Mumbai. After the increasing cases of Omicron, from today in Maharashtra Night Curfew has been installed. Issued by Maharashtra Government New Guideline of Coronavirus It has been said that the night curfew will continue from 9 pm to 6 am. During this time, not more than 5 people will be able to gather at one place in any part of the state. It has been strictly stated by the government that Corona rules Violation will attract a fine of Rs 500. Also, for breaking the rules in the program, the organizers may have to pay a fine of up to 50 thousand rupees.
At the same time, 100 people will be allowed in indoor weddings, 250 people will be allowed in outdoor weddings. Apart from this, gyms, spa hotels, theaters and cinema halls can be opened with 50 percent capacity. In the new guideline, the number of people present in other social, political, religious events should not exceed 100 and more than 250 people will not be allowed to attend this number in the open space.
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Let us tell you that once again the cases of corona are increasing rapidly in Maharashtra. In the last 24 hours, 1410 new cases have been registered. While the death of 12 people has increased the concern of the government, the state is once again moving towards the third wave.
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In the festive season, the cases of infection can increase even more rapidly. During Christmas and New Year, a large number of people come out of the house at night to celebrate. During this, huge crowds are present in restaurants and hotels. It is believed that due to this, cases of corona infection may increase in Maharashtra.
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