Jharkhand government..,on Tuesday after examining the situation of coronavirus in the state, the Jharkhand administration extended its lock-down restrictions to 10 June and gave a few relaxations.
It is the fourth time, in particular, that the restrictions were extended for the first time on a week on 22 April. The decision to prolong the lock-down was made by the Chief Minister Hemant Soren at a meeting of the State Disaster Management Authority.
It was scheduled to conclude the continuing actions on 3 June. The State government issued a notification that the ‘Week of Health Safety’ has now been extended to 10 June. The stores in 15 districts from 6 am to 2 pm are now open in some conditions as a part of relaxation.
However, shops other than clothes, jewellery and shoes were allowed in the other nine districts, such as Ranchi, Jamshedpur, Hazaribag and Dhanbad, which witness a large number of deaths.
In order to do this, the state government said that travel standards have also been relaxed and e-passes for interdistrict movement are not necessary.
The development occurs on Tuesday when Jharkhand reported 14 new COVID-19 deaths and the downward trend of deaths continues, with another 831 tests showing positive. There were 4,991, with the death rate ranging from 3,37,774.
The state had 19 deaths the previous day, the lowest in a single day of last month and 13 deaths the day before. The mandate to the countries to procure medicines against cooperative federalization was described by Chief Minister Hemant Soren, in a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi.