Grocery shops will open, schools, colleges, cinemas, malls are closed; Curfew from Saturday night to 6 am Monday; Separate rules for districts with less than 5% and more infections
In Madhya Pradesh, from June 1, the process of unlocking is starting in the state. The government has sent the unlocked state level guidelines to the Crisis Management groups of all the districts. Accordingly, grocery stores will be opened in the state. School-colleges, cinema halls and shopping malls will remain closed for now. There will be a curfew every Saturday night from 10 am to 6 am Monday. The government has issued separate guidelines for districts with a 5% higher weekly infection rate and lower infection rates. The infection rate in Indore, Bhopal, Sagar and Morena is more than 5%.
According to the guideline issued by the Home Department, by the evening of May 30, all the Crisis Management Groups will discuss and issue orders in every district on May 31 after taking a decision regarding the unlock process. Earlier, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan said, if the infection increases anywhere, the restrictions will be re-enforced.
In the order of the Home Department, it has been said that wholesale vegetable and fruit markets in every district will be able to run on the open space fixed by the district administration. But at the district level, traditionally the condition of following the Kovid protocol in the market will apply.