As per new order, the RT-PCR check report issued upto 48 hours upfront is obligatory for any particular person coming into the state by any mode of transport
Mumbai: The Maharashtra authorities on Thursday prolonged the lockdown-like restrictions within the state until 1 June to interrupt the chain of COVID-19 . Chief Secretary Sitaram Kunte in an order stated the curbs will stay in power until 7 am on 1 June.
As per the order, extra restrictions embrace obligatory detrimental RT-PCR check report for any particular person coming into the state by any mode of transport.
The check report should be issued inside 48 hours earlier than the time of entry into the state.
All restrictions enforced as per earlier orders for folks arriving from locations of “sensitive origin” will probably be relevant to anybody arriving from any a part of the nation
into the state, the order stated.
In case of cargo carriers, no more than two folks will probably be allowed to journey in these autos.
If the carriers are originating from outdoors Maharashtra, they are going to be allowed with a detrimental RT-PCR check report issued inside 48 hours earlier than the time of entry into the state and will probably be legitimate for seven days, the order stated.
The lockdown-like curbs have been earlier imposed within the state on 5 April. The curbs have been additional tightened on 15 April with Section 144 of the CrPc, banning meeting of 5 or extra folks, imposed in all the state.