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Increase in corona exposure in Pune: Ban on people from 11 pm to 6 am: Imposition of various restrictions

In Pune, Maharashtra, the district administration has again imposed various restrictions as the incidence of corona continues to increase. Prohibits unnecessary activities from 11pm to 6am.

The administration has also ordered schools, colleges and private training centers to give holidays till the 28th. Hotels and restaurants are expected to close by 11pm next week Pune District Administration Has ordered.

Establishment of small isolation areas in corona affected areas, corona treatment centers, increased corona examination, intensification of surveillance, control of marriages etc.

The decision was taken after a consultative meeting chaired by Maharashtra Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar Pune District Administration Has taken.

In the last 24 hours, 998 new coroners have been affected in Pune and 9 have died. As a result, the corona incidence in the district has increased to 5,14,319 and the death toll has risen to 11,698.

Pune Zonal Commissioner Saurav Rao said, “Pune district has been under control for the last three months.

Municipal employees loading goods into the vehicle

There are no restrictions only on the sale of newspapers, milk, vegetable supply, hospital, etc. Hotels, pubs and restaurants should be closed by 11pm as a precautionary measure to prevent further spread of the corona virus.

The corona positive rate in the district has been 4 percent for the past 15 days and has now reached 10 percent. Therefore, restrictions are imposed immediately. Easing the restrictions depending on the environment will be discussed.

It is forbidden to gather more than 200 people at weddings and special events. No one is barred from entering the district. But people have to follow the rules of the corona. “


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