States announce own rules during lockdown 4.0, most permit public transport : India
The total number of coronavirus cases in India inched towards 1 lakh with over 3,000 deaths, even as the fourth phase of the nationwide lockdown began. Many states allowed significant relaxations in the lockdown, such as permitting public transport to ply and shops to open in a staggered manner. The exceon was Maharashtra, which opened only its green zones to economic activity, due to its huge number of cases.
Here’s a list of what’s allowed and what’s prohibited during lockdown 4.0.
Four migrant labourers were killed and 15 injured in a road accident in Yavatmal district in Maharashtra early on Tuesday, after the bus they were travelling in crashed into a truck.
The number of deaths due to the coronavirus crossed 90,000 in the United States, by far the highest for any country. However, the country recorded 759 deaths on Monday, down from 820 on Sunday.
Globally, Covid-19 has infected over 48 lakh people, and killed more than 3.18 lakh as of Tuesday morning, according to a tracker by the Johns Hopkins University.
The national helpline number for the coronavirus is 011-23978046, and a toll-free number 1075.
Here are the helpline numbers for states and the Union Territories.