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Maharashtra Lockdown Guidelines April 2021
Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray 4th April 2021 announced a weekend lockdown across the state till April 30, besides stringent weekdays norms, to combat the pandemic’s resurgence.
Maharashtra Lockdown SOP
- Imposition of Section 144 and Night Curfew:
- Section 144 to be imposed in the State.
- From 7 AM to 8 PM on Monday to Friday, no more than 5 people to move together or gather in any public place.
- Rest of the period (i.e. From 8 PM to 7 AM on weekdays and from 8 PM Friday to 7 AM Monday) no one to move in public place without valid reasons.
- Medical and other essential services are exempted and their movements or operations are to be unrestricted.
- Essential Services to include the following –
- Hospitals, diagnostic centers, Clinics, Medical insurance offices, Pharmacies, Pharmaceutical companies, other medical and health services.
- Groceries, Vegetables Shops, dairies, bakeries, confectionaries, food shops.
- Public Transport – Trains, Taxis, Autos and public buses.
- Services related to functioning of offices of Diplomats of various countries
- Pre Monsoon Activities by local authorities
- All Public Services by local authorities.
- Transport of Goods
- Agriculture related services
- Accredited Media
- Services designated as essential services by local disaster management authority
- Outdoor Activity:
- All beaches/ gardens/ public grounds to remain closed from 8 PM to 7 AM on weekdays and from 8 PM Friday to 7 AM Monday.
- Shops, Markets and Malls:
- All shops, markets and malls to remain closed throughout the day except for essential services.
- Essential services shops to operate while ensuring social distancing between customers in the shop premises. Extra customers to be kept waiting with adequate social distancing with markings wherever possible
- Public Transport:
- Public transport will be fully operational with the following restrictions:
- Auto Rickshaw – Driver + 2 passengers only
- Taxi (4 wheelers) – Driver +50% vehicle capacity as per RTO
- Bus – Full seating occupancy as per RTO passing. However, no standing passengers will be allowed.
- All persons using public transport to compulsorily wear a mask properly barring which fine of Rs 500 will be imposed on the offenders
- All vehicles to be sanitized after every trip.
- Fine of Rs 500 to be levied in all trains for non use of masks.
- All Private offices to remain closed except for the following:
- Cooperative, PSU and Private Banks
- BSE/ NSE
- Electric Supply related Companies
- Telecom Service Providers
- Insurance/ Mediclaim Companies
- Pharmaceutical company offices needed for management of production distribution
- Local disaster management authorities may add exceptions if needed
- Government offices to function with 50% attendance except those required for the response to Covid 19 pandemic wherein they will work with 100% strength as per the decision of the HOD of the department/ office.
- All government offices, as well as government companies related to electricity, water and banking, and other financial services, shall remain functional with full capacity.
- Private Transport
- Private Vehicles including private buses can ply normally from 7 AM to 8 PM on Monday to Friday and for the purposes of emergency or essential services for rest of the period (8PM to 7 AM on weekdays and 8PM on Friday to 7AM on Monday).
- Cinema halls to remain closed.
- Drama theatres and auditoriums to remain closed.
- Amusement Parks/ Arcades/ Video Game Parlours to remain closed.
- Water Parks to remain closed
- Clubs, Swimming Pools, Gyms and Sports Complexes to remain closed.
- All Restaurants and bars to remain closed, except for those inside the campus and integral parts of hotels.
- Religious Places of Worship to remain closed
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