Mumbai has issued an order making it mandatory for residents of Mumbai arriving from UAE to undergo seven-day home quarantine along with RT-PCR test on the seventh day as the number of Omicron cases in Maharashtra reached to 100.

It is stated in the order that passengers going to other parts of Maharashtra would be allowed to leave Mumbai coming from UAE, though their transportation would be arranged by the Government. The order further states that passengers coming from other parts of Maharashtra will not be allowed to take public transport.

Passengers who are residents of Mumbai and returning from UAE are also required to undergo mandatory RT-PCR test for 7 days. If the result is positive, the passenger will be shifted to an institutional quarantine as per the extant guidelines for international travellers.

New Omicron Guidelines in Maharashtra:

The Maharashtra government on Friday issued new Omicron guidelines, providing for gatherings of more than five persons in public places from 9 pm to 6 am, among other measures, to be implemented from midnight of December 24-25 has been banned.

Official notification stated, "Gathering of more than five persons in public places across the state prohibited from 9 pm-6 am, only 100 people allowed in indoor weddings and not more than 250 in outdoor weddings,"

Even for social, political, religious events, the number of attendees should not exceed 100 and in open spaces, this number should not exceed 250 or 25 percent of the capacity of the venue, whichever is less.


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