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Mumbai's Sion Flyover to remain shut on weekends till January 9, 2022 due to repair work

The Mumbai Traffic Police on Friday announced that the Sion flyover will remain closed every weekend, for the next three months, due to the repair work undertaken by the Maharashtra State Roads Development Corporation (MSRDC). The vehicle shutdown here will be clocked from 10 PM on Saturday to 6 AM on Monday, till January 9, 2022. Several route diversions have been put in place by the city traffic police department to allow an unhindered automobile movement during the closure, added reports. Check all alternate track here:

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​Launch of the Mumbai flight from new Sindhudurg Airport paves way for rapid development!

The launch of the Sindhudurg Airport and a flight service from Mumbai, is a milestone development that has brought the two cities closer to each other. Launched as the maiden service under the RCS-UDAN scheme, the flight will be operated by Alliance Air company, read reports. The 72-seater flight covers the 530-KM distance between the two cities in just 85 minutes.

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Negative RT-PCR report not mandatory for fully vaccinated individuals entering Maharashtra

Authorities in Maharashtra have scrapped off the rule to produce negative RT-PCR test reports if passengers are fully vaccinated. Visitors that have received both doses of the anti-viral shot at least 15 days before travel and have the COWIN portal certificate to authenticate the same, do not require to produce the negative test reports for entry into the state. This new protocol is valid for both, domestic and international flyers, read reports.

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RT-PCR negative report not required for fully inoculated visitors entering Mumbai

Bringing relief for regular commuters, the Maharashtra administration and Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai have together relaxed the restriction of COVID negative reports for fully inoculated visitors entering the state. Previously, the aforesaid restraint required travelers to produce a negative COVID report for a test conducted within 48 hours prior to the entry. Now, the dropping tallies have led to the current intervention in a bid to benefit people traveling to Mumbai, frequently.

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