Maharashtra government has imposed night curfew at Kalyan Dombivli, and Nandurbar districts in wake of rising COVID-19 cases.
The night curfew entails restricting bars and restaurants to serve customers after 9 pm, but home delivery will be allowed up to 10 pm. Medical stores and other emergency services are exempted from the restrictions.
Issuing the order, the Kalyan Dombivli district administration noted that shops would remain open only from 7 am till 7 pm, with permission to open one of the shops on alternative days. Wedding rituals would be allowed to take place only between 7 am to 9 pm.
Night curfew in Nandurbar district would be in place from 7 pm to 6 am. Everything excluding medical services, milk supply, and newspapers will be closed from 7 pm till 6 am. Furthermore, gyms, cinema halls, auditoriums, and swimming pools will remain closed until further order. In addition to these district restrictions, the order made it mandatory for schools, colleges, coaching class operators, petrol pumps, and other shop employees to undergo RT-PCR tests within 15 days.
The restrictions are said to be in the districts until further notice.
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