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Maharashtra’s new ‘Break The Chain’ COVID-19 action plan; take a look at the new guidelines

In the wake of rising COVID-19 cases in Maharashtra, the state government has imposed a new set of strict guidelines under its action plan ‘Break The Chain’ to curb the novel outbreak. The new guidelines will come into effect from 8 pm on April 5 and are likely to be in place till April 30. Night curfew from 8 pm to 7 am from April 5 on weekdays and strict lockdown on weekends from Friday 8 pm to Monday 7 am will be put in place. Take a look at the list of curbs imposed by Uddhav Thackeray-led Maharashtra government.

April 05, 2021 / 02:50 PM IST
Essential services exempted from these restriction includes hospitals, diagnostic centers, clinics, groceries, transport of good and more. (Image: Twitter @CMOMaharashtra)
Essential services exempted from these restrictions, include hospitals, diagnostic centres, clinics, groceries, transport of good and more. (Image: Twitter @CMOMaharashtra)
Image: Twitter @CMOMaharashtra
All beaches, gardens, public grounds to remain closed from 8 pm to 7 am on weekdays and from 8 pm Friday to 7 am Monday. (Image: Twitter @CMOMaharashtra)
Image: Twitter @CMOMaharashtra
All shops, markets and malls to remain closed throughout the day except for essential services. (Image: Twitter @CMOMaharashtra)
Public transport will be fully operation with some restrictions. In 4 wheeler taxi, if any one person is not wearing mask, the offender and the driver of the taxi will be fined an amount of Rs 500 each. Fine of Rs 500 to be levied in all trains for no use of masks. (Image: Twitter @CMOMaharashtra)
Public transport will be fully operational with some restrictions. In a four-wheeler taxi, if a person is not wearing mask, the offender and the driver of the taxi will be fined an amount of Rs 500 each. Fine of Rs 500 to be levied in all trains for non-use of masks. (Image: Twitter @CMOMaharashtra)
Image: Twitter @CMOMaharashtra
All restaurants and bars to remain closed except for those inside the campus and integral parts of hotels. (Image: Twitter @CMOMaharashtra)
Image: Twitter @CMOMaharashtra
Religious places of worship, barber shops, spas, and salons, to remain closed. (Image: Twitter @CMOMaharashtra)
Image: Twitter @CMOMaharashtra
All private offices to remain closed except BSE, NSE, cooperative, electric supply-related companies and a few more. (Image: Twitter @CMOMaharashtra)
Image: Twitter @CMOMaharashtra
Private transport, including private buses can ply from 7 am to 8 pm on Monday to Friday and for the purposes of emergency or essential services for rest of the period (8 pm to 7 am on weekdays and 8 pm on Friday to 7 am on Monday). (Image: Twitter @CMOMaharashtra)
Image: Twitter @CMOMaharashtra
Cinema, malls to remain closed. (Image: Twitter @CMOMaharashtra)
Image: Twitter @CMOMaharashtra
Schools and colleges to remain closed. However, rules are relaxed for students for class 10th and 12th who have their board exams.  Private coaching classes of any kind to remain closed. (Image: Twitter @CMOMaharashtra)
Image: Twitter @CMOMaharashtra
No religious, social, cultural or political functions of any kind to be allowed. (Image: Twitter @CMOMaharashtra)
Image: Twitter @CMOMaharashtra
Marriages will be allowed with maximum of 50 people present. (Image: Twitter @CMOMaharashtra)
Image: Twitter @CMOMaharashtra
There will be no serving of food or eating at the location; parcels or home deliveries are allowed from 7 am to 8 pm every day. (Image: Twitter @CMOMaharashtra)
Image: Twitter @CMOMaharashtra
Construction activity will be allowed only for sites where labourers are living on site. Movement to and fro outside must be avoided, except for the purpose of material movements. (Image: Twitter @CMOMaharashtra)
Image: Twitter @CMOMaharashtra
Any cooperative housing society having more than 5 active corona positive cases will be treated as a micro containment zone. (Image: Twitter @CMOMaharashtra)
Image: Twitter @CMOMaharashtra
Manufacturing sector to be operational with some conditions. Take a look.. (Image: Twitter @CMOMaharashtra)
Image: Twitter @CMOMaharashtra
All industrial producers of oxygen shall reserve 80 percent of their production for medical or pharmaceutical purposes. (Image: Twitter @CMOMaharashtra)
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