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Decision on local travel in the next 2 days, while the state will soon announce the opening of hotels and bars

In the first phase, the relaxation of restrictions will be reviewed to extend the time for hotels and restaurants.

Mumbai: Lockdown restrictions are being phased out in the state, including Mumbai. However, Mumbaikars are not yet allowed to travel locally. Therefore, there is a strong demand from ordinary Mumbaikars to start rail travel. In addition, there are frequent demands from the opposition in this regard.

Against this backdrop, the state’s Tourism Minister Aditya Thackeray has made an important statement today about the train travel of ordinary Mumbaikars. A decision on allowing 2 doses of local travel will be taken in the next 2-3 days, Mumbai’s Guardian Minister Aditya Thackeray has hinted. He also said that he was considering giving other exemptions to those who had taken both the doses. Aditya Thackeray has also lashed out at the BJP, saying that the agitating political parties should act responsibly.

Visit by a delegation of professional associations
The Chief Minister was received by a delegation of representatives of Indian Hotel and Restaurant Association-Hotel as well as Hotel Owners Association, NRAE, of hotel and restaurant professionals in the state.

In some districts in the state, some restrictions have been relaxed as a first step. After reviewing the results and the districts still in critical condition, a decision will be taken to extend the time for hotel and restaurant professionals. In the meantime, we want to avoid the third wave of corona, for which we have to strictly follow the corona prevention rules, said Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray.

Oxygen availability of districts will be reviewed
Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray said, “We want to start everything as smoothly as before and as usual.” Now we have relaxed some restrictions in the first phase. It has reduced restrictions on outdoor transactions. But for the indoor, you have to be careful about such things. The second wave required a great deal of oxygen. If the number of patients increases in the third wave, the demand for oxygen may increase, the central authorities said. Oxygen availability in districts with large number of patients will also be reviewed.


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