Pune Unlock 4: No e-pass for travelling, PMPML resume services; PMC declares new guidelines

Pune Unlock 4: No e-pass for travelling, PMPML resume services; PMC declares new guidelines

By Akshay Badwe


Pune: After Maharashtra government issued its Unlock 4 guidelines, the Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) declared its guidelines on Wednesday. With hotels and lodge reopening with 100 per cent capacity all non-essential shops are allowed to operate as per the relaxations declared from time to time. In the new guidelines declared by PMC, all religious places, as well as educational institutes, remains closed in the month of September.

On the positive front, e-pass is no more required to travel inter-district with travel movement is allowed.

Check what remains open and what is still banned:

  • Hotels and lodge can start operating with 100 per cent capacity with separate SOP will be issued.
  • PMPML resume service with preventive measures to be taken care of.
  • All-State Governments offices can work in a phased manner with Group A and Group B Officers at 100 per cent strength in the entire state.
  • All private offices may operate up to 30 per cent capacity.
  • No e-pass or travel permit for inter-district movement of persons and goods. Wearing of mask is mandatory while travelling.
  • There will be no restriction on outdoor physical activities.
  • Schools, colleges, educational and coaching institutions will remain closed till September 30.
  • Cinema halls, theatres, bars, swimming pools, entertainment parks will remain shut.
  • International Air travel of passengers, except as permitted by MHA.
  • Social, political, sports, cultural, religious functions and other large congregations are banned.
  • Restaurants or canteen for dining will remain closed (except those in hospitals, airport, railway station, bus stand, government offices).
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