Maharashtra Covid-19 Guidelines: Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray announced that they are imposing strict restrictions in the state from 8 o’clock last night. Section 144 will be imposed in the entire state from tomorrow. They won’t call it a lockdown. According to the guidelines issued by the Maharashtra government, cinema halls, theaters, gyms, sports complexes will remain closed. Shooting for films, serials, adds will also be closed. All shops, malls, shopping centers which are not providing the necessary services will also be closed from 8 pm on April 14 to 7 am on May 1.
Restrictions on these services
Temples, schools and colleges, private coaching classes, barber shops, spas, salons and beauty parlors in the state will be closed from tomorrow. According to the Maharashtra government, e-commerce will be allowed only for delivery of essential goods and services. No religious, social, cultural or political program is approved.
The Chief Minister of Maharashtra announced that local trains and buses will be for services only. Petrol pumps, financial institutions and construction work related to SEBI will continue, hotels and restaurants will be closed. Only takeaway, home delivery will be allowed.
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Two kilos of wheat and two kilos of rice to the poor
He said that there is a shortage of medical oxygen and beds and the demand for Remdesivir has increased. With this, he said that the Center should help in using air force planes to supply oxygen for corona virus patients in the state. He said that the fight against the corona virus has started once again.
Thackeray also announced that the state government will give two kilograms of wheat and two kilograms of rice to each poor and needy person for the next one month, while the restrictions imposed by the corona virus are in force.