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Maharashtra 5 Level Unlock Plan: Maharashtra government’s big announcement, lockdown restrictions will be relaxed under 5 level unlock plan from Monday

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Maharashtra 5 Level Unlock Plan: Maharashtra government's big announcement, lockdown restrictions will be relaxed under 5 level unlock plan from Monday

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Maharashtra Lockdown: The outbreak of the second wave of Coronavirus may not have stopped yet, but the number of infected people is decreasing in Maharashtra, after which now Maharashtra is concerned about the lockdown restrictions. The government has taken a big decision. Late on Friday night, the state government announced that it is going to relax the lockdown restrictions from Monday under its five-tier unlock plan. However, the lockdown in Maharashtra will be relaxed based on the Kovid positivity rate and the availability of oxygen beds in the state. This order of the state government will come into effect from Monday.

In a statement, the Maharashtra government has said that the lockdown restrictions will be relaxed based on the Kovid positivity rate in the state and the availability of oxygen beds. The degree of relaxation has been decided in the districts of the state according to the level of severity of Kovid-19. According to the guidelines, the Public Health Department will assess the situation every Thursday. The 5 Level Unlock Plan that has been prepared to remove the lockdown restrictions in the state is as follows.

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Level-1

All districts where the positivity rate of Covid cases is 5 per cent or less and the occupancy of hospital beds is less than 25 per cent, falls under Level 1. These districts will be allowed to unlock completely and all activities will continue as normal. Theatres, malls, private and government offices will be allowed to open in these districts. Attendance of people in weddings, funerals and film shooting will also be allowed. Manufacturing and other industries can also be resumed in Level 1 and 2 areas without any restrictions.

level 2

Cities and districts of the state which have a positivity rate of 5 percent Kovid-19 cases and 25-40 percent hospital beds occupancy will be included in Level 2. Section 144 will be applicable in the districts falling under Level 2. Mumbai comes in Level 2 of the Unlock Scheme. Restaurants, gyms, salons and beauty parlors will be allowed to operate at 50 percent capacity. Local trains will not be allowed to operate for the general public.

Level-3

All the districts where the positivity rate of Kovid case is 5-10 per cent and the occupancy number of hospital beds is less than 40-60 per cent, they come under Level 3.

Level-4

All districts or areas where the positivity rate of Kovid-19 cases is 10-20 percent and the occupancy number of hospital beds is up to 60-75, they come under Level 4. Also read: COVID-19: 14,152 new cases of corona in Maharashtra in last 24 hours, 973 new cases in a day in Mumbai

Level-5

Cities and districts with a Kovid-19 positivity rate of 20 percent and above and more than 75 percent of the occupancy number of hospital beds will come under Level 5. There will be no relaxation in such areas. E-pass will be required to travel to and from any city or district falling under Level 5.

However, according to the Health Department, 14,152 new cases of corona virus were reported in Maharashtra on Friday and 289 patients died. Less than 20 thousand cases have been registered in the state for the fifth consecutive day, while the recovery rate has exceeded the number of new infections. There are still 1,96,894 active cases in the state.

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JP Nadda answered Congress leader P Chidambaram’s questions on record vaccination, said- India is not running lame

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JP Nadda answered Congress leader P Chidambaram's questions on record vaccination, said- India is not running lame

New Delhi: Bharatiya Janata Party President J.P. Taking a jibe at former Union minister P. Chidambaram for his remarks on the pace of vaccination, Nadda on Wednesday said India is not lame, but is running on the strength it has drawn from its citizens. Quoting Chidambaram’s tweet, Nadda said, “India is not lame, but running on strength from its citizens. After the record set on Monday, there have been more than 50 lakh vaccinations on Tuesday and Wednesday also. The figures are enough to dislike the Congress. Actually, it is the culture of the Congress that when India makes a record, the party raises questions.

It is worth noting that earlier this month also former Finance Minister and Congress leader P. Chidambaram had accused the Center regarding the vaccination policy. However, he withdrew his statement after some time. Chidambaram had targeted PM Modi over the revised vaccine policy. P. Chidambaram tweeted, “Hoarding on Sunday, vaccinated on Monday and come back limping on Tuesday. This is the secret behind the world record of one day vaccination. I am sure this feat will find a place in the Guinness Book of Records.

Chidambaram taunted in the next tweet, “Who knows, maybe, the Nobel Prize in Medicine should be given to the Modi government. Modi hai to mumkin hai, should be read now, Modi hai toh miracle hai. After raising questions from Chidambaram Along with Union Minister Hardeep Singh Puri, BJP Yuva Morcha National President Tejashwi Surya has also attacked him and appreciated the steps being taken by the government.

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Big statement of Union Minister Santosh Gangwar, women can now work even at night

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Big statement of Union Minister Santosh Gangwar, women can now work even at night

Union Minister Santosh Gangwar (Photo Credits PTI)

New Delhi: Union Labor and Employment Minister Santosh Gangwar has said that India is making collective efforts to reduce the gender gap in labor force participation. Women can now work at night also. He said that the country is ensuring equal pay for education, training, skilling, entrepreneurship development and equal work. Gangwar was delivering a ministerial address on the Declaration and Working Group priorities at the G-20 Labor and Employment Ministers’ meeting here on Wednesday.

The Minister said that the new Code on Wages, 2019 will reduce gender-based discrimination in wages, recruitment and conditions of employment. Women are entitled to all types of work in all establishments. Employers have to ensure their safety and provision of working hours. Women can now work at night also.

Gangwar informed that the period of paid maternity leave has been increased from 12 weeks to 26 weeks. Under the Pradhan Mantri Mudra Yojana, financial assistance has been given to women entrepreneurs to start small enterprises. Under this scheme, collateral free loans of Rs. 9 thousand billion have been disbursed. About 70 percent of the accounts in this scheme are of women.

The Labor and Employment Minister said that in the new code on social security, now self-employed and all other sections of the work force can also be included under the ambit of social security coverage. In the voluntary and contributory pension scheme launched in 2019 for workers in the unorganized sector, there is a provision of minimum assured pension after 60 years of age.

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48 lakh stolen from different ATMs of SBI in Tamil Nadu, bank bans cash withdrawal

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48 lakh stolen from different ATMs of SBI in Tamil Nadu, bank bans cash withdrawal

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New Delhi: India’s largest bank State Bank of India (SBI) has closed the operations of its ATMs in Tamil Nadu. The bank has taken this step after some gang took advantage of technical flaws and stole at least Rs 48 lakh. However, the bank has put up posters at ATM locations informing customers that the cash withdrawal facility at recyclers, ie Cash Deposit Machines (CDM), has been temporarily suspended due to a technical snag.

After withdrawing money from different ATMs in Tamil Nadu, the bank management has decided to stop the operation of ATMs as a precautionary measure. So that after this ban of SBI, customers will no longer be able to withdraw money from ATMs. Tamil Nadu Police has been involved in the identification of this gang withdrawn from the same ATM. Also read: Gurugram: 2 arrested for ATM theft in Fazilwas village, Rs 8 thousand recovered

According to Chennai Police Commissioner Shankar Jiwal, “The theft has happened due to some technical reason in the machines. All 7 cases have been caught in the CCTV cameras. The investigation of the footage is going on. We will also talk to other banks whether such theft happened there also.” A team has been formed under the chairmanship of Additional Commissioner N Kanan to nab the thieves.

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