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Maharashtra unlock: Thackeray govt made 5 level plan for loose lockdown

Mumbai: Corona cases may have reduced in the country, but  state governments do not want to take any kind of risk. Due to this, Maharashtra government has made it clear that the restrictions related to covid-19 in the state will not be completely removed yet. Maharashtra will unlock in 5 phases, regarding which CM Uddhav Thackeray can issue guidelines today.

Chief Minister’s Office issued a statement in this regard and said that in the first phase, all districts with an infection rate of less than 5 percent will be completely unlocked. That is, after the order, all shops, theatres, malls will be opened in these districts from salons. Also, permission will be given for wedding ceremonies and shooting of films.

Talking about Mumbai, restrictions will be partially relaxed there, but the local train service, which is called the lifeline of Mayanagari, will not be opened for the common people at the moment. The Chief Minister’s Office said on Thursday that relaxation of restrictions in various areas is being considered, but no final decision has been taken so far. Maharashtra unlock

The situation of corona virus infection in some rural areas of the state remains very serious, the statement said. Restrictions have not been completely lifted in the state. The restrictions will remain in force till June 15.

The CMO said that the Disaster Management Department has fixed five levels of severity of the epidemic based on the rate of infection and availability of oxygenated beds. The decision to relax restrictions will be taken at a serious level, which will be announced soon. Maharashtra unlock

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