COVID-19 restrictions in Pune: Check what will remain shut
All non-essential services/ activities such as, cinema halls, shopping malls, restaurants, bars and religious places will remain shut in Pune
Pune: In an effort to prevent the COVID-19 spread, Pune administration has imposed strict measures in the district from midnight of Saturday, April 3 till next week.
Part of the restrictions, all non-essential services/ activities such as, cinema halls, shopping malls, restaurants, bars and religious places will remain shut for one week. The decision to impose stringent curbs in the district was taken after over 8,000 cases were reported in Pune on Thursday.
Check the detail list of what will remain shut:
· All restaurants, bars, cafes will be closed for the next seven days.
· Home delivery, takeaways and parcel service will remain functional.
· Curfew will be enforced between 6 pm to 6 am
· Shopping malls, cinema halls, theatres will be shut.
· All religious places will remain closed.
· PMPML service is suspended for seven days.
· Only 50 people will be allowed to attend wedding while 20 permitted to attend death funerals.
· Schools and colleges will remain closed till April 30. However, exams planned accordingly will be held.
Deputy CM Ajit Pawar who is Pune’s Guardian Minister on Friday held meeting along with members of Parliament including Girish Bapat, Dr Amol Kolhe, Vandana Chavan, Shrirang Barne, Pune Mayor Murlidhar Mohol, Pimpri Chinchwad Mayor Usha Dhore, Pune Divisional Commissioner Saurabh Rao, Pune Municipal Commissioner Vikram Kumar, District Collector Dr Rajesh Deshmukh, Pune and Pimpri Chinchwad Police Commissioners, District Health Officer as well as other senior officers from the administration. The meeting was held to review the COVID-19 situation in the district.
Meanwhile, Pune district in 24 hours reported 8,011 new cases. Of the total cases, 4,103 new COVID cases were recorded from Pune city (Pune Municipal Corporation) followed by 2,113 in Pimpri Chinchwad (Pimpri Chinchwad). While, rural area and Cantonment witnessed 1,272 and 132 fresh cases respectively. This has taken the active caseload to cross the grim mark of 64,000 in the district.