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Maharashtra COVID-19 restrictions extended by 15 days, new guidelines on June 1: Health minister Rajesh Tope

Asked if shops selling non-essential commodities will be allowed to open, Tope said all such decisions will be taken on June 1.

May 28, 2021 / 08:52 PM IST
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The lockdown-like-restrictions in Maharashtra on account of the coronavirus pandemic have been extended by 15 days but a fresh set of guidelines will be issued on June 1, health minister Rajesh Tope said on Friday.

The state cabinet had taken the decision to extend the  curbs on people's movement and businesses -- in force since mid-April -- in a meeting on Thursday.

"As far as lockdown is concerned, 15 days' extension has been given, but the guidelines related to it will be issued on June 1," Tope told reporters here.

No relaxation will be given in the areas where the number of patients and positivity rate are still high and hospital bed availability is an issue, he said.