Mumbai: Spike in COVID-19 cases, Amravati in Maharashtra will be put under seven days in length time limitation from 8 pm on Monday because of the sharp ascent in COVID-19 cases in the region. The area organization expressed that lone shops selling basics products will be permitted to stay open during the check-in time from 8 am to 3 pm.
Shailesh Naval, District Collector Amaravati said, “A time limitation will be forced in Amravati Municipal Corporation and Achalpur Municipal Council limits from 8 pm on February 22 to 6 am on March 1. During this time limitation, just basics shops will be open from 8 am to 3 pm”.
Maharashtra revealed 6,971 new COVID-19 cases and 35 passings over the most recent 24 hours.
As per the state wellbeing division, the all outnumber of COVID-19 cases in Maharashtra has arrived at 21,00,884 with the expansion of new cases. The loss of life in the state has ascended to 51,788 with the expansion of 35 passings.
Inferable from the spike in COVID-19 cases in the state, Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray educated that the coming eight days will choose whether there will be a lockdown in the state.
On Saturday, BMC fined a sum of 16,154 individuals for not wearing face veils at public spots in Mumbai. Rs 32,30,800 has been gathered by BMC on this single-day drive. The vast majority of individuals were fined at places like cafés, theaters, rec centers and clubs.