The Maharashtra government's new coronavirus regulations will take effect on August 15th, easing limitations imposed in May in response to the second wave of Covid-19.
From Sunday, those completely vaccinated against Covid-19 will be able to use Mumbai local train services, according to Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray.
Those who have gotten their second Covid-19 immunisation at least fifteen days prior to the departure would be permitted to travel in Mumbai local trains starting on August 15.
Train passes will be available on cellphones, ward offices, and suburban railway stations for those who have been properly vaccinated against Covid-19.
"Train passes can be downloaded using the mobile app by passengers. Those without smartphones can obtain picture passes from city municipal ward offices as well as suburban train stations "According to CM Thackeray.
The news came as the Maharashtra government was under pressure to open up Mumbai's local trains.
The state administration has announced that people who have got both Covid vaccination doses will be allowed to access shopping malls in Mumbai and other Maharashtra cities.
The Covid-19 immunisation certificates would have to be examined before customers are allowed inside malls, according to Maharashtra Health Minister Rajesh Tope."There should be guards at malls. It is the responsibility of the mall owner. Guards need to check the certificates of visitors," he stated
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