Lockdown 3.0: Full List Of Red, Orange, Green Zones In Jharkhand With Permitted, Prohibited Activities

Check out Red, Orange, Green Zone districts in Jharkhand and the list of permitted, prohibited activities.

Coronavirus cases are increasing in Jharkhand each day. A total of 111 positive cases have been reported in 11 districts of Jharkhand, out of which 20 have been cured as on 2nd May 2020, whereas the death toll has risen up to 3. The Hindpiri region of the Ranchi district has been identified as a hotspot.

Meanwhile, the central government has extended the nationwide lockdown by another two weeks. The third phase of the lockdown is supposed to extend till 17th May 2020.

The government will follow a district-wise zone classification system in which all the districts will be classified under Red, Orange, and Green zone on the basis of COVID-19 cases and various restrictions and relaxations will be imposed on the basis of zones. The containment areas falling under Red and Orange zones will have additional restrictions. However, the zone classification is subject to change and will be revised on a weekly basis.

What Is A Green Zone?

Green Zones are districts with zero confirmed cases to date or districts with no confirmed cases in the last 21 days.

What Is A Red Zone?

Red Zones are districts with higher active cases, doubling rates of confirmed cases.

What Is An Orange Zone?

Districts that are neither defined as Red nor Green zones are classified as Orange Zones.

What Is A Containment Zone?

Containment Zone is a specific region where positive coronavirus cases are found. A Hotspot is converted into a Containment Zone whereas a Containment Zone need not always be a Hotspot. The authorities may declare some regions as containment zone even if it has one case.

What Is A Hot Spot?

The areas with more than 6 positive cases of coronavirus are classified as Hot Spots.

List Of Districts In Red, Orange, and Green Zone In Jharkhand

Red ZoneOrange ZoneGreen Zone
RanchiBokaroChatra
GarhwaDumka
DhanbadEast Singhbhum
DeogharGodda
HazaribaghGumla
SimdegaLatehar
GiridihLohardaga
KodermaPakur
JamtaraPalamu
Sahebganj
Saraikela Kharsawan
West Singhbhum
Khunti
Ramgarh

Activities Allowed And Restricted On The Basis Of Zones

ActivityGreenOrangeRedContainment
Travel – Air, Train, MetroNoNoNoNo
Inter-state Road MovementNoNoNoNo
Education InstitutuonsNoNoNoNo
Hospitality – Hotels, Cinemas, MallsNoNoNoNo
Worship PlacesNoNoNoNo
Large GatheringsNoNoNoNo
Babershop, SpaYesYesNoNo
Outing – 7 PM to 7 AMNoNoNoNo
Outing – Age>65
Age<10
Pregnant
NoNoNoNo
Medical Clinic
OPD
YesYesYesNo
Auto, Taxi1+11+1NoNo
4 Wheeler1+21+2NoNo
2 Wheeler1+11+11+0No
Inter-district Bus50%50%NoNo
Intra-district Bus50%50%NoNo
Industrial With Access ControlYesYesYesNo
Urban IndustriesYesYesYesNo
Urban In-situ IndustriesYesYesYesNo
Urban Single Non -Essential ShopsYesYesYesNo
E-commerce Essential GoodsYesYesYesNo
Private and Government Non CoreYesYes33%No
Agriculture ActivitiesYesYesYesNo
Bank And Finance SectorYesYesYesNo
Courier And Postal ServicesYesYesYesNo
Goods TrafficYesYesYesNo

Monalisa Bose Roy

A travel blogger cum financial expert with a vision to encourage tourism in Eastern India. Bose was born and brought up in the steel city of Jamshedpur, located in the Indian state of Jharkhand. Being born in the Eastern region, Bose has visited a lot of lesser-known places in the region. By her writing, she tries to spread awareness about those undiscovered gems of Eastern India.

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