On May 31, a day after the Centre announced significant relaxations under “Unlock 1”, the Maharashtra government had extended the lockdown till June 30, but announced a slew of relaxations and phase-wise resumption of activities under the “Mission Begin Again”.
All markets, market areas, and shops, except malls, were allowed to reopen in the state from June 5 on the odd-even basis in non-containment zones. It also allowed private offices to operate with up to 10 percent of their employee strength as per the requirement from June 8.
The chief minister also said that wearing face-masks, maintaining physical distance, washing hands regularly should be made part of our lives. “This is necessary for the good health of our own and our loved ones. Self-discipline is must,” he said.
“The lockdown has not been reimposed. CM Uddhav Balasaheb Thackeray has appealed to the people to refrain from crowding. He has earnestly requested them to follow the Govt’s instructions and take necessary precautions to stay safe and take care,” it said in a tweet.
He had said the COVID-19 threat still persists and the lockdown had been eased to ensure economic activity doesn’t remain standstill. “We are easing lockdown restrictions in phases to restart the economy. But the lifting of restrictions does not mean unnecessary crowding and violating discipline of physical distancing and hygiene,” he said.
“If the situation continues, lockdown will need to be enforced,” he had said. He had, however, expressed confidence people would abide by government guidelines.
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