In view of the increasing cases of Coronavirus, a lockdown has been decided from March 15 to 21 in Nagpur. During this time, all services except emergency services will be closed. Vegetables, milk and essential services will start during lockdown. Lockdown has been imposed on all areas under Nagpur Police Commissioner.
Let me tell you that one year ago, the first patient of corona virus was found on this day in Nagpur on 11 March.
Corona cases increase government’s concern
In Maharashtra (Maharashtra), the new cases of Corona, which are continuously increasing, have increased the government’s concern. To curb the corona infection, the Uddhav government had to decide lockdown in many places. A three-day public curfew was imposed in Jalgaon district after the lockdown was announced in Thane area adjoining Mumbai. Apart from this, a night curfew was announced in Nashik.’Janata curfew’ will be applicable from 12 to 14 March in Jalgaon. The District Magistrate of Jalgaon has issued an order saying that everything will be closed here except emergency services. Earlier on Tuesday, the Thane administration announced a lockdown from 11 to 31 March in 11 hotspot areas of the district.
CM Uddhav Thackeray imposed corona vaccine
Meanwhile, Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray today announced Mumbai’s J.J. Corona vaccine is administered in the hospital.
MPSC exam date extended
In view of the increasing cases of corona, the date of examination of Maharashtra Public Service Commission has also been extended. The MPSC exam was supposed to be held on Sunday 14 March, but due to Corona restrictions are in force in many districts of the state, which has been postponed keeping in mind.
School closed indefinitely
Apart from this, curfew was announced in Nashik, Maharashtra from Tuesday. There will be curfew here from 7 in the evening to 7 in the morning. This curfew will continue until a new order comes from the administration. With this, it has been decided to close all schools in Nashik, Nandgaon, Malegaon and Nifad indefinitely.
Earlier, cabinet minister Aslam Shaikh in the Uddhav government had said that if the Corona cases continue to grow at the same pace in Mumbai, then the possibility of night curfew or lockdown in some areas cannot be ruled out. Talking to journalists in the Vidhan Bhavan premises, Aslam Sheikh said, “The officers have been empowered to decide on the lockdown, that is, the officers can decide the lockdown on their own understanding.”
Can’t have fun at the beach
Minister Aslam Sheikh said that if the pace of Kovid-19 (Covid-19) infection continues, night clubs in the city are likely to be closed. We cannot rule out the possibility of a night curfew or partial lockdown. Sheikh said, ‘Corona protocol is being strictly followed. Action is being taken against those who do not wear masks. The movement of people at the Gateway of India and the beaches has been stopped.
More than 1000 cases coming every day