Maharashtra CM Uddhav Thackeray to attend meeting with PM Modi over COVID-19 situation

Mumbai: Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray will attend a gathering on the Covid-19 scenario within the state with Prime Minister Narendra Modi at 6.30 pm on Thursday by way of video conferring.

Maharashtra reported 55,469 new COVID-19 circumstances and 297 deaths on Wednesday– the very best by any state in India. The lively variety of circumstances within the state stands at 4,72,283. The dying toll within the state has gone as much as 56,330.

To curb the depth of the rising circumstances within the state, the Maharashtra authorities on Wednesday introduced new Covid-19 pointers for Mumbai to limit the motion of individuals in public areas and transport whereas exempting these concerned in important companies.

In the meantime, Mumbai Police the up to date lockdown pointers which prohibit the motion of individuals in public areas and transport whereas exempting these concerned in important companies.

In a collection of tweets, Mumbai Police introduced the up to date lockdown pointers, which acknowledged: “Public Locations: Weekdays (7 am-Eight pm) – the motion of not more than 5 folks allowed Weekdays (Eight pm-7 am) and eight pm Friday to 7 am Monday – no motion besides important companies Seashores- Closed until 30 April.”

Whereas personal places of work will stay closed, authorities places of work have been allowed to run with 50 per cent occupancy whereas authorities places of work required for response to COVID-19, electrical energy, water, banking and monetary companies are allowed to perform with 100 per cent capability.

Furthermore, solely 50 company are allowed in wedding ceremony ceremonies whereas no more than 20 folks can attend funerals.

On Monday, Chief Minister Thackeray additionally wrote a letter to PM Modi urging to decrease the age group eligible for vaccination to 25 years outdated to curb the depth of the rising circumstances within the state.

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