Maharashtra: Now Only 25 Persons Allowed In Marriage Ceremony

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Pune, 14th April 2021: As per the new guidelines released by the Maharashtra government for lockdown between 8 pm today and 7 am on May 1, marriages will be allowed with a maximum of 25 people.


Also, all the staff at any marriage hall or any location serving visitors have to be vaccinated and till completely vaccinated they have to carry a valid negative RT-PCR/ rapid antigen (RAT)/ TruNAT/ CBNAAT certificate.


In case if any of the above are found to be without negative RTPCR/ RAT/ TruNat/CBNAAT Certificate/ without being vaccinated as above, a fine of Rs 1000 will be levied on the offender and a fine of Rs 10,000 will be levied on the establishment.


Repeated offence in respect of a premise would lead to sealing of the same and withdrawal of permission to conduct any gathering therein till operation of notification of Covid19 epidemic.


In case of marriage being conducted inside a place of worship, it will be allowed to do so with adherence to the above rules.


Meanwhile, funerals will be allowed with a maximum of 20 people. All the staff should get vaccinated at the earliest and should carry a valid negative RT-PCR/ RAT /TruNAT/ CBNAAT certificate. Funerals may also be performed at places of worship with strict adherence to the said rules.


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