Due to Corona, lockdown once again increased in Maharashtra till 31 December
Mumbai – Indradev Pandey
The lockdown has been extended till 31 December 2020 in Maharashtra due to the coronavirus epidemic. However, during this period, the things which have been exempted will be retained. It is known that the state government had given permission to open bars and restaurants in entire Maharashtra from October 5. Also bars and restaurants with 50 percent capacity were started. At the same time, schools, colleges and other educational and coaching institutions have been closed.
Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray had said that the Covid-19 epidemic has been brought under control in Maharashtra due to control and discipline of citizens. He also warned that if people do not follow safety measures, it could trigger a second wave ‘like a sunami’.
CM Thackeray had said that ‘Delhi, Ahmedabad and some western states have seen an increase in cases once again and we too are fighting it continuously. Today the number in Maharashtra has reduced. We have to decide which path we want to go. Do we want to go the lockdown route
On Friday, 6,185 new cases of corona infection were reported in Maharashtra. With this the total number of cases increased to 18,08,550. In the state, 85 people died in the last 24 hours, taking the total number of deaths to 46,898. Then 4,089 patients were discharged. A total of 16,72,627 patients have been cured so far. There are currently 87,969 active cases in the state.