Western Indian states of Goa, Gujarat, and Maharashtra continue COVID-19 measures. Gujarat officials have extended the ongoing curfew, active in 36 cities, through May 18. Bans on nonessential activity are underway across Goa and Maharashtra states. Cargo transit, permitted industries, and workplaces requiring night operations are typically unaffected by the measures, though transport and delivery services may face limit.
Nationwide controls on nonessential activity will continue in containment areas with increased COVID-19 cases through May 31. Movement from affected areas remains restricted only to select transit points and for essential purposes. All public and nonessential private transport remain banned. Essential business may still operate but with limited staffing. Citizens are encouraged to stay home and use delivery services as much as possible. Officials are also maintaining commercial and gathering controls in lower-risk areas. States are also implementing enhanced tracing, testing, and quarantine protocols for high-risk domestic locations and international arrivals, mainly from Brazil, Europe, the Middle East, South Africa, and the UK, due to concerns over new variants of COVID-19.
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