Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray on Friday throughout his handle to the state mentioned that there isn’t any need for a more strict lockdown within the state including people are following the restrictions.
Addressing the state at this time, Uddhav mentioned, “there is no need for a more strict lockdown in the state, people are following the restrictions. We have been able to contain the spread of COVID-19 due to restrictions and lockdown. Our estimate was that there might be 10 lakh positive active patients, but now it is 7 lakh cases.”
The Maharashtra authorities on Thursday prolonged until May 15 the present lockdown-like restrictions enforced to stem the unfold of COVID-19 within the state.
An order issued by chief secretary Sitaram Kunte mentioned the choice to increase the restrictions has been taken because the state continued to be threatened with the unfold of COVID-19. It was crucial to proceed the emergency measures to stop and comprise the unfold of the virus, he mentioned.
The sweeping curbs on motion of people and a number of different actions, imposed early this month, have been to proceed until 7 am on May 1. The restrictions have been additional tightened on April 14 after which final week, brining more actions underneath their ambit.
Prohibitory orders underneath part 144 of the CrPC, banning meeting of 5 or more people at one spot, are in drive. Local prepare providers in Mumbai and public transport are open solely for important providers workers of the federal government.
At current, vegetable outlets, grocery shops and milk shops are allowed to operate solely between 7 am and 11 am. Essential providers have been exempted from the purview of the curbs.
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