Kalyan-Dombivali on 3rd August:
As per the announcement made by the state government, the curfew restrictions in Kalyan Dombivali have also been relaxed and the extension of shop hours has come as a great relief to the shopkeepers and traders. The decision has been welcomed by the shopkeepers and traders in Kalyan Dombivali, who have been included in Covid Level 3 as a precaution against the backdrop of the third wave, despite the low number of Covid patients. (eventually-the-covid restrictions-in-the-kdmc-sector-were-also-relaxed-shops-allowed-to-continue-until-10-pm)
Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray had yesterday announced relaxation of restrictions in the district where Kovid patients are scarce. Accordingly, Thane District Collector Rajesh Narvekar reviewed the situation in the district and issued an order relaxing the restrictions. After that, the Kalyan Dombivali Municipal Administration also issued orders for KDMC area as per the order of District Collector Narvekar. The new rules will be implemented from today, August 3, and will remain in force till further orders from the government.
As per today’s rules, all the shops with essential services will be open till 10 pm on all days of the week. The special thing is that all the shops and establishments except the essential service shops will be open from 10 pm on Monday to Saturday and it has been decided to keep them closed on Sundays. Shopping malls and multiplexes will remain completely closed, while restaurants and hotels will be open at 50 per cent capacity from Monday to Saturday from 4 pm and will be closed full time on Sundays. The hotel-restaurant is allowed to continue parcel service after 4 pm.
Meanwhile, there was a huge demand from the business community for extension of shop hours. Accordingly, the state government has relaxed the restrictions and given a big relief to the traders and shopkeepers in the run-up to the upcoming festivals.
Here are the new rules
All essential services shops will be open until 10pm on all days of the week, #Palava News
Shops and establishments other than essential service shops will be open from 10 a.m. Monday to Saturday and will be closed on Sundays.
Shopping malls will be completely closed,
Restaurants and hotels will be open Monday through Saturday from 4pm, closed full time on Sundays, and parcel service will continue, #Palava News
Restaurants and hotels will continue to operate at 50 percent capacity,
Exercise schools, yoga classes, salons, beauty parlors and spas will be open at 50 per cent capacity from Monday to Saturday at 10pm and closed on Sundays.
Public grounds and parks will only be open for exercise, walking, running, and cycling from 5 a.m. to 9 p.m.,
Religious places will still be closed, #Palava News
Shooting will continue as scheduled,
The orders issued by the Mumbai Municipal Corporation regarding suburban locals will remain applicable, i.e. local access will be closed,
The wedding can be done in the presence of 50 people and the funeral can be done in the presence of 20 people.
Public transport will continue but will not be able to travel vertically, #Palava News
All cinemas, theaters, multiplexes will remain closed,
All government and private offices will continue to operate at 100% capacity, #Palava News