Maharashtra state, as part of its Mission Begin Again, will introduce the second set of relaxation from COVID-19 lockdown from today, June 5. As reported earlier, markets can open on an alternate basis. Movement via taxis, rickshaws, and two- and four-wheelers will be allowed for essential purposes from today.

On June 4, the state government released an order which said that inter-district movement within the Mumbai Metropolitan region will be allowed. The order also stated that printing and delivery of newspapers will be allowed from June 7. Proper COVID-19 precautions must be taken for the delivery of the newspaper including sanitising one’s hands and wearing of masks.

Maharashtra Lockdown 5.0: What’s allowed from June 5:

  • Markets except malls and market complexes can open and will be allowed to function from 9.00 am to 5.00 pm. Shops on one side of the lane will be allowed to open on odd dates and shops on the other side to open on even days. Use of trials rooms will not be allowed and there will be a no-return policy on goods sold. Shopkeepers will be responsible for maintaining proper physical distancing of their customers. Shoppers will be encouraged to visit via walking or cycling. Use of motorised vehicles will be discouraged.
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