The Covid-19 cases in India have dropped down considerably for the past few days, also the death toll has shown a fall, as the country has recently reported 1 lakh Covid-19 cases.
The northern and western regions of the country have shown the sign of victory against the Coronavirus pandemic, however, the eastern and southern regions are still in a fight to curb the Covid-19 cases in the state.
However, considering this, various states in the country are still planning to continue with the restrictions imposed or the lockdowns, while the states and regions with less caseload have decided to commence with the unlock process.
States such as Uttrakhand, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Goa, and Himachal Pradesh have decided to extend their restrictions until 14th June.
While the national capital Delhi has commenced with its unlock process where the markets and malls will open, but certain restrictions and guidelines, moreover, the Delhi Metro has been operational once again from today i.e., 7th June onwards.
Excluding the 11 districts with less caseload in Tamil Nadu, other regions are still under lockdown, 4 regions of UP including Lucknow, Gorakhpur, Meerut, and Saharanpur are under restrictions, rest of the regions of the state are underway the unlock process.