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Malls, eateries & other businesses to now operate till 10 PM in Maharashtra; check guidelines here

In a set of curfew relaxations awarded by the Maharashtra government, all malls, restaurants, bars, hotels, gymnasiums, salons, beauty parlours and other businesses, are now permitted to operate till 10 PM. This ease has been awarded in light of the dipping scale of the coronavirus infections and the overall well-being of the state. As recommended by the Maharashtra COVID-19 Task Force, these restructured guidelines are set to boost the economy - which has been reeling under the pressure of a series of pandemic lockdowns.

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Mumbai shops, salons, gyms & restaurants permitted to operate as 'unlock' begins today!

Amid the subsiding wave of the second wave of coronavirus, a new order of the 'Break the Chain' guidelines in Maharashtra, is now paving the way for 'unlock' in Mumbai from today. All essential shops, non-essential shops, restaurants, salons, and gyms in the city have been granted permission to operate, with some restrictions.

Reportedly, sanitisation activities were conducted on the premises of several such units on Sunday, to prepare for the reopening on June 7, after a two-month hiatus. Theatres and multiplexes, contrastingly, will continue to remain shut.

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Rejoice Mumbai! Starting Feb 1, all commuters can hop onto the Local train bandwagon

Mumbai's suburban train system network finally receives permission to ferry the local crowd, bringing in huge a respite from the troubles of commute in the city. On Friday, the Maharashtra Chief Minister allowed the general public to use local trains, in 3 designated slots in order to contain any unprecedented rise of COVID-19. Shut since March over the coronavirus induced lockdown, Mumbai's local crowd was deprived of this ease of mobility even when it resumed partially for essential workers.

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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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