Mumbai restaurants likely to open in early October SOPs being finalised
| Monday | 28th September, 2020
Restaurants in Mumbai and rest of Maharashtra are likely to reopen in early October and a standard operating procedure (SOP) is being finalised for the next phase of unlocking.
Sources in the government and hoteliers association representatives said the business is likely to restart in the first or second week of October.
After Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray's virtual meeting with the restaurant association members on Monday, the CMO said the unlocking SOPs has been prepared but not finalised yet.
“The implementation of SOP, cleanliness and social distancing will be a recipe for your restaurants,” he reportedly told hoteliers from Mumbai, Pune, Aurangabad, Nagpur and many other cities.
A CMO official said Thackeray asked hoteliers to share their suggestions with the state authorities.