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Cinema Halls, Theatres To Reopen In Maharashtra from October 22

The states have been gradually easing restrictions, but at the same time constantly reminding people to follow guidelines

Mumbai: As the Maharashtra state eases curbs amid a drop in Covid cases, Cinema Halls in Maharashtra will be allowed to open from October 22, in compliance with health norms.

The information was shared this afternoon in a tweet by Chief Minster Uddhav Thackery’s office. Also Read: No Decision Yet On Reopening Of Schools In Mumbai: Mayor Kishori Pednekar 

“Theatres and auditoriums in Maharashtra will open after 22nd October 2021 while observing all COVID safety protocols. SOP is in the works and will be declared soon,” CM Thackeray’s office tweeted.

Meanwhile, the state government had on Friday announced the reopening of temples and other religious places from October 7 and urged devotees to follow COVID-19 norms including wearing face masks and maintaining social distancing. Also Read: Maharashtra Schools To Reopen For Classes 8-12 In Urban Areas From Oct 4

“All places of worship will reopen for devotees from the first day of Navaratri, i.e., 7th October 2021, while observing all COVID safety protocols,” CM Thackeray’s office tweeted.

Even as the states have been gradually easing restrictions, the central government has been constantly reminding people to remain cautious ahead of the festive season.

Maharashtra recorded 3,286 cases in the last 24 hours. In Mumbai, 41 per cent of the population is fully vaccinated and 88 per cent of the people have received their first dose.

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