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Aug 31, 2020
9:46PM

Maharashtra govt. says, no separate e-permits required for inter-district movement of vehicles and persons

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Maharashtra government today said that no separate e-permits would be required for inter-district movement of vehicles and the person travelling therein for such movements.
 
It also said that there shall be no restriction on inter-district movement of persons and goods including those for cross border trade under treaties with the neighbouring countries. 
 
The Maharashtra government which today issued a notification easing restrictions and phase-wise opening of lockdown under 'Mission Begin Again', said all private offices may operate with 30 per cent strength as per requirement. However, it said, that all the employees will take sensitisation programs to educate the employees to take adequate precautions on returning home so that vulnerable groups, especially the elderly is not affected.
 
With regards to the government offices, it said, that the staff other than Group A and Group B officers will have to attend office with 30 per cent strength or minimum 30 employees whichever is more, in municipal corporations of Pune, Pimpri-Chinchwad and others as may be notified from time to time. Whereas in the rest of the State,other than Group A and Group B officers 50 per cent strength of employees will have to attend the office.
 
The notification said that schools, colleges, educational and coaching institutions will remain closed till 30th of September, 2020, adding that online distance learning  shall continue to be permitted and shall be encouraged.
 
Other activities that will remain prohibited are cinema halls, swimming pools, entertainment parks, theatres (including that in malls and market complexes) bars, auditoriums, assembly halls and similar places. 

Besides, international air travel of passengers, except as permitted by MHA, metro rail and social, political, sports, entertainment, academic, cultural, religious functions and other large congregations will also be prohibited.
 
From 2nd of September, all non-essential shops will be allowed to continue as per relaxations and guidelines issued from time to time. Hotels, lodges will also be allowed at 100 per cent capacity and a separate SOP will be issued for necessary precautions to be taken while operating the establishments.

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