Metro train to start in Mumbai from October 15, Maharashtra government also gives permission to open library


As of Thursday, the Maharashtra government has allowed the reopening of all public and private libraries, following guidelines on Kovid-19.

Corona virus pandemic: The Maharashtra government has decided to allow Metro trains (Mumbai Metro) to run in Mumbai in phases from October 15 under its ‘Again Again’ campaign. As per the guidelines issued here, the Maharashtra government has allowed the reopening of all public and private libraries from Thursday for which there are guidelines related to the COVID-19 protocol. To be followed.


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With this, the government has also allowed art exhibitions outside the restricted areas since yesterday. Local weekly markets will also be allowed to reopen outside the restricted areas, including animal markets. Markets and shops will be open for two extra hours from tomorrow until 9pm to reduce crowds. .
Following the Covid-19 investigation, the government has decided to stop indomitable ink stamping for domestic passengers arriving at various airports. Similarly, the health of passengers at railway stations will be checked and stamping on them will be stopped.

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