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What’s Allowed And What’s Not Allowed in Pune

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With an increase in regular cases and fatalities, India’s covid-19 second wave has hit Pune particularly hard, prompting the city to impose strict restrictions for a week starting April 3. To top it off, Maharashtra has imposed state-wide restrictions until April 30, including a weekend lockout from Friday 8 p.m. to Monday 7 a.m. A number of new Covid-19 protocols has created uncertainty about what is and is not permitted within the city’s boundaries. We look at the latest Covid-19 guidelines that must be followed in Pune.

Things that are allowed

  • Medical stores, grocery stores, market yard and vegetable market, dairies, and milk delivery are all considered as important commodity stores. 
  • From 7 a.m. to 8 p.m., takeout orders, parcel service, and home delivery of cooked food from eateries and restaurants are available. 
  • All government departments will now have a 50% attendance rate. 
  • All offices of banking, telecommunications, electric supply, and pharmaceutical companies. 
  • 2 passenger auto rickshaw, 50 per cent vehicle capacity taxi, and private buses only with maximum seating occupancy and no standing passengers. 
  • Buses run by the state, trains run by the railways, and flights are available.
  • During the examination period, students in classes ten and twelve may travel. With a seating capacity of 50%, coaching classes for competitive examinations are available. 
  • Weddings with a limit of 50 guests. Funerals with no more than 20 participants. 
  • Hotels and lodges for residents. 
  • Industrial units to operate at full capacity when making transportation arrangements for workers printing and delivery of newspapers. 
  • E-commerce.

Things that are not allowed 

  • Except for emergency facilities, all stores, markets, and malls will be closed during the day. 
  • Coaching Classes, Schools, and Colleges. 
  • Except for financial, telecommunications, electric supply, pharmaceutical company offices, and industrial units, all private offices are not allowed. 
  • Bus service provided by PMPML. 
  • Eateries, Restaurants, and Beer Bars do not allow dine-in. 
  • Auditoriums, cinema halls, and drama theatres will also be closed. 
  • Amusement Parks, Clubs, GYMS, swimming pools, sports complex, and religious places. 
  • No one is allowed to travel in a public place between the hours of 6 p.m. and 6 a.m. unless they have a legitimate excuse or permission. 
  • Barbershops, spas, salons, and beauty salons are all closed.

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