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Mumbai and MMR eases restrictions; least curbs in Kalyan, Navi Mumbai

Moreover, ten districts of Maharashtra and three municipal corporations fall under Level 1 and can go in for a complete unlock from Monday, June 7.

Mumbai and MMR eases restrictions; least curbs in Kalyan, Navi Mumbai
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According to reports, while Mumbai, Pune, Nashik and Thane fall in Level 3, where most sectors can be opened up but with restrictions, in the city’s neighbourhood, the Kalyan-Dombivli municipal corporation and Navi Mumbai civic body are in Level 2 and can expect significant relaxations in view of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Moreover, on Saturday, June 5, Brihamumbai Municipal Corporation Commissioner Iqbal Chahal announced that Mumbai falls under Level 3 of the unlock plan announced by the Maharashtra government a day earlier.

Moreover, ten districts of Maharashtra and three municipal corporations fall under Level 1 and can go in for a complete unlock from Monday, June 7. Aurangabad, Nagpur and Solapur civic corporations, along with districts like Ahmednagar, Jalna, Jalgaon and Latur are in Level 1, with their weekly positivity rate less than 5 per cent and oxygen bed occupancy less than 25 per cent.

In addition, places like Hingoli and Nandurbar are in Level 2, along with KDMC and Navi Mumbai. In these places, all essential and non-essential shops can remain open during regular hours, while restaurants can do business, including dine-in, with 50 per cent capacity, along with malls and multiplexes which will also function at 50 per cent capacity.

On the other hand, earlier on Friday night, the Uddhav Thackeray-led Maharashtra government announced a fresh order that has details new multi-tiered guidelines in a bid to break the chain of COVID-19 transmission. As the coronavirus cases are going down in various districts across the state, the lockdown restrictions will be eased on the basis of the COVID-19 positivity rate and availability of oxygen beds.

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