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‘Mini lockdown’, med-driver, and home delivery allowed in Maharashtra

Earlier, CM Uddhav Thackeray while addressing the state said that during earthquakes, heavy rains and floods, natural calamities are declared and the affected people are given financial help. They said,

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New restrictions have been introduced to prevent corona from spreading in Maharashtra. The ‘mini lockdown’ is in force from 8 pm on 14 April. Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray has said that he is not ‘imposing lockdown, but the restrictions that are being imposed are like lockdown‘.

Meanwhile, Uddhav Thackeray has written a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday requesting that the Corona epidemic be considered as a natural disaster and financial assistance to the affected people under the State Disaster Response Fund (SDRF).

Please tell that right Uddhav Thackeray had announced a package of Rs 5476 crores while announcing the restrictions like lockdown in the state.

Earlier, CM Uddhav Thackeray while addressing the state said that during earthquakes, heavy rains and floods, natural calamities are declared and the affected people are given financial help. They said,

“We all have accepted the epidemic as a natural disaster. Therefore, we are appealing to the Prime Minister to help the people whose livelihoods have been affected by the epidemic in the natural calamity. ”

Restrictions like lockdown have come into force in Maharashtra from 8 pm on 14 April, which will remain in force till 7 am on 1 May.

Let us tell you which things will be banned and what will be allowed.

To prevent people from gathering outside in Corona, Section -144 has been imposed all over Maharashtra, meaning more than 5 people will not be able to gather at one place. Apart from this, all types of public places will remain closed and only essential services will remain operational.

Which things will be allowed?

In this mini lockdown, domestic workers such as meds, drivers, cooks, helpers are allowed to travel from 7 am to 10 pm.

Hotels, restaurants will also be open, but only home delivery of food will be able. Or take away is allowed in the restaurant.

Platforms such as Swiggy and Zomato can deliver home.

Fruit, vegetable and bakery shops will remain open. Shoppers must follow Kovid appropriate behavior.

Public transport, taxi, auto, train will continue.

According to RBI and RBI, the essential services will continue.

Apart from the driver, only two people can sit in an auto rickshaw.

Apart from the driver, only 50% of the capacity can sit in a taxi.

Buses will be able to run to their full potential. People are not allowed to stand and travel.

Weddings with 25 people approved.

Funeral with 20 people

E-commerce will be allowed for essential goods and services.

All manufacturing units will run at full capacity. However, half of the manufacturing units in Maharashtra will remain closed for the next 15 days as units and equipment manufacturers in the non-essential category will remain closed as per the new Kovid-19 guideline of the state.

What restrictions

The communication ban will be implemented for the next 15 days in the entire state, without any need to come and stop will be stopped.

If there is no urgent work, then you will not get out of the house, consider it like a public curfew.

All the services and offices will remain closed except the essential services.

Transportation is not closing, all these things will be open only for the essentials

Those who are from construction, they are requested to make arrangements for the laborers to stay where the work is going on.

In the restaurant you can take away, do not sit and eat there.
As part of the Rs 5,476 crore relief package, the state government will supply 3 kg of wheat and 2 kg of rice per person per month for a month under the free food scheme to the beneficiaries of the National Food Security Act.

Shivbhojan Thali was earlier given for 5 rupees, it will now be given for free.

The laborers working in construction will be given financial assistance of Rs. 1500. We have 12 lakh laborers registers, who will be given this help.

Financial assistance of Rs. 1500 will also be given to registered hawkers, in addition to permit holder rickshaw drivers.

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