Maharashtra: Unlock 4 Guidelines: The Maharashtra government has removed the need for e-pass from September 2 for travel between districts. According to the new guidelines issued on Monday, the movement of passengers through private bus, mini bus and other operators has also been allowed in the state. Apart from this, people above 65 years and under ten years of age have been advised to leave the house only for necessary work and health reasons. The government says that working from home should be given priority as far as possible.
Permission to serve liquor in bar-pubs in Karnataka
The Karnataka government, with a capacity of 50 per cent, has been allowed to serve liquor in bars, pubs and clubs in the state from Tuesday. There was a ban on serving liquor since the lockdown implemented in March, but in May, the state government gave them permission to sell liquor.
Kovid test will be done at the entry of Arunachal
As per the Unlock-4 guidelines issued by the Government of Arunachal Pradesh, every person entering the state from September 1 to September 30 will be subjected to a Kovid-19 test through rapid antigen test. State Chief Secretary Naresh Kumar has issued a notification in this regard.