Lockdown: After Amravati 2 More Districts Impose 10-Day Lockdown As COVID-19 Cases Increased

Lockdown: After Amravati 2 More Districts Impose 10-Day Lockdown As COVID-19 Cases Increased
Reference by MumbaiLive

 A day after the Maharashtra government forced a weekend lockdown in Amravati district, the organization forced a 10-day lockdown in Yavatmal due to a new spray in coronavirus cases. 


Locale authority MD Singh said that the quantity of Covid cases in the region has been on an ascent since 1 February. 


Schools, universities, instructing classes will stay shut. No strict capacities will be permitted during this period. Just 50 people will be permitted at weddings. 


We have chosen to direct around 500 tests each day in Yavatmal, Pandharkawda and Pusad city partnerships, the authority added. 


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As per reports, Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray has held a gathering with organizations of Amravati, Yavatmal and Akola, on the COVID-19 circumstance there. Besides, there are discussions to that the public authority may force a stricter lockdown in Yavatmal, Amravati and Akola urban communities of the state's Vidarbha locale "at any second". 


Then, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) tightened COVID-related rules in the city and delivered refreshed rules to be followed carefully. Up until this point, no lockdown has been forced in Mumbai. 


Maharashtra recorded 5,427 new Covid cases over the most recent 24 hours, most elevated day by day hop in most recent 75 days. Maharashtra boss pastor Uddhav Thackeray held a gathering on Thursday, February 18 to take a supply of COVID-19 circumstance in the state and had encouraged the residents to follow the conventions – wearing veils and keep up social removing.

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