To curb the expansion of Covid-19 cases, the Uddhav Thackeray-led Maharashtra government is predicted to announce sanctions like lockout in Mumbai and parts of the state on Tuesday. consistent with reports, the govt has already given a current and partial lockout in several districts of the state and after discussions with key members of the state's covid-19 task force, CM Thackeray announced new norms for micro lockdown there's an opportunity of declaring to try to to and containment areas.
Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar, Health Minister Rajesh Tope and Chief Secretary Sitaram Kunte yesterday.On Saturday, addressing a virtual meeting by representatives of hotel and restaurant associations, Thackeray had instructed them to make sure strict adherence to the coronavirus protocol on their premises and not force the state to implement stricter measures like lockdown roll in.
New Guidelines - The new restrictions may include the amount of guests at weddings, new attendance criteria for public ceremonies, offices (private and government), consultants for all religious venues. consistent with reports, the task force has urged the Maharashtra government to extend the amount of immunization centers or provide door-to-door services, especially in residential colonies.
A day spike was recorded in additional than 16,000 cases in Maharashtra- With 16,620 recent cases, Maharashtra recorded the most important single-day of the year. While India's total Covid-19 active casiolad has reached 2.10 lakh, Maharashtra's total is 23,14,413. The Union Health Ministry said that Maharashtra, Kerala and Punjab account for 76.93 percent of India's total active cases.
Complete Lockout in Nagpur from 15-21 March - A week-long lockout in Nagpur city starts today. Earlier last week, the administration decided to dam the Nagpur City Police Commissionerate area from 15 to 21 March to curb the growing Kovid cases. During this era , essential services will still function. However, all private offices will remain closed. Government offices are allowed to work at 25 percent capacity.