Mumbai: In the wake of considerably rising Coronavirus circumstances, Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thaceray on Tuesday imposed Section 144 throughout the state from tomorrow asserting extra strict restrictions. Section 144 to be imposed in your entire state from tomorrow eight pm for the subsequent 15 days.
Several restrictions and SOPs have been introduced by the Chief Minister who additionally mentioned that the imposed curb is for the betterment of the state and isn’t a whole lockdown. Emergency companies will stay open between 7 am and eight pm every day throughout this era.
Here’s a list of what’s open and what’s not in Maharashtra:
Local train and bus services for essential services only, petrol pumps, financial institutions associated with SEBI, construction work, take-aways and, home deliveries.
Apart from this hospitals, insurance, medical stores, medicine dealers, vaccine manufacturers, transporters, mask manufacturers, animal husbandry-related, vet clinics, autos, consulates, pre-monsoon work, SEBI, telephone services, e-commerce services, media, IT services.
Hotels and restaurants will remain closed. All establishments, public places will remain closed except for essential services. Additionally, no standing and eating at street-side food stalls from tomorrow. All cinema halls in the state will remain closed.
No one to move in public place without valid reasons.
It is to be famous that Section 144 (prohibitory orders) of the Criminal Procedure Code will probably be in pressure until the “lockdown-like” restrictions are in place.
While making the bulletins, Thackeray additionally mentioned that state authorities will present three kg wheat and two kg rice free for the subsequent one month to each poor and needy particular person whereas the coronavirus-induced restrictions are in place.
There is a scarcity of medical oxygen and beds and the demand for Remdesivir has elevated in Maharashtra, Thackeray mentioned urging Centre to provide oxygen for coronavirus sufferers within the state by utilizing Air Force planes.