Maharashtra Unlock 4: Check what is allowed and banned as lockdown extended till September 30

Akshay Badwe
Tuesday, 1 September 2020

The Uddhav Thackeray led government, however, declared new guidelines for 'Unlock 4' under "Mission Begin Again" for recommencing a number of activities outside the containment zones from September 2.

Mumbai: Maharashtra government on Monday declared that the lockdown in the state will be extended till 30 September.

The Uddhav Thackeray led government, however, declared new guidelines for 'Unlock 4' under "Mission Begin Again" for recommencing a number of activities outside the containment zones from September 2.

With no permit to travel inter-district and hotels to resume, check here what's allowed and what's banned in the state's new guidelines.

WHAT'S ALLOWED

  • All non-essential shops including liquor shops will be allowed to run as per relaxations and guidelines issued earlier.
  • No permit for inter-district travel. 
  • Passenger movement via minibus and other operators permitted with an SOP to be declared soon.
  • Hotels and lodges are permitted to operate at 100 per cent capacity. An SOP will be declared for the same.
  • Private offices can work with a capacity of 30 per cent.
  • Online learning will be continued.

WHAT'S NOT ALLOWED

  • All educational institutes including schools, colleges will remain shut till September 30.
  • Swimming pools, cinema halls, theatres, bars will remain closed.
  • International travel is banned (allowed only for those permitted by MHA).
  • Metro services will not recommence.

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