Here’s a look at the “stricter” curbs imposed by the Maharashtra government that are effective from Monday and will remain in place till April 30
-A night curfew will be imposed between 8pm and 7 am during which only essential services will be allowed to operate.
–Prohibitory orders issued under section 144 will be enforced during the daytime during the week.
— Maharashtra will be under a complete lockdown on weekends from Friday 8pm to Monday 7am.
–Theatres and multiplexes have been ordered to remain closed while film and television shootings will continue if there is no crowding, Nawab Malik said, adding, parks and playgrounds will also be closed.
— Shopping malls, bars, restaurants, small shops will be open only for take-aways and parcels
–While there are no restrictions on traveling in trains, buses, taxis, and autos, they will operate at 50% of their capacity.
–Government offices will be allowed to operate at 50% of their capacity while private offices will have to allow their employees to work from home. Essential services like banks and power supply offices will be allowed to operate.
— All Private office to remain closed
–Industries and production sector, vegetable markets will function with Standard Operating Procedures (SoPs), and construction sites will operate if there is an accommodation facility for workers