- Special concessions will be given under each level
- Lockdown can be completely removed from level one districts
- Rajdhani has been placed Mumbai in Level 2.
Maharashtral Unlock Plan: After announcing a five-stage unlock plan on Thursday, the Maharashtra government clarified that the new rules to end the Covid restrictions from mid-April are “still under consideration”. This time, no timeline has been specified for the new scheme.
Last evening, Maharashtra’s Relief and Rehabilitation Minister Vijay Waddetiwar had announced that it has been decided to unlock five levels of the state on the basis of COVID positivity rate and total oxygen beds. He explained by giving an example that Level 1 would mean that the lockdown can be removed completely. Level 5 is the red zone, which means complete lockdown but soon after the minister’s announcements came clarification from the Chief Minister’s Office that no decision has been taken yet.
The minister had said that with the decrease in corona cases in Maharashtra and metropolitan Mumbai, the unlock process is being started in a phased manner. Maharashtra A 5-level unlock scheme has been announced in the state, although the local, called the ‘lifeline’ of the capital Mumbai, will remain closed for the time being. Under this scheme of the Maharashtra government, unlock has been divided into five levels. Certain concessions will be given under each level.
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The minister had said that the capital Mumbai is in level 2 while Thane district is in level 1. Local in Mumbai will be kept closed for the time being. The lockdown can be completely removed in the districts placed in Level 1. In this category, 18 districts including Thane have been kept. It is worth noting that the number of new corona cases in Maharashtra has come to around 15 thousand. In metropolitan Mumbai, the number of cases has come down to below one thousand. Due to the low number of new cases in Mumbai, some relief has been given in the restrictions imposed.
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On May 31, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) had issued guidelines for Mumbai saying that all essential shops would remain open from 7 am to 2 pm. The shops of non-essential goods will open according to the day. The shop on the right will open on Monday-Wednesday and Friday while the shop on the left will open on Tuesday-Thursday. This sequence will change every week i.e. the shops which were open on Monday-Wednesday and Friday this week will open on Tuesday and Thursday next week. Shops of non-essential goods will remain closed on weekends i.e. Saturday-Sunday. At present, the number of active cases of corona in the state is around two lakh 50 thousand.