Despite the rapid increase in the number of patients, people in cities like Pune still do not seem to take corona seriously. The Pune administration has started aggressive action.
Pune, February 22: Coronary artery disease is on the rise in many places in the states including Pune, Mumbai and Nagpur. So there are signs that a second wave of Covid-19 is coming to the state. The administration has once again tightened restrictions and imposed other rules, including social discrimination and masks. But in a city like Pune, people still don’t seem to take Corona seriously. The Pune administration has started aggressive action.
The Pune Municipal Corporation’s health department has taken action against some hotels for admitting more people than the norm. This includes the famous Vaishali restaurant on Ferguson Road. The health department has also taken action against the old and famous Goodluck Hotel.
The action has been taken due to overcrowding as per the rules. Vaishali, Goodluck and 47 hotels in Pune have been fined Rs 5,000 each.
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As the corona is on the rise in Pune, Divisional Commissioner Saurabh Rao had said in a press conference on Sunday that he had tightened the rules.
Hotels, bars, restaurants in Pune are now allowed to continue till 11 pm. However, no more than the allotted capacity can be admitted at a time.
What are the new rules in Pune?
Strict action will be taken against unwanted walkers in the city after 11 pm and you should also avoid leaving the house after 11 pm, otherwise you may have to face legal action.
All schools in Pune district will be closed till February 28 and colleges and private coaching classes will also be closed.
Competitive examination studies will be continued at 50 per cent capacity.
Action will be taken against those who walk in Pune without any reason from tomorrow night.