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Mumbai Covid-19 Restrictions Eased: From Night Curfew to 50% Capacity in Restaurants; All You Need to Know


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The state govt on Tuesday lifted the night curfew in Mumbai as the city reported a decline in the number of Covid cases.

The Maharashtra government on Tuesday announced relaxation of Covid-19 restrictions in Mumbai as the city reported less than 1000 cases on Monday. According to the new guidelines, the night curfew has been lifted. Besides, restaurants and theatres are allowed to operate in Mumbai as per their usual timings before the advent of the pandemic, but with 50% capacity.

New Guidelines:

-Beaches, Gardens, Parks to remain open as per normal timing before the advent of the Covid-19 pandemic.

-Amusement/ Theme parks to remain operational with 50% of the operational capacity

-Swimming pools, water-parks to remain open with 50% capacity

-Restaurants, theaters, natyagrihas shall remain open with 50% capacity as per normal timing before the advent of the Covid-19 pandemic.

-Bhajans & all other local, cultural and folk entertainment programs to be allowed with 50% capacity of the hall/pandal

-Marriages may have guests up to 25% of the capacity of the open ground and banquet halls or 200, whichever is lower

-There shall be no restrictions on movement during the night hours from 11.00 pm to 5.00 am

-25% audience is permitted in competitive sports and other activities, including horse racing. This capacity is to be taken as the capacity for fixed chairs or seating arrangements. Standing and movable crowds must be avoided

-Local tourist spots to remain open as per normal timing

-Weekly markets to remain open as per normal timing

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