Earlier this week, the government allowed the reopening of places of worship. Schools for students from Std 9th to 12th have also reopened in some parts of the state this week.
While dine-in services are allowed in 50 per cent of the seats in restaurants and tea shops between 6 am and 7 pm in Chennai, public worship is allowed in small places of worship for rest of state.
While Thane has declared lockdown extension upto July 19 evening, Pune and Pimpri-Chinchwad have extended it till July 23.
According to this order, all malls, barber shops, religious places, gymnasiums, multiplexes and educational institutions will remain closed till further orders.
The state government eased shutdown curbs from June 1, allowing places of worship to reopen, and jute, tea and construction sectors to resume full-fledged operations.
Barring a few restrictions on IT &ITES companies in Chennai, curbs across State eased
The prior-imposed nationwide lockdown, decreed to curtail the potential spread of COVID-19, was to end on June 2.
The Mahindra Group chairman on Monday said lockdown extensions are not just economically disastrous but also create another medical crisis.
The move, to resume bus travel to various states, came after Khattar's announcement on Monday that inter-state bus travel to and from Haryana will resume.
The woman, Ishwari Yadav (23), delivered the baby around 1.50 am with help of some women passengers on the train before it reached Nagpur railway station in Maharashtra.
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The fatality rate is down to 3.1 per cent and the recovery rate has improved to 37.5 per cent, Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan said.
The Union home ministry issued a nine-page guidelines listing the dos and don'ts during the lockdown 4.0 that has been clamped in the country to cut the chain of coronavirus infection.
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