Maharashtra govt decides against lifting lockdown, extends it to July 31

According to the latest order movement for non-essential activities will be restricted within neighbourhoods in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region

Current Affairs : The Maharashtra government on Monday said that the lockdown in the state is being stretched out till July 31. The declaration comes in the midst of a fast development in the quantity of cases in the state.

The current lockdown was to end on June 30. Boss Minister Uddhav Thackeray had on Sunday precluded lifting the lockdown from July 1.

The government provided rules for what it called ‘Mission Begin Again’. The request said that development for unimportant exercises will be limited inside neighborhoods in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR).

It further peruses, “It is additionally coordinated that the development of people for the motivations behind trivial exercises like shopping and the open air works out, will be confined inside the local territory limits with all essential recommended compulsory precautionary measures of wearing veils, social separating and individual cleanliness.”

“It is likewise coordinated that unlimited development will be allowed distinctly for going to work environment and bonafide compassionate prerequisite including clinical explanation,” it notes.

The request, gave by Chief Secretary Ajoy Mehta, likewise says that every basic shop, internet business action for basic and insignificant things, every mechanical unit which are directly operational and home conveyance of food will be permitted.

The MVA government has in the interim permitted relaxations for the remainder of the state.

“Intra-region transport administration will be permitted with greatest half limit per transport with physical removing and sanitation measures.”

The state government has additionally prompted that telecommute ought to be followed quite far.

Mehta’s structure said private workplaces can work with up to 10 percent quality or 10 individuals whichever is more.

On Sunday, Maharashtra detailed its greatest single-day spike of 5,493 COVID-19 cases, which took the count of patients in the state to 1,64,626. The state loss of life has gone up to 7429.

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