The period of strict restrictions imposed to curb the spread of corona in Maharashtra has been extended and will now be in force till 0700 hours on June 1, 2021.
According to official notification issued by state chief secretary Mr Sitaram Kunte on Thursday, earlier, the restrictions was extended till May 15 to curb the spread of Covid-19, and new guidelines were also issued on On April 29.
The notification further said that all the restrictions related to ‘Break the Chain’ announced on 13 April 2021, 21 April 2021 and thereafter on 29 April 2021 will remain in force till 1 June 2021.
In addition some other restrictions have been imposed; it is mandatory for every person entering Maharashtra through any vehicle to have an RT-PCR negative test report and this report should be of the test conducted at most 48 hours prior to entering the state.
Only two persons (driver and cleaner) will be allowed to travel in one vehicle for freighters. If these cargoes are coming from outside Maharashtra, both of them will have to give RT-PCR negative test report and this report should be submitted at most 48 hours before it is filed in the state. The report will be valid for only seven days.