Theaters and temples will reopen in Maharashtra; Know the new guidelines of the government

Mumbai, 25/9:After the religious places in the state, the Maharashtra government has now announced the opening of cinema halls. Amidst the decreasing cases of corona in the country, the government has announced the opening of cinemas and theaters in the state from October 22. Let us inform that the state government has announced the opening of all religious places in the state from October 7. In the order issued by the Chief Minister’s Office, it has been clearly said that the cinema halls will have to follow the guidelines of Kovid-19 during this time.

Religious places of worship were reopened in Maharashtra in November last year, after the first wave of the coronavirus, but were again closed to the public in March 2021 after the second wave started in the state.

In the new instructions of the government, the doors of these things will open in Maharashtra
* Maharashtra government has allowed the reopening of local trains for frontline and essential service personnel. Those citizens who have been fully vaccinated, ie those who have taken both the doses of Kovid vaccine and have completed 14 days after the second shot from August 15, will also be able to sleep in local trains.


* Restaurants are allowed to open with 50 percent capacity with covid guidelines in place. All employees working should be fully vaccinated. All restaurants can operate till 10 pm, however, parcel services are allowed to operate 24 hours a day.

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