Know What Will Be Closed and What Will be Opened in Maharashta?

Maharashtra New Guidelines Today April 4

Maharashtra New Guidelines: The Uddhav Thackeray government of the state has issued new guidelines amid increasing corona cases in Maharashtra. In a meeting of the Council of Ministers on Sunday, night curfew will be applicable in Maharashtra from 8 to 7 in the night. Apart from this, Section 144 will be applicable throughout the day.

Maharashtra New Guidelines Today

There will be a ban if more than five people gather at one place. According to sources, there will be a lockdown across the state on Saturday and Sunday. All these rules will be applicable from tomorrow, i.e. Monday night, at eight o’clock. Maharashtra New Guidelines Today.

What will be opened, will it be closed?

  • We decided to close malls, restaurants and bars.
  • Essential services will be operational.
  • Government offices will operate with a capacity of 50 per cent.
  • Vegetable markets will not be held captive.
  • Strict lockdown will be there from Friday night 8 to Monday morning 7.
  • You will not be allowed to eat in the hotel.
  • Cinema halls, parks and playgrounds will remain closed.
  • Rickshaws, taxis and trains will not be closed.
  • No more than five people gathered at any place
  • The shooting of big films will not be allowed.
  • The industry will be fully operational. There is no restriction on the workers.
  • Public transport will run at 50 per cent capacity.
  • It was decided to close the religious site.

Corona uncontrollable in Maharashtra

Maharashtra New Guidelines: Let us know that 49,447 new cases of COVID-19 were reported in Maharashtra on Saturday, which is the highest number of cases reported in a single day so far. With this, the total number of infected in the state increased to 29,53,523 while the number of dead increased to 55,656 due to the death of 277 more patients. Nine thousand one hundred eight new cases of COVID-19 were reported in Mumbai city, which is the highest in a day.

The Health Department said that 1,84,404 more investigations were conducted, taking the total number of investigations conducted in Maharashtra to 2,03,43,123. The department said that the state’s recovery rate is now 84.49 per cent. At the same time, the death rate is 1.88 per cent.

The statement said that out of 277 deaths, 132 deaths occurred in the last 48 hours. A total of 37,821 patients were discharged from the hospital, leading to an increase in the number of cured patients in Maharashtra to 24,95,315