Gujarat Lockdown 4.0 Guidelines
lockdown 4.0, Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani said that the relaxations during the next phase of lockdown will be based on two criteria; containment zone and non-containment zone with conditional permission to resume public transport, opening of private offices, shops outside containment zones.
"All industrial and commercial activities will be allowed in non-containment zones. Restriction will be based on containment and non containment zones," he told India TV.
Ahmedabad and Surat will have a different set of rules as the numbers of cases in both the cities are high, he said.

Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani has announced a slew of relaxations for the state for lockdown 4 beginning today. The state has been largely divided into two segments- Containment and Non-Containment Zones.

There is no relaxation in containment zones other than what has been allowed during the lockdown period. However the containment zones will be reviewed from time to time. 7 pm to 7 am curfew remains in force across both zones.

What is open?
1. In containment zones, shops selling essential items will remain open from morning 8 am to afternoon 3pm.
2. All shops and businesses will be open in non containment zones from 8 am to 4pm.
3. Auto-rickshaws allowed, except in Ahmedabad and Surat, with a maximum of two passengers in each auto.
4. Market and shops to be opened on odd-even basis and at no time more than five people should be in any shop.
5. Areas outside containment zone on the western bank of Sabarmati in Ahmedabad can open shops and businesses on odd-even basis. But no relaxation on the eastern bank of Sabarmati in Ahmedabad.
6. State transport buses will start across the state except in Ahmedabad due to high number of cases
7. Marriages with 50 people and funerals with 20 people
8. Paan Cigarettes shops.
9. Public libraries .
10. Cab aggregators with driver plus two passengers are allowed, except in containment areas and in eastern Ahmedabad.
11. Haircutting salons.
12. Home delivery for restaurants
13. Private offices with 33 percent attendance.
14. All repair shops garages outside containment zones.
15. Textile markets in Surat outside containment zones on odd even basis.
16. Diamond industry to be opened with 50 percent staff.
17. Goods transporters.
18. N-95 masks and 3 layer masks to be sold from Amul Milk parlours.

What is not
1.Schools and colleges.
2 Gyms and swimming pools.
3. Shopping malls.
4. Parks.
5. Religious places.
6. Cultural events.
7. Buses, except in the containment zones.
8. People living in containment zones will not be allowed to go out for work.

Rupani said that he had a wide discussion with wholesale association, chamber of commerce, industrial association, retailer associaion, diamond associaion, textile associaion to start economic activity in the state.

The Gujarat government on Monday issued guidelines for the fourth phase of lockdown, announcing that the state will have containment and non-containment zones, with only essential services allowed in the former. 

While schools, colleges, shopping malls and gyms will remain closed, as directed in the MHA guidelines, barber shops and salons have been allowed to open in non-containment zones, announced Chief Minister Vijay Rupani.  

He further annonced that restaurants can open, but only home delivery of food will be allowed. "Restaurants can open but only for home delivery of food. The food delivery agents must have a health card. Restaurants on highways can be open but social distancing to be maintained," he said.  

Rupani had said on Sunday that Gujarat will be divided into containment and non-containment zones, and economic activities will be allowed in non-containment zones in the state during the extended lockdown period as the per the Centre's guidelines. 

He said that people not wearing masks and those spitting in public places will be fined Rs 200 for the violations. Gujarat has so far reported over 11,000 confirmed cases of coronavirus along with over 650 deaths. 

The guidelines came after the Centre empowered the states to delineate red, orange and green zones. In the guidelines issued by the MHA on Sunday, it said that district and civic authorities will identify the containment and buffer zones. 

Within the containment zones, strict perimeter control shall be maintained, and no movement of persons would be allowed, except for medical emergencies and for maintaining supply of essential goods and services.

Inter- and intra-state movement of public vehicles with conditions and reopening of all shops except those in malls and COVID-19 containment zones has been allowed by the Centre. However, educational institutions, gyms and shopping malls, along with air and metro services and public gatherings continue to remain shut across the country will May 31.  

Gujarat Lockdown 4.0 Guidelines
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Rupani also appealed to people in containment zone to follow rules so that those areas can also be converted into green zone.