Guwahati: Considering the latest directives issued by the Union ministry of home affairs, Assam State Disaster Management Authority (ASDMA) also issued the guidenlines for Unlock 3 on Thursday, bringing in several relaxations in the state.
The order, effective from 5 am on August 16 to 9.30 pm on August 31, offers several relaxations across the state.
Curfew hours have been reduced, the one-side shop opening rule has been removed, and more. Check the detailed list here:
- All permitted activities mentioned in our earlier orders shall continue to be allowed between 5 AM and 9-00 PM between Monday and Friday. Restrictions of one side of the street is withdrawn.
- Inter District movement of passenger vehicles and people are allowed between Monday and Friday only. Inter-District movement of vehicles is allowed with 50% capacity.
- City buses are allowed subject to maintenance of all COVID19 protocols and social distancing and with 50% capacity.
- Public transport is allowed subject to maintenance of all COVID19 protocols and social distancing with 50% capacity.
- Movement of individuals shall remain strictly prohibited between 9-30 PM (2130Hrs) and 5-00 AM (0500 Hrs);
- Spitting in public places, consumption of tobacco and liquor products shall be strictly prohibited.
- Social Political Sports/ Entertainment Academic Religious functions and other large congregations numbering more than 50 persons shall remain prohibited.
- Cinema Halls, Swimming Pools, Entertainment Parks, Theatres, Auditoriums, Assembly Halls and similar places of public gathering shall remain closed
- No activities are allowed in Containment Zones and entry and exit from such zones are strictly prohibited
- No movement of individuals shall be allowed on Saturday and Sunday at any time all over the State.
Persons above 65 and children below 10 are advised to stay indoors except for unavoidable health reasons.
Wearing of face cover is compulsory in public places, in workplaces and public transport etc. Violation will attract a fine of Rs. 1000 for the first offence.