Mumbai Metro resumes today after COVID lockdown: Services halved, trains to run at one-third capacity
Thermal screening will be done at the entry gates and passengers will have to wear masks and maintain social distance.
Maharashtra allows metro trains in Mumbai to resume in graded manner from tomorrow, reopens libraries
Under the 'Mission Begin Again', the state has also allowed local weekly bazaars and business-to-business exhibitions outside containment zones
Maharashtra extends lockdown, but resumes intra-state train services with immediate effect; hotels to reopen from Monday
However, schools, colleges and other educational institutions in the state will remain shut, as will cinema halls, swimming pools, entertainment parks and theatres in malls and market places
As per the new guidelines, which will come into effect from 1 October, theatres and multiplexes outside containment zones to open with 50 percent seating capacity from 15 October and will have to follow SOPs issued by the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting.
Coronavirus updates: As many as 5,84,537 persons have recovered from the viral infection till date and the state now has 1,98,523 active cases, said a health bulletin
The Maharashtra government had barred film, TV artistes and crew members above 65 years of age, from going to work to studios or outdoor sets during the COVID-19-induced lockdown
Kitchens of restaurants and food court in malls will be allowed to remain open only for home delivery through aggregators, it said
Stressing on the need to strike a balance between health concerns and the economy, the Maharashtra chief minister said restrictions would be lifted in a 'step-by-step' manner
Reported cases of several crimes in Mumbai declined marginally during March, and then reduced sharply in April.