Pune: The district administration in Pune has decided to impose strict restrictions owing to the rising number of cases in Pune. On Friday, a decision to this effect was taken in a meeting chaired by Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar.
Though there would be no complete lockdown, restaurants, bars, eateries will be closed for the next seven days and Malls, cinema halls, PMPML bus service, religious places will also remain closed. Home delivery would continue.
The weekly markets will also be closed. At Mandai, social distancing will have to be maintained,” said Pune Divisional Commissioner Saurabh Rao.
“Except for marriage (50 people) and funerals (20 people), all other programs have been canceled. The curfew will be imposed from 6 pm to 6 am except for medical emergencies and essential services for the next seven days. Also, during day time not more than five people can gather at a place”, Rao added.
Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) has appointed 400 paramedics at the COVID Centres. “We have again started an audit of bills of treatment at private hospitals as people are complaining about exorbitant fees being charged”, he added.
At the same, the government revealed that all adult persons in Pune will be vaccinated in the next 100 days amid rising COVID-19 cases. At the same, the government revealed that all adult persons in Pune will be vaccinated in the next 100 days amid rising COVID-19 cases.