Emergency service units around hospitals will stay open, confirmed the Retail Distributors Chemists Association.
Though the health ministry intervened on May 29, chemists refused to call the strike off "at such short notice and without any assurance".
All-India chemists' strike on May 30
The government's new proposals
One of them is the mandatory registration of all medicines on an e-portal.
Only those medicines registered on the portal would be allowed to be sold. Moreover, all sales have to be recorded on the platform.
The ministry has sought feedback from stakeholders.
What are the chemists' concerns?
Chemists have termed an e-portal "impractical", saying India doesn't have adequate IT infrastructure. Moreover, the industry lacks tech-savvy staff.
Too strict regulations can cause shortage of drugs, they argued.
They want margins higher than the current 16%, as the government wants them to maintain a certain level of infrastructure.
Chemists also object to e-pharmacies, which they say can lead to circulation of counterfeit drugs.
India issues advisory after three Zika cases in Gujarat
Apple gets tax concessions by India, to expand production