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Amusement parks in Maharashtra to open for visitors from Oct 22nd

After allowing cinema halls and theatres to restart services, the govt has now permitted dry amusement parks in Maharashtra to reopen, Friday onwards. The administration on Monday decided to reopen all dry amusement parks in the state from October 22 after a detailed discussion with the state COVID Task Force and Children's Task Force. Additionally, shops and restaurants have also been granted longer working hours now. Read on to know more about the orders.

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Maharashtra Unlock: BMC issues new relaxations for Mumbai amid lockdown

The Maharashtra government on Monday decided to continue with Level-3 COVID curbs in 14 out of the 36 districts here, including state capital Mumbai. While partial relaxations are awarded to the other 22 cities, the high caseload and emergence of fresh infections in the listed regions have discouraged the administration from withdrawing the restrictions in these regions.

Parallelly, the state has authorised the local civic body to decide the level of curbs in 3 of these 14 districts, namely Mumbai, Mumbai suburban and Thane. As such, the BMC has permitted all shops (except malls) to open here till 10 PM. The local trains will, however, remain shut for all passengers.

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5-level unlock plan enforced in Maharashtra; Mumbai among the Level 2 areas of the state

The government of Maharashtra commenced an unlock plan late Friday night, in which five levels have been created to manage restrictions. As per reports, there are 18 districts witnessing Level 1 unlock, 5 districts on Level 2, 10 districts on Level 3, 2 in Level 4 and the remaining will be in Level 5. Mumbai is currently on Level 2 unlock, however, the situation of each area will be assessed on a weekly basis to avoid any rise in the case tallies.

Read the full report below to know what all aspects have returned to normal functioning.

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Mumbai & other Maharashtra districts to follow a 4-phased unlock plan after June 1

Encouraged by the downward trajectory of the COVID scale in Maharashtra, the state has decided to work on a four-phase unlock plan to allow graded relaxations after June 1. This will strategise the reopening of other services and sector, in addition to those deemed essential, to prevent an unprecedented surge of infection. Reports have highlighted that timings of 'essential' shops will also be extended from the present 7 AM to 11 PM, soon.

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Hotels & restaurants to reopen by the first week of October in Mumbai & other Maharashtra districts!

The Maharashtra Cabinet has permitted around 4 lakh hotels, bars, restaurants and eateries in the state, majorly set in Mumbai Metropolitan Region to resume functions at 50% of their capacity starting October. The decision is likely to affect around 60 lakh direct employees and 1.8 crore indirect employees involved in the hospitality sector, which has faced a major brunt of the almost 7-month long nationwide coronavirus lockdown and the consequent phased unlocking process.

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