Priya Rajput
on 17/05/20, 8:50 am

Lockdown 4.0 Live Update: 30 Municipal Areas, including Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Kolkata, Under New Red Zones

With lockdown 3.0 closure on Sunday night, these 30 urban communities the nation over are probably going to have the greatest limitations during the following period of the lockdown destined to be set up from May 18. The purpose behind insignificant relaxations in these 30 civil territories is the high centralization of Covid-19 cases which have been recognized in these urban areas. The vast majority of these urban communities have various zones which are still regulation zones or fall under red zones. In spite of the fact that some of them have not detailed new coronavirus positive cases for quite a while, there are others where the quantity of positive patients builds step by step. 

Thirty civil regions including metro urban communities Mumbai, Delhi and Kolkata represent practically 80% of India's coronavirus cases and are probably going to have the most extreme limitations under the House Service's lockdown 4.0 guidelines, as indicated by the Association wellbeing service. 

The third round of the lockdown, first forced on Walk 24 12 PM, is because of end in around 24 hours. 

These 30 urban areas in different states will have the most extreme limitations during lockdown 4.0. 

1. Greater Mumbai 

2. Greater Chennai 

3. Ahmedabad 

4. Thane 

5. Delhi 

6. Indore 

7. Pune 

8. Kolkata 

9. Jaipur 

10. Nashik 

11. Jodhpur 

12. Agra 

13. Tiruvallur 

14. Aurangabad 

15. Cuddalore 

16. Greater Hyderabad 

17. Surat 

18. Chengalpattu 

19. Ariyalur 

20. Howrah 

21 Kurnool 

22. Bhopal 

23. Amritsar 

24. Villupuram 

25. Vadodara 

26. Udaipur 

27. Palghar 

28. Berhampur 

29. Solapur 

30. Meerut 

The rules for lockdown 4.0 have been planned by the Association government to begin financial action at a halt for more than 54 days now and simultaneously proceed with a portion of the limitations in civil regions that have detailed a huge extent of Covid-19 positive cases. 

These 30 urban areas are spread across 12 states. Maharashtra and Tamil Nadu represent more than 33% of these regions. Gujarat and Rajasthan have three urban communities each in the rundown and West Bengal has Kolkata and Howrah—the two principle urban communities of the eastern state.