The Covid-19 cases in India have dropped down considerably for the past few days, as the country has recently reported less than 1,50,000 cases which is one of the least, recorded yet.
However, considering this, various states in the country are 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.
Regions such as Haryana, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Puducherry, Karnataka, Himachal Pradesh, Maharashtra, Arunachal Pradesh, and Goa have decided to continue with their lockdown restrictions for one more week, i.e., until 7th June 2021.
Delhi and Madhya Pradesh (MP) have decided to continue with the unlock process, while the lockdown will continue until 7th June in Delhi too. But, only the construction and industrial manufacturing process will commence where the laborers will be allowed to travel to their workplaces carrying their e-pass.