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Maharashtra Lockdown 5.0 Guidelines: What's allowed, what's not

Maharashtra Lockdown 5.0 Guidelines: What's allowed, what's not

Maharashtra Lockdown 5.0 Guidelines: What's allowed, what's not
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By CNBCTV18.com May 31, 2020 6:45:28 PM IST (Updated)

The Maharashtra government today issued the lockdown extension guidelines while offering significant relaxations in non-municipal areas and allowing a phased restart in municipal areas.

The Maharashtra government today issued the lockdown extension guidelines while offering significant relaxations in non-municipal areas and allowing a phased restart in municipal areas.

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Activities will continue to remain severely restricted in containment zones. "The containment zone will be residential colony, mohall a, slum, building, group of buildings, lane, ward, police station area, villages, small cluster of villages etc. Anything larger than this (eg. Whole taluka/ Whole Municipal Corporation etc.) can be declared as containment zone only after consultation with Chief Secretary," the government said.
Municipal areas include the Municipal Corporations of MMR Region including MCGM, Municipal Corporations of Pune, Solapur, Aurangabad, Malegaon, Nashik, Dhule, Jalgaon, Akola, Amravati and Nagpur.
Here's a ready reckoner of what's allowed and what's not as issued by the Maharashtra government.
ActivityMunicipal Corporations of MMR, Pune, Nagpur, Aurangabad etcRemaining AreasContainment Zones
Travel- Air, train, metroNoNoNo
Inter-state road movementNoNoNo
Taxi, cab, rickshawEssential1+2No
4 wheelerEssential1+2No
2 wheelerEssential1No
Inter-district plying of bus (2)NoNoNo
Intra-district plying of busNoYesNo
Movement for medicalemergenciesYesYesYes
Education InstitutionsNoNoNo
Hospitality- HotelsNoNoNo
Medical Clinic, OPDYesYesNo
Places of worship & large gatheringsNoNoNo
Agri activitiesN/AYesNo
Industries (Urban)EssentialYesNo
Industries (Rural)N/AYesNo
Urban in-situ constructionYesYesNo
Shopping MallsNoNoNo
Supply of goodsYesYesYes
Markets/ShopsYes (5th June)YesNo
Essential goods shopsYesYesYes
E-Com essential goodsYesYesNo
E-Com non-essential goodsYesYesNo
Liquor shopsYes / Home DeliveryYesNo
Barber shops, spas, saloonsNoNoNo
Private Offices10% strength (8th June)YesNo
Govt. Offices15% or 15 whichever is higherYes - 100%No
Sub Registrar/ RTO/Dy. RTOYesYesNo
Bank & FinanceYesYesNo
Courier & PostalYesYesNo
Outdoor ActivitiesYes (3rd June)YesNo
Home Delivery RestaurantsYesYesNo
Electricians, Plumbers etcYes (3rd June)YesNo
Garages, workshops etc.Yes (3rd June)YesNo
The following activities will continue to remain prohibited across the state: Schools, colleges, educational, training, coaching institutions, international air travel of passengers, metro rail, cinema halls, gymnasiums, swimming pools, entertainment parks, theatres, bars and auditoriums, assembly halls and similar places. Social, political, sports/entertainment, academic/cultural, religious functions and large congregations. Religious places/places of worship for public. Barber shops, spas, saloons, beauty parlours. shopping malls, hotels, restaurants and other hospitality services.
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