Corona epidemic on the rise again in Maharashtra .. State Government issues new guidelines – Maharashtra new COVID-19 guidelines

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It is a matter of concern that India also has the highest number of cases in many states. As a result, governments are imposing tougher regulations and sanctions.

Maharashtra Government Rolls Out New Covid 19 Guidelines

Maharashtra new COVID-19 guidelines : The corona appears to have started the second wave. Corona cases have been on the rise again in almost all states over the past few days. In Maharashtra in particular, however, new cases are being reported at an alarming rate. The vigilant central government has expressed concern over this. Corona Second Wave has started in Maharashtra… It is currently in its infancy. Union Health Secretary Rajesh Bhushan has written a letter to the Maharashtra government to this effect.

It is a matter of concern that India also has the highest number of cases in many states. As a result, governments are imposing tougher regulations and sanctions. Governments plan to impose more stringent sanctions if conditions do not improve. Mainly, Maharashtra has the highest number of positive cases. People are worried as new cases are being registered. If the situation is not brought under control, the government is preparing to impose a lockdown in Mumbai once again. However, this time it seems that there is a possibility of partial imposition.

Alerted by this, the Maharashtra government is once again preparing for the Kovid rules. The Maharashtra government has issued new guidelines in the wake of rising Kovid cases in the state. It warned that cinema halls, hotels, restaurants, shopping malls, various government and private offices would be severely punished if they violated the code. The state government has made it clear that these sanctions will not be enforced in the wake of the corona epidemic boom. The sanctions imposed by the state government will remain in force until March 21, 2021. Adherence to masks, physical distance, provision of sanitizers is mandatory.

The Maharashtra government has said that businesses related to medical, healthcare and other essential services will be required to operate at 50 per cent capacity. Officials suggest wearing proper masks when entering the premises of hotels, restaurants, cinema halls, shopping malls and other crowded offices. State Chief Minister Sitaram Kunte has issued new guidelines to this effect. He suggested that people should follow social distance and wear masks to prevent the spread of corona. Kunte warned that if any violation is found in any case, the relevant hotels, cinema and restaurant will be closed permanently.

The guidelines state that no more than 50 people are allowed for a wedding and only up to 20 people are allowed for a funeral. Authorities said Kovid patients should be kept alone at home and keep a board on their door for 14 days. The Maharashtra government has directed the concerned authorities to stamp the house blockade on the Kovid positive patient.

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