As the tussle with the spread of COVID-19 is prevalent, the Maharashtra Chief Minister, Mr. Uddhav Thackeray recently announced a new set of guidelines/ restrictions called the “Break The Chain Order” dated 13th April 2021 to curb the further spread of COVID-19 in the State of Maharashtra. These additional restrictions are a result of the... Continue Reading →
Covid 19 Update: Maharashtra Covid-19 Guidelines For April 2021
The rising number of cases in the State can only be controlled by imposing stricter restrictions to break the chain and reduce the rate of transmission, hence, the Government of Maharashtra has issued a new set of “break the chain of transmission” directions on 13th April 2021 which will come into effect from 8.00 PM on 14th April 2021 till 7.00 AM on 1st May 2021. We will be covering these directions in detail in our next post.
Covid -19 Update: Extension of application of IBC Amendment Act 2020
The government, sensitive to the hindered cash flows of various companies, has by now introduced three amendments to ameliorate the situation.
Unlock 5.0 – Is this the right time to eat out?
In a brief update to our post of yesterday, we see that the Chief Minister of Maharashtra, in a meeting with the representative of restaurant business associations held yesterday (28th September 2020), stated that the State Government of Maharashtra has prepared guidelines to restart the restaurant operations and activities. These guidelines have been submitted to... Continue Reading →
Covid-19: Unlock 4.0 Guidelines – What’s New
Guidelines by Ministry of Home Affairs The right given to the States/ UTs to impose additional restrictions and to prohibit certain activities outside the containment zones has been withdrawn pursuant to these Guidelines. The State/ UTs cannot impose any local lockdown, outside the containment zones, without prior consultation from the Central Government. The Ministry of... Continue Reading →
COVID-19: Unlock 3.0 – What you can and cannot do
In the containment zones, only essential activities have been allowed to operate. Such activities will be closely monitored by the State and UT authorities and guidelines relating to containment zones will be strictly implemented.