Folks within the state can store for important objects at close by markets between 6 am and 11 am
The COVID-19 lockdown in Odisha has been prolonged until 17 June. Beforehand, the lockdown was supposed to finish on 1 June. As reported by Mint, Odisha chief secretary SC Mohapatra stated that just like the earlier two phases, the third part of the lockdown is geared toward proscribing the motion of individuals, not items.
According to a report in Hindustan Times, Mohapatra stated that the state needed to face the twin disaster of COVID-19 and Cyclone Yaas final week. The chief secretary added that the positivity charge within the state has dropped, nonetheless, it faces the danger of an infection from neighbouring states and thus, the lockdown has been prolonged.
He additionally urged residents of the state to not enterprise out for procuring forward of the Savitri and Raja festivals that are going to be celebrated within the month of June.
Right here is the listing of permissible actions throughout the COVID-19 lockdown in Odisha:
Folks within the state can store for important objects at close by markets between 6 am and 11 am. The time has been lowered from six hours to 5 hours on this part of the lockdown.
A most of 20 folks is allowed to attend funeral, final rites and thread ceremony.
Weddings can occur solely within the presence of 25 folks, together with the bride, groom and priest. Beforehand, 50 people were allowed at weddings.
Company at these features won’t be allowed to feast collectively. Nevertheless, takeaway meals packets might be given to them after the operate.
There will probably be an entire weekend shutdown within the state throughout which solely medical amenities and shops together with hospitals will probably be allowed to function.