Mumbai Police on Friday issued an order banning people from visiting beaches, open lands, seas, boardwalks, gardens, parks or similar public places between 5 p.m. and 5 a.m. on Saturday 15 January.
DCP (operations) S Chaitanya issued the order, which took effect from 1 p.m. on Friday.
“I am happy that Greater Mumbai continues to be threatened by the Covid19 pandemic, in view of the increase in Covid19 cases and the emergence of the new variant of Covid19 ‘Omicron’, Chaitanya said in an order
To prevent dangers to life, health or man.safety and to reduce the transmission of the Covid19 virus, prohibit anyone from going to beaches, open lands, seas, boardwalks, gardens, parks or similar public places, from 5:00 p.m. to 5:00 a.m. the next day, “he added.
Listing other restrictions, the policeman said that the maximum number of participants will be limited to 50 people in the event of marriage, both indoors and outdoors at Il cielo è passi. in the case of the last sacrament, the maximum number of participants will be limited to 20 people. The maximum capacity for social, cultural, political or religious meetings or programs, both in closed and open spaces, will be the same. any limit will be punished under Article 188 of IPC in addition to the Epidemic Disease Law and the National Disaster Management Law.
Previously, the government of Maharashtra had issued an ordinance limiting attendance to meetings in open or closed spaces to 50. also provides that only 20 people can attend the extreme ritual.No more than 100 people inside and 250 people outside have been allowed to attend a wedding or social, cultural, political and religious gathering before. The Covid situation in the city of Mumbai recorded 3,671 new cases of coronavirus on Thursday, an increase of 46.25% compared to the previous day. While the new daily peak was the highest since May 5, no new deaths have been recorded in the country’s financial capital. According to the Chennai Institute of Mathematical Sciences, the R-value, which indicates the rate of spread of the virus, was 2.01 in Mumbai between December 23-28.