Mumbai seashores, gardens to stay shut from 8pm to 7am on weekdays, no entry on weekends


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Seashores in Mumbai to stay shut until April 30 as instances spike

All seashores in Mumbai will stay shut for guests until April 30 amid the surge in COVID-19 instances, the civic physique introduced on Tuesday. Municipal commissioner Iqbal Singh Chahal issued the order to this impact directing all assistant municipal commissioners to make sure that all of the seashores stay shut all through this month.

“In continuation and affirmation of the stated orders, the extra restrictions should be strictly adopted by all assistant commissioners of wards to manage and arrest the unfold of coronavirus on conflict footing,” said the round.

The civic chief has additionally requested the Commissioner of Mumbai Police to direct cops to assist assistant commissioners of civic wards in implementing this order.

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Saying a brand new set of restrictions on Sunday in view of the rise in COVID-19 instances, the Maharashtra authorities had said that every one seashores, gardens and public locations will stay closed from eight pm to 7 am on weekdays and from eight pm on Friday to 7 am on Monday.

The federal government had stated that native authorities can take a name on closing public locations below their jurisdictions in case of crowding.

Mumbai’s caseload stood at four,62,302 on Monday, as per the civic physique whereas the general loss of life toll reached 11,797.

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