As per fresh guidelines, vehicles will be allowed to pass through the Pondugala check-post in Dachepalli for 12 hours starting 7 am, and also from the temporary check-post near Nagarjunasagar.
Some have even made it mandatory for their members to furnish their medical history and give an undertaking that they are not infected by coronavirus.
COVID-19 'Unlock 3.0': Gyms allowed to reopen but schools, metro, cinema to remain shut till August 31
After extensive consultation with states and union territories, it has been decided that schools, colleges and coaching institutions will remain closed till August 31, the Union Home Ministry said.
Written and directed by Abhijit Das, the films have actors from India, USA, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sweden and the UK telling their stories, unravelling a secret trapped in the lockdown.
It also announced summer vacation in all government and private schools from July 1 to July 26 for teaching and administrative staff who had been attending schools.
Educational institutions, metros services, cinema halls, gyms, sports, cultural, religious gathering closed till July 31
CM Mamata Banerjee said the Changrabandha checkpoint on the Bangladesh-India border in Coochbehar district will be opened from Wednesday for normal business.
Earlier, the mosque had reopened on June 8 after a gap of over two months with the government allowing further relaxations as part of unlock 1.0.
Positive cases stand at 6,25,544 including 2,27,439 active cases, 3,79,892 cured/discharged/migrated and 18213 deaths, as per the latest Ministry of Health and Family Welfare data.
Night curfew across Odisha has been eased by two hours and will now be effective from 9 pm to 5 am instead of 7 pm to 5 am earlier.
In his address to the nation, Modi said that as India enters into 'Unlock Two' more economic activities will be allowed.
In address to the nation, the Prime Minister also asked people to be careful against cough and cold in the rainy season.
Police officers, dist admins asked to show zero tolerance towards people not wearing masks, violators of social distancing norms.
The ministry said that domestic flights and passenger trains have already been allowed in a limited manner and their operations will be further expanded slowly.
He noted that with reduced restrictions, indicators of economic performance are showing signs of revival.