New Delhi: Malls, restaurants and places of worship can re-open on June 8 except in areas with the most number of coronavirus cases, the government said, extending the nationwide lockdown till Jun 30, with a phased plan to unlock India.
All activities banned earlier will open in phases, the home ministry said in new guidelines on Saturday, a day before the current phase of lockdown ends.
Night curfew will stay, but timings will be changed to 9 pm - 5 am from the existing 7 pm - 7 am.
Cinemas, schools, and international flights will reopen after an assessment in the next few weeks. A decision on reopening schools and colleges will be taken in July.
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