In Maharashtra Mumbai The state government has warned that people in the included cities will face severe consequences if they do not adhere to the regulations and will be forced to close their shops again.
It has been almost a year since various measures were taken to curb the spread of corona across the country and the spread has come under control in many states. Normalcy is also returning.
In the last few days, the incidence of corona has been increasing in 6 states namely Kerala, Maharashtra, Gujarat, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and Madhya Pradesh. The impact is particularly high in Maharashtra.
The weekly impact in Maharashtra is over 18,000. In states where daily Govt exposure is high, the federal government has advised to increase RT-PCR testing. Consequently, the state governments are taking various measures to control the corona.
A night curfew was imposed in Maharashtra’s Amravati district. School and college holidays have been declared in various districts, including Yavatmal.
Holidays were announced for schools and colleges in Pune district yesterday. Schools and colleges are closed. The district administration has said that the next step will be taken depending on the spread of the virus.
A full curfew has been imposed for 7 days in Amravati district. Following this, restrictions have been increased in Nagpur district as well. Crowds are high in public places in Mumbai, the capital of Maharashtra.
People in many parts of Mumbai are acting with indifference. People are roaming uncontrollably in all areas such as markets and shops. They browse as they wish without wearing a mask and without following the corona precautionary measures.
Subsequently in Maharashtra Mumbai The Maharashtra state government has warned that people in cities including the state will face severe consequences if they do not comply with the regulations and will be forced to close their shops again.