Mumbai: The Maharashtra Government on Thursday withdrew Covid19 restrictions. At the cabinet meeting held on March 31, the decision was taken by the government. According to reports, using mask is made optional for citizens.
Epidemic Diseases Act and Disaster Management Act that had been implemented, are revoked by the Uddhav Thackeray-led government.
Maharashtra state cabinet decided to take down all the imposed Covid restrictions in the state from April 1.
Maharashtra Housing Minister tweeted in this regard. He wrote, “Today in the cabinet all the restrictions of Corona were lifted unanimously …… Celebrate Gudi Padwa and Ramzan with enthusiasm.”
The western state recorded 119 fresh cases of the virus on Wednesday and two new related deaths. As many as 138 patients were discharged following recovery. The state now has 939 active cases.
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