In Maharashtra, the lockdown has been extended till 31 July and it has been named Mission Bigen Again.
Mumbai: The lockdown in Maharashtra has been extended till 31 July. It has been named the Mission Again Again. In the lockdown that has been continued till 31 July, shops of essential goods will be kept open. However, the remaining shops will be opened only under the aud-even system.
The Maharashtra government announced to continue the lockdown till July 31, saying that work would be done with limited staff in the offices. Already the news had come that after June 30, the lockdown would be in force in the state, but it was said to relax some conditions.
in Thane till 10 July Complet lockdown has been implemented from 2 July to 10 July in Thane, Maharashtra. The situation here will be exactly the same as it was during the lockdown in April-May. Only shops of essential services will be kept open.
On Sunday, CM Uddhav Thackeray had indicated
that amid the growing outbreak of Corona in Maharashtra, on Sunday, Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray had addressed the people of the state and said that the lockdown will continue in the state even after June 30, but it will gradually- Gradual relaxation will also be given. Looking at the state of the state, they have to be extremely careful for unlocking.
Yesterday, the Chief Minister said that "Do not think that suddenly after 30 June everything will be normal as before. I appeal to all of you to stay at home. Do not go to a crowded place unless it is very important." Slowly we are moving towards unlock, but we have to be very careful in this. However, it is up to the people whether they want lockdown or not. "
Salons have opened in the state since
June 28, ie, salons have opened in the state since yesterday and shops and offices are already opening. However, work is going on in the state with very limited staff in offices and shops.-Published by The Beyond News.