The study aimed to find the impact of COVID-19 on values of Annual Effective Dose Equivalent of the natural Gamma dose rate from Balod, Durg and Bemetara districts of Chhattisgarh (India). COVID-19 is a severe problem for many countries and to control and prevent the spread of this problem implemented the lockdown approach in many countries, including India. In this lockdown situation, almost all people are staying at home for 24 hours. Due to the present status of COVID-19, the Indian government also fixed the 67 days lockdown and one day was already successfully done as Janta Curfew, which worked the same as a lockdown. The value of indoor gamma dose rates was reported higher in most places as compared to the outdoor gamma dose rate, but in this pandemic situation, occupancy factor values are not applicable as recommended by UNSCEAR for calculation of Annual Effective Dose Equivalent (AEDE). Therefore, the present study introduces the new equations, which can measure the extra AEDE value during the lockdown for adults, children and infants.