After BMC Commissioner Iqbal Chahal's announcement that Mumbai falls under Level 3 of the Maharashtra government's 'Break the chain' unlock plan, Gyms and salons in the city are set to open from June 7 with 50 percent capacity till 4 pm.
This decision was taken in view of the city's weekly case positivity rate and oxygen beds occupancy as of Thursday, June 3 with 5.56 per cent positivity rate and 32.51 per cent oxygen bed occupancy.
On Friday, Mumbai recorded only 973 new novel coronavirus cases on Friday taking the overall COVID-19 tally to 7,09,941.
New COVID-19 guidelines for Mumbai:
Dine-in at restaurants at 50% capacity shall be allowed till 4 pm after which only takeaway and home delivery is permitted
Shops dealing with non-essential items will be open till 4 pm on weekdays
All malls and theatres will remain closed
All passengers will be permitted to travel by BEST buses
Travel in local trains is permitted only for medical, essential services and women
Office attendance at 50%
Shops dealing with essential items will be open till 4 pm on all days
Cycling and morning walk is allowed between 5 am and 9 am
Private offices can remain open till 4 pm on working days
Playgrounds will be allowed from 5 am-9 am
Gyms and salons can remain open till 4 pm with a 50% capacity
E-commerce of all items is allowed