CM Uddhav Thackeray warns against complete lockout in Maharashtra after massive increase in Corona case
In Maharashtra, 47 thousand cases have been reported in 10 days. The number of patients started increasing in the state from 12 February and it is continuing continuously.
The fast growing corona cases in Mumbai Maharashtra have raised the concern of the state government. Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray has announced a ban on all political and religious programs in the state from Monday. He said that if the situation does not exist then lockout can be implemented in the state again.
There is complete lockout from today in Amravati and Achalpur in Maharashtra, the lockout will continue from 8 am to 8 pm on March 1. In Akola, Akot and Murtijapur, there will be complete lockout from 6 am to 6 am on March 1. However, emergency services will continue in all these places.
A night curfew was imposed in Pune and Nashik since last night. It has been decided to impose night curfew in view of increasing cases of corona in both cities. Which will be applicable from 11 am to 6 am. Not only this, it has also been announced to close all schools and colleges in Pune by 28 February. Whereas if you are found wearing a mask in a public place in Nashik, you will have to pay a fine of thousand rupees.
Meanwhile, amid growing cases of corona, the Maharashtra government has also announced strict rules for the entire state. From today political, religious and social gathering will be banned in Maharashtra. If the situation worsens, lockout may also occur in Maharashtra. The Government of Maharashtra has started Mr. Jawadar's campaign, in which people have to tell whether lockout is required or not. There will be a decision on the lockdown in the next 8 days.
On one hand, corona cases are steadily increasing. In Maharashtra, 47 thousand cases have been reported in 10 days. The number of patients started increasing in the state from 12 February and it is continuing continuously. On Sunday, 6971 new patients of corona virus have been confirmed in Maharashtra, after which the total cases have crossed 21 lakh. This is the third day when the number of cases of infection is more than 6000. Nearly three months later, more than 6000 cases were reported in the state on Friday.