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The COVID-19 crisis in India is one that is rapidly evolving and has witnessed policy course corrections with minimal notice. Business continuity planning, therefore, needs to reflect upon the need for a phased approach that can absorb government policy changes in the wake of recurrent spikes in the viral outbreak over the medium term.

The doubling time would depend on when and to what extent lockdown is relaxed in various parts of the country. While the Ministry of Home Affairs has released the general guidelines to partially ease the restrictions, state- and union territory-level governments can opt to modify the relaxation or amend the easing of measures depending on their specific situation.

With over 40,000 confirmed cases and over 1200 deaths as of 4th May 2020, India’s road to recovery appears distant; yet ‘saving lives’ needs to go hand-in-hand with ‘saving livelihoods’. This MitKat Report highlights best practices for corporates across all business sectors in terms of adjusting to the ‘new normal’.

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