It seems that the Thackeray government is now trying to remove the strict restrictions in the state.
Mumbai, July 13: Restrictions applicable in Maharashtra (Restrictions in Maharashtra) Now the state government will phase out from next week (Maharashtra Government) Sources said that they will start unlocking. Maharashtra Unlock (Maharashtra Unlock) State government opening up to (Opening up) It is learned that this mantra will be followed. The task force has sent a report to the Chief Minister on how to remove certain restrictions and give concessions.
According to sources, Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray had held an important meeting with all the divisional commissioners and district collectors in the state on July 7. He also held a meeting with state emergency department officials on July 9. Important discussions were held in these two meetings to relax the restrictions in the state. After that, Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray had discussed the matter with expert doctors and senior officials in the state tax force and asked for a report. According to the report, now Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray is deciding to phase out the restrictions in the state and move the state towards “opening up”. Let’s see how this planning works.
Likely to decide to phase out restrictions
This week, the task force members will discuss the report with the chief minister and decide to phase out the restrictions. Plans are being made to start all the establishments in phases. It is being said that along with increasing the time, the attendance limit will also be relaxed. Also, those who have been vaccinated will be given priority in their presence in shops and hotels.
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What restrictions will be removed in the first phase?
In the first phase, concessions will be announced for opening hotels and restaurants. The restaurant will be open till 10 pm and the 50 per cent limit is likely to be relaxed. This requires all hotel staff to be vaccinated. Consideration is also being given to giving priority to vaccinated customers in restaurant access. Where possible, hotels will be instructed to arrange dining in open spaces instead of confined spaces.
However, the decision to start a local for the general public will not be taken immediately.
The opening hours of the shops will also be extended and all the employees in the shops must be vaccinated.