UNLOCK 4.0 : Maharashtra Government Issues New Guideline, No Permission, Approval Or E-Pass Will Be Required For Inter-District Travel, Know Detailed Guideline ‘Here’

Mumbai: All restrictions on inter-state or inter-district movement of people and goods have been removed under the new guidelines meant to start more activities outside containment zones amid the coronavirus pandemic by the Maharashtra state government.

 

Starting September 1, people will no longer need to get e-passes or register their details on government websites to travel anywhere within the country, rules issued by the state chief minister as part of Unlock 4 state.

 

 

As per the new guidelines, meant to start more activities outside containment zones amid the coronavirus pandemic, there will be no restriction on inter-state or inter-district movement of people and goods. Unlock 4 rules, however, do not say anything about the quarantine policy which state governments have been altering in keeping with their Covid caseload.

Under Unlock 4, all activities and facilities except cinema halls, swimming pools, entertainment parks, theatres (excluding open air theatre) and similar places, will be allowed. The guidelines to open up the economy, albeit with Covid safety rules in place, come at a time when coronavirus cases have been rising steadily across India, at around 70,000 new infections every day, with the total number of cases crossing 34 lakh behind the United States and Brazil.

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