Movie theaters, hotels, restaurants and offices, except those related to health and essential services in Maharashtra, will operate at 50% capacity until March 31, the government said on Monday. of State.
Violating the standards will cause the facility to shut down as long as the central government’s notification of the COVID-19 pandemic as a “disaster” is in effect, he said.
No one will be allowed to enter these establishments without wearing a mask and temperature control, the state government said in a notification, with Maharashtra again recording more than 15,000 new cases of infection on Monday.
Establishments (cinemas, hotels, offices) will ensure that they have sufficient staff to enforce the mask rule as well as the physical distance of all visitors.
These restrictions will also apply to shopping centers.
The 50 percent capacity rule will not apply to offices responsible for health and other essential services.
Whenever possible, employees should be encouraged to work from home, according to the state’s notification.
No social, cultural or religious gatherings will be allowed, while a maximum of 50 people will be allowed to attend weddings. Action will be taken against owners of premises (such as wedding halls) if these standards are violated, the government said.
For the last rites of one person, no more than 20 people will be allowed to attend.
In the event of home isolation, the patient must inform the local authorities of the healthcare professional under whose supervision he is
A sign will be put up on the door for 14 days indicating the presence of a coronavirus patient on the scene. Patients will be stamped “home quarantine” on the hand.
If patients violate these standards, they will be transferred to covid care centers.
The management bodies of all religious places have been asked to decide and declare the maximum number of visitors per hour that they will allow, depending on the availability of space to move and congregate with a good distance.