Update from India – Lockdown until May 3, Rural Markets Open, Dashboard Still Red
By Shawn Blore - April 25, 2020
India has extended its nationwide lockdown until May 3, at the same time relaxing some restrictions on neighbourhood shops and in markets in rural areas less affected by COVID-19. The lockdown continues in full force in hotspots and containment zones across the country. The government of Maharashtra state meanwhile announced that the lockdown of Mumbai and Pune will likely continue until May 18. Mumbai is home to the Shirpur Gold Refinery and a centre of India’s gold industry.
In the AGC World Gold Trading Hubs Dashboard, India’s status remains Red (stopped)
 http://pibphoto.nic.in/documents/rlink/2020/apr/p202042501.pdf; https://www.nytimes.com/2020/04/25/world/coronavirus-news.html?action=click&module=Spotlight&pgtype=Homepage#link-7b9f037d