Latest from Mumbai local train: As COVID-19 cases have seen a sharp drop in Maharashtra, the Maharashtra government led by Uddhav Thackeray has allowed fully vaccinated Mumbaikars to travel on local trains from August 15. However, the government has clearly asked commuters to maintain a 14-day gap from the second dose of Covid-19 to get on trains. “Those who have completed 14 days after their second dose of COVID-19 vaccine, can apply on a specially created application for the rail pass and they can pick up the same from their respective local offices,” CM Thackeray said during ‘a live webcast. August 8.Also Read – Mumbai Local Train Update: Fully Vaccinated Mumbaikars Can Travel On Local Trains From August 15th. Here’s what you need to enjoy the setup
Right now 19 lakhs in Mumbai are fully vaccinated, ”Thackeray said. Currently, common people are not allowed to board Mumbai’s commuter trains, which are only operated for people employed in essential industries and government services.
A step-by-step guide to the general e-pass
- Click on the Universal Travel Pass button in the upper left corner of the web page
- Click on Save your establishment.
- A new window with the establishment’s registration form will open.
- Fill in all the details about the establishment and the coordinator.
Check “I accept the conditions above”
- Click on Register
- You will receive an on-screen message and a mobile phone number indicating that the registration was successful.
- The facility will be approved by the district disaster management authority.
- Once approved, the coordinator will be asked to upload staff details using the CSV template provided on the website.
- After the details are successfully uploaded, staff members will receive an SMS to download the travel maps from the website.
- Staff members can log into the website and click on “Download Travel Pass”.
- Login using mobile number to get OTP. After entering OTP, you need to upload a photo to generate an e-pass.
- Click Print Pass or take a screenshot of the e-pass for future reference.
Those without a smartphone can obtain the offline pass from local neighborhood offices. QR codes will help authorities verify the authenticity of commuters.