Strict Restrictions in Mumbai, Pune: 4-17 May Lockdown Guidelines

Saturday's Maharashtra CM Uddhav Thackeray issued new state guidelines effective from 4 May to 17 May, following the lockdown of Maharashtra
 

Updated: May 03, 2020 10:37 IST

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Nithiya

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Tags: India Corona

Maharashtra's restrictions for lockdown 

Maharashtra CM Uddhav Thackeray issued new guidelines on Saturday for extended lockdowns, and this will be effective from 4 May to 17 May. While the policies are mostly the same inline as the MHA, Mumbai, Malegaon, Pune, and Pimpri-Chinchwad municipal corporations have excluded the areas in which restrictions are lifted. At present, the Coronavirus of Maharashtra (COVID-19) is 12,296, with 521 deaths.

Here are some Guidelines for Maharashtra lockdown

Domestic and international air travel, train passenger travel, Inter-State bus, and transport services for persons, all schools, colleges, educational institutions, hospitality, shopping center bars, theatres, auditoriums, assembly halls, social/politic / re religious/academic/religious functions, all venues and gatherings, all places of worship and worship.

The red zones 

  • The activity of taxis and cab collectors, barbershops, spas and saloons, intra-state and inter-state buses shall be prohibited from outside containment zones, rickshaw, and auto rickshaws.

  • Only particular activities are permitted to move as individuals & vehicles: up to two people (in addition to the driver) and no two-wheeled pillion.

  • Excluding areas under Municipal Corporations Mumbai, Malegaon, Pune and Pimpri-Chinchwad, special economic zones, exports of oriented units, industries, and industrial communes were allowed.

  • Construction activities were confined to local construction in urban areas.

  • Standalone shops have been permitted to open excluding areas of Mumbai Municipal Corporations Malegaon, Pune and Pimpri-Chinchwad without distinction of essentials and nonessentials

  • Only for fundamental goods e-commerce activities are permitted.

  • Private offices can operate up to 33 percent other than Mumbai, Malegaon, Pune, and Pimpri-Chinchwad Municipal Corporations.

  • Government offices shall be operational in full force up to Deputy Secretary and above areas of Mumbai, Malegaon, Pune, and Pimpri-Chinchwad municipal corporations. Officials remain at 33 percent of the employee capacity.

  • Work relating to pre-monsoon including building protection, shutters, water resilience, flood protection, permitted structural repairs including suburban facilities and creation of Mumbai, Pune, Pimpri and Chinchwad Municipal Corporations.

The orange zone 

All activity permitted in the Red Zone shall apply to orange zones. Moreover, taxis and boats are allowed on a maximum of 2 Intra- and Inter-State bus passenger passengers with only one driver and two passengers Inter-district passenger transport of individuals for permitted activities.

The green zones

All activities shall be allowed except limited national activities, regardless of zones. Without an authorized pass, no travel into a green zone is permitted.

Busses can operate at a maximum capacity of 50 percent Bus depot can operate at a capacity of up to 50 percent, but buses can only work in the green zone.

 

Red, orange and green areas of Maharashtra

The COVID zones – red (130), orange (284), and green (319) – were published by the Centre on Friday. Maharashtra has 14 red, 16 orange, and six green areas classified. Muhammad, Pune, Nashik, Palghar, Nagpur, Solapur, Yavatmal, Aurangabad, Satara, Dhule, Akola, Jalgaon, and Mumbai are the red zones of Maharashtra, Muhammad. The following are some areas. On the other hand, Osmanabad, Washim, Sindhudurg, Gondi, Gadchiroli, and Wardha are covered by green zones with no new cases for 21 days.