Pune shutdown: 12-hr night curfew imposed from Tomorrow
According to the orders issued by Pune (Maharashtra) Divisional Commissioner, bars, hotels, restaurants will remain closed for 7 days and only home delivery will be allowed.
This is the fresh restrictions will take place from tomorrow in the Pune .
The all religious places will be completely closed for the next 7 days in pune amid massive Covid-19 surge in the state, Maharashtra's Pune district on Friday ordered fresh restrictions and night curfew timings from tomorrow, 3 April, 2021, in order to contain the spread of the corona virus.
According to the orders issued by Pune (Maharashtra) Divisional Commissioner, bars, hotels, restaurants will remain closed for 7 days and only home delivery will be allowed. Religious places will be completely closed for the next 7 days. This amendment t given by the state of Maharashtra .
The order also states that no public function, except funerals and weddings, will be allowed. A maximum of 20 people at funerals and 50 at weddings will be permitted to attend as per government rule. If somebody violate the rule they will be punished by Government. this rule is for the safety pleasure for the people of pune.
Furthermore, a12-hour night curfew from 6 pm to 6 am will be imposed in Pune from tomorrow, 3rd April. "The situation will be reviewed next Friday," said by Pune Divisional Commissioner Saurabh Rao.
Pune district in Maharashtra reported as many as 8,011 new coronavirus cases on Thursday, which pushed its cumulative count to 5,42,422, a health official said.
This is for the second consecutive day the district has recorded more than 8,000 cases.
On Wednesday, the district had reported 8,605 new infection cases, its biggest single-day spike ever since the pandemic began last year.
Its fatality count reached 10,039 as 65 patients succumbed to the infection during the day. The government has taking strict action if some break the rule . this specially for the people protect them self from covid -19.
This rule will start from tomorrow as government rule.