Maharashtra government on Wednesday allowed resumption of watersports, nauka vihar, amusement parks, indoor entertainment activities and also permitted reopening of tourist places outside containment zones.
A government circular, dated December 21, said all norms of social distancing and precautions to check the spread of COVID-19 will have to be followed during these activities.
It said water sports and other activities like boating will be allowed outside the COVID-19 containment zones.
“Entertainment/amusement parks including indoor entertainment activities, tourist places will be allowed to function provided the same are outside containment zones,” the circular further said.
The standard operating procedures for these activities will be issued by the departments concerned, it added.
The Maharashtra government on Monday had announced night curfew from 11 pm to 6 am in major cities across the state from 22 December to 5 January as a precautionary measure amid mounting fears about a new coronavirus variant spreading in UK.
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Maharashtra on Tuesday reported 3,106 fresh COVID-19 cases, taking the count of infections to 19,02,458, the state health department said.
With 75 more patients succumbing to the viral disease, the death toll in the state mounted to 48,876, an official said.
A total of 4,112 patients were discharged after treatment from hospitals during the day, taking the number of recoveries to 17,94,080.