1 min read.Updated: 27 Jun 2021, 09:09 PM ISTLivemint( with inputs from PTI )
From Monday, shops selling essential items will remain open till 4 pm on all days while shops falling under the non-essential category will operate from Monday to Friday till 4 pm
Maharashtra lockdown: The Pune municipal corporation has announced fresh curbs in the city from Monday. The city has fallen under the level-3 of unlocking and now all malls and auditoriums will remain closed beginning June 28.
From Monday, shops selling essential items will remain open till 4 pm on all days while shops falling under the non-essential category will operate from Monday to Friday till 4 pm.
Restaurants, bars, and food courts will be allowed to operate only from Monday to Friday till 4 pm with a 50 per cent seating capacity. Home delivery of the food is allowed only till 11 pm.
Gyms, salons, beauty parlours will operate with a 50 per cent seating capacity from Monday to Friday till 4 pm.
All the public places such as gardens, playgrounds will remain open for people from 5 am to 9 am.
Social, religious and entertainment programs are allowed from Monday to Friday till 4 pm in the presence of 50 people. However, the duration of such a programme cannot be extended beyond three hours.
Today, Pune division added 2,575 new cases including 929 in Satara district and 587 in Pune district.
The Maharashtra government has tightened the unlocking process in the state and announced that restrictions will not be relaxed beyond 'level 3' of unlocking guidelines. recently, it amended its five-level unlock plan and announced that there will be three-level restrictions in all districts irrespective of weekly positivity rate and oxygen bed occupancy.
On Sunday, the state reported 9,974 fresh infection cases and 143 fatalities, taking the tally to 60,36,821 and the toll to 1,21,286. A total of 8,562 patients recovered during the day. Now the number of active cases stands at 1,22,252.