The Maharashtra Government is the first to relax all covid curbs and has also removed the mandate on wearing masks. The decision was arrived at the state bureau meeting which was led by the Chief Minister.
Maharashtra residents can now gradually go back to living a semblance of normal life, as they did before the pandemic. The CM-led bureau has unfailingly endorsed the phased-out relaxation of all COVID-19 regulations, making the state ready for the fantastic festivals of the forthcoming Gudi Padwa, Ramzan and the birth commemoration of BR Ambedkar. These curbs will be relaxed from the Gudi Padwa, which falls on Saturday, April 2.
Thackrey, while wishing the people of Maharashtra, said that Gudi Padwa is the beginning of the new year and the fear of the virus seems to be fading after two years of battling the deadly pandemic. To mark this momentous occasion and celebrate the lowering risk of Covid-19, the restrictions on movement and other regulations were being lifted.
Notwithstanding, residents ought to wear masks, maintain a protected separation and receive an immunization shot against the virus, to stay away from future risk of the pandemic, said Thackeray. He likewise encouraged individuals to exercise utmost care by following the well-being standards. He also instructed the committee to give elaborate orders in the public interest, right away.
The Chief Minister offered his gratitude to the police, districts, income and country improvement offices and the organization in general for battling Covid-19 constantly and extended his appreciation to them a