Lockdown Status by State

Here's the full list of states and cities under lockdown and night curfew:

Delhi Lockdown 2021

In the light of the constant boom in the number of COVID-19 cases, Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal imposed a complete lockdown till Monday (May 3) in the national capital. Earlier, the lockdown was imposed till April 26 (Monday) in order to control the transmission of coronavirus in Delhi, but it was extended due to the rise in the number of new cases. Currently, there are around 97,977 active cases in Delhi.

Jammu and Kashmir Lockdown 2021

The Jammu and Kashmir government has imposed a 'Corona curfew' in eleven districts of the Union Territory (UT) from April 29 till May 3. The districts where lockdown has been curfew-like lockdown has been imposed are Srinagar, Anantnag, Baramulla, Budgam, Kulgam, Pulwama, Ganderbal in Kashmir Valley, whereas Jammu, Kathua, Reasi and Udhampur in Jammu division.

Uttar Pradesh Lockdown 2021

The Yogi Adityanath-led government announced a complete lockdown in the state from Friday, April 30 to May 4. On Wednesday, around 29,824 new cases were recorded in Uttar Pradesh. A complete lockdown has been imposed across the state, including Lucknow, Kanpur, Varanasi and more, which are a few of the most affected cities due to coronavirus. Along with the lockdown, the state has also been observing night curfew for the past two weeks.

Maharashtra Lockdown 2021

As the state reported the highest number of coronavirus cases in the second wave, Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray announced a curfew-like lockdown where only essential services are permitted.

Earlier, the lockdown was announced from April 14 to May 1, but now the government has extended the lockdown with restrictions till May 15. CM has also directed the district administrations to prepare for the third wave of the pandemic.

Kerala Lockdown 2021

The state government in Kerala has imposed a night curfew between 9 PM and 5 AM from April 20. Only essential services have been exempted from the curfew.

Tamil Nadu Lockdown 2021

Tamil Nadu announced a curfew and COVID-related travel restrictions from April 26, across the state. A complete weekend lockdown has also been announced in the state, except for the essential services.

Karnataka Lockdown 2021

The Karnataka government also announced a 14-day lockdown in the state that started on April 27. Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa chaired a meeting with several leaders and announced that the state would remain under lockdown for 14 days, in order to control the surge in the COVID-19 cases.

Telangana Lockdown 2021

The state government of Telangana has imposed a lockdown till May 1. All offices, shops and restaurants are allowed to remain open till 8 PM during the lockdown. Only essential services such as pharmacies, diagnostic labs and hospitals are allowed during the lockdown.

Jharkhand Lockdown 2021

Jharkhand CM Hemant Soren imposed a complete lockdown, exempting essential services in the state till May 6. Earlier, the lockdown was announced from April 22 to April 29.

Goa Lockdown 2021

As the state observed a surge in the number of COVID-19 cases, the Goa government announced a strict lockdown from April 29 till May 3. Chief Minister Pramod Sawant revealed that the essential services and industries will remain open during this period.

Haryana Lockdown 2021

The Haryana government has imposed strict COVID-19 restrictions in the state till May 31. According to ANI, "Colleges, coaching institutions, ITIs, libraries, training institutes, whether govt or private, to remain closed in the State up to 31st May. All Anganwadi centres and creches under the Women and Child Development Department will also remain closed till 31st May."

Gujarat Lockdown 2021

The Gujarat government has imposed a 'mini lockdown' in several cities across the state. Cities such as Ahmedabad, Surat, Rajkot, Vadodara, Jamnagar, Bhavnagar, Junagarh, Gandhinagar and others will be under lockdown till May 5.

States under Night Curfew

While some of the state governments have imposed lockdown in the cities, some have implemented a strict curfew. States such as Nagaland, Tripura, Punjab, Himachal Pradesh, Assam and others are observing night curfew in order to control the spread of coronavirus transmission. The Bihar government has also imposed a curfew from 6 PM to 6 AM along with new COVID-19 guidelines. more  

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Yes, we find political Pandit ( like prashant kishore) is capitalizing the list of voters. 1.No body should be given the whole list of any state voters list. 2.This is a fundamental right in constitution. 3.Holding voters details by any other is illegal and punishable more  
Name of MP missing from the list. MP is under lockdown till May 7th; as 8th& 9th are Saturday & Sunday hence we can say MP is under lockdown till 6 AM of 10th May 21. more  
Hi everyone, don't you all think we should now call it covid 20 and not 19? Secondly, I fully support Umesh Kumar and his thoughts. Pune, the worst affected city is still roaming around with hundreds of vehicles and if you tell people to mask up, you are either insulted or threatened so it is only thru the stick that they will conform and learn. Here's to the stick! more  
I feel through local circles, members must come out with useful suggestions rather than displaying data which is already in the public domain. Let's work and move towards improving the situation and reducing the covid cases by enlightening people about how to prevent the virus spread. We need to educate citizens to mask up when they are out in public, maintaining social distancing, cleanliness etc. Certainly people must refrain from gathering, if possible, defer such events. Similarly people must step out only in case of utmost must situations. more  
Here are people who remain positive even in worst times like Ms Sarita whereas there are others who are born whiners. They always focus what is wrong with this, do not trust the efforts and achievements human race over million and millions of years. They spread negativity through their written and spoken words to create panic in the minds of the weak and feel they are serving the society. NO. BIG NO. They are parasites eating at the vitals of society built over millions and millions years' efforts of billions of humans. For them, fear of death haunts throughout life and they keep dying inch by inch daily mentally. Physical death descends once in life. Who is born , has to die. Can anybody escape it? Yes, it can come today or after 10 or 20 years. Welcome it as we welcome the newly webbed bride Why to panic self and others in family or network? Let's spread hope, the rare gem that makes the life cheerful. more  
Covid 19 is a challenge as an enemy is a challenge.

I don't fear the army of lions led by a sheep,

but
I fear the army of sheep led by a lion said Abrahim Lincon, one of the past Presidents of USA.

We are led by a lion and army of Covid will be defeated definitely.💐 more  
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