Mumbai Police issued an updated list of lockdown guidelines for residents of India's financial capital.

These include:

* Public Places: On weekdays, between 7 am and 8 pm, no more than 5 people allowed. On weekend, from 8 pm on Friday to 7 am on Monday, no movement allowed barring essential services.

* Beaches: Closed down till April 30.

* Gardens/Public Grounds to remain open from 7 am to 8 pm on weekdays, but no more than 5 people allowed.

* Shops/markets/malls will remain closed except for essential services.

* Private offices to remain closed, except for essential services exempted by the government.

* In an auto-rickshaw, only driver and 2 passengers allowed

* In the taxi, Only driver and 50 per cent capacity allowed

* Full seating capacity permitted in bus, but no standing allowed

* Private vehicles will be allowed to operate on weekdays between 7 am and 8 pm. However, they will not be allowed from 8 pm to 7 am on weekdays and between 8 pm on Friday and 7 am on Monday. Only essential services will be exempted.

* Travel restriction exemption for the following:

- Person arriving/departing by train/bus/flight
- Industrial workers travelling by private buses/vehicles (must have valid ID card)
- Students travelling to attend exam (must have valid hall ticket)

* Rules for government offices

- Operate at 50% capacity; no visitors allowed
- Offices for electricity, water, banking and financial services to operate at 100% capacity

* Film and television shooting allowed with conditions.

* Religious, social, cultural and political Functions are not allowed.

* Religious places will remain closed.

* Cinema, theatre, auditoriums, arcade, water parks, clubs, swimming pool, gym, sports complexes to remain closed.

* Restaurants and bars to stay closed (except those inside hotels)

* Wine shops will remain closed. However, home delivery of alcohol is permitted.

* Take Away, parcel and home delivery allowed on weekdays between 7 am and 8 pm. On weekends, only home delivery will be allowed.

* Barbershops, spa, salons and parlours to remain shut.

* Schools, colleges and private coaching classes to remain closed (except 10-12 exams)

* Maximum 50 attendees allowed in wedding function; maximum 20 people allowed at the funeral.

* Newspaper printing and circulation is permitted. Home delivery allowed from 7 am to 8 pm.

* Essential services, manufacturing sector, Oxygen producers, E-commerce services and construction works to remain operational.