakhand

West Bengal

Ladakh

Jharkhand

Arunachal Pradesh

Bihar

Tripura

Telangana

Chattisgarh

Punjab

Himachal Pradesh

Maharashtra

Andhra Pradesh

Meghalaya

Manipur

Tamil Nadu

Kerala

Haryana

Daman Diu & Dadra & Nagar Haveli

Puducherry

Andaman & Nicobar Islands

Gujarat

Karnataka

Assam

States/ UTs with Closure of Certain Areas 

UP

MP

Odisha

States/ UTs with a lockdown on Certain activities 

Lakshadweep

Across India 548 districts lockdown due to covid-19. Check Summary

In India covid-19 cases 446 active covid-19 cases are reported, 9 death cases reported.

States/ UT with complete lockdown- 30 (548 districts)

State/ UTs with some districts lockdown-3 (58 districts) {UP-16, MP-37 districts, Odisha 5 districts + 6 municipal jurisdictions}

Partial lockdown-1 (1 district) {Lakshadweep- 1 district-movement of passenger ships only banned;- section 144 cr PC imposed)

States/ UTs Yet to issue order-2 (12 districts), Sikkim (4), Mizoram (8)};

Covid-19 Kerala Update 23rd March 2020

The government of Kerala also announced a complete state lockdown because of the outbreaking novel coronavirus. So lockdown in the entire state of Kerala with immediate effect till 31.03.2020 at 24.00 hrs people follow these regulations and measures during the period

1). Not more than one adult person will be permitted in private vehicle excluding the person driving the vehicle

2). More than 5 persons in public are prohibited including ones relating to festivals, religious and social gatherings.

The following shops/ establishments providing essential goods and services shall be excluded from the above restrictions

a). Bank/ ATMs

b). Print and electronic media

c). Telecom, Postal and internet services

d). Supply chain and transport of essential commodities

check more Kerala Lockdown rules 

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