In Maharashtra, a lockdown has been declared in several districts including Amravati after the corona virus case in Maharashtra has risen sharply, while in Nashik besides Pune, night curfew has also been imposed from 11 am to 6 am.
In many cities of Maharashtra, corona virus (coronavirus case in Maharashtra) cases are rising rapidly again. In view of this, school colleges have been closed in Pune till February 28 and night curfew has also been banned in Nashik besides Pune from 11 am to 6 pm. In addition, lockdown has been announced in Yavatmal, Amravati and Achalpur.
Complete lockdown in these districts of Maharashtra
A complete lockdown has been imposed at Amravati and Achalpur in Maharashtra, which will be in force from 8 pm to 8 pm today (February 22). The entire lockdown will remain in Yavatmal, Akola and Akot from 6 am to 6 am tomorrow (February 22). However, emergency services will remain operational in these districts.
1355 buildings sealed in Mumbai
In Mumbai, 1355 buildings have been sealed in view of the increasing cases of corona virus (Coronavirus Case in Mumbai). In addition, there is a provision for sealing precautions if there are more than 5 patients in any building.
Prohibition of political and religious programs
Following the rapidly escalating cases of Covid-19, the state government has announced a ban on all political and religious events, which are likely to be crowded. At the same time, the government has indicated that there may be a lockdown in Maharashtra if the situation worsens.
47,000 new cases reported in 10 days
In Maharashtra, new cases of coronavirus have risen rapidly in the last 10 days and nearly 47,000 new cases have been reported. In Maharashtra, 6791 cases were reported on Sunday (February 21) and more than 6000 new cases of Kovid-19 were registered in the state for the third consecutive day. On Sunday, 921 new cases were reported in Mumbai, 666 in Amravati, 640 in Pune, 599 in Nagpur, 291 in Pimpri Chinchwad and 103 in Aurangabad city.