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Here are India’s essential services guidelines for the 21-day coronavirus lockdown

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The Indian government today (March 24) issued a list of guidelines to be followed by various ministries in the wake of the 21-day lockdown announced in the country.

The guidelines were issued by India’s ministry of home affairs and mainly referred to essential services that will remain open over the next three weeks.

The lockdown was announced by prime minister Narendra Modi in the context of the global coronavirus pandemic.

Ministry of Home Affairs
Ministry of Home Affairs
Ministry of Home Affairs

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