Maharashtra Lockdown News Today: Hours subsequent to declaring new COVID rules, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation on Tuesday gave an explanation and said Section 144 will stay set up till 11 PM consistently and the night check in time will proceed from 11 PM till 5 AM each day. In the most recent night rules, the BMC expressed that there will be no limitation on the development of individuals from 5 AM to 11 PM however a social event of individuals is precluded consistently.
In its rules the BMC further explained that the shops and foundations will be permitted to remain open till 10 PM consistently, shopping centers should stay shut.
List of complete guidelines:
- The MBC said the medical stores and chemist shops can stay open 24 hours. The explanation was given by BMC boss Iqbal Chahal on Tuesday.
- In any case, the BMC said that the essential and non-essential shops to stay open till 10 PM rather than 4 PM from today in Mumbai.
- The shopping centers should stay shut.
- The hotels and restaurants will be permitted to stay open till 4 PM on all days for dine-in including weekends.
- The BMC additionally permitted all indoor and outdoor sports exercises.
- The BMC has additionally permitted film shooting in Mumbai by following Covid-19 standards.
Corona cases: Mumbai on Tuesday announced 288 new instances of COVID-19, marginally up from a day prior, taking the all out to 7,35,659, while three additional patients surrendered to the contamination. On Monday, the city had announced 259 COVID-19 cases and nine fatalities.
Likewise, 412 patients were released from emergency clinics as of now, taking the combined figure of recuperated cases to 7,12,729, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) said in an articulation.
The city additionally revealed three additional passings because of the novel Covid, taking the casualty tally to 15,911, the city body said. There are two regulation zones in the city, where 48 structures are presently fixed as a preventive measure to control the spread of Covid, the assertion said.
This year, Mumbai announced the most elevated day by day cases at 11,163 on April 4, while most passings in a day at 90 were enlisted on May 1 during the second influx of the pandemic.