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Sunday, 11 April 2021

Big news: - A complete lockdown of 15 days may take place in the state. The Chief Minister will take a big decision today

 ➡️The lockdown could take up to 15 days in Maharashtra

➡️A final decision on the full lockdown could be taken at today's meeting

➡️At least 2 weeks of downfall is required

A final decision on the full lockdown could be taken at today's meeting

Maharashtra is at the forefront of new coroner cases in the country. Corona continues to erupt in Maharashtra despite various restrictions. Once again, Maharashtra is heading towards a lockdown. According to the news, the lockdown will take up to 15 days. A final decision on the full lockdown could be taken at today's meeting.

The lockdown will not be as intense as it was last year

Senior officials said there are currently restrictions imposed in Maharashtra over the weekend. It can be extended and applied until next week. However the lockdown will not be as intense as it was last year. "We are not imposing any restrictions on public transport but people are not allowed to travel without a reason," an official said on condition of anonymity.This way the train or plane will not stop for long. Our purpose behind running trains and buses is to ensure that those who leave home do not get in trouble due to vaccinations, exams and other necessary work.

At least 2 weeks of downfall is required

An official, speaking on condition of anonymity, said experts associated with the task force believe the state needs at least a two-week lockdown to break the chain of coronary infections. The Maharashtra government had announced a weekend lockdown from Monday morning to Friday night. But now the sanctions are going to be tighter than before.

What is the situation in Maharashtra?

In Maharashtra on Saturday, 55,411 new cases were reported, bringing the total number in the state to 33,43,951. The total death toll has reached 57,638 with 309 deaths in a single day. Currently 5,36,682 people are undergoing treatment. So 53,005 people have been given leave in one day. Since then a total of 27,48,153 people have recovered. The transition rate here is 82.18 percent. The death rate is 1.72 percent. The state is testing 2,19,977 samples in a day. A total of 2,18,51,235 people have been investigated so far.

Indication given by Deputy Chief Minister


After the meeting on Saturday, Maharashtra Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar told reporters that a lockdown was needed to break the chain of Corona virus. He said a task force meeting would be held on Sunday in which it was decided to impose a lockdown. After the meeting, Maharashtra government minister and NCP leader Nawab Malik said,Despite strict protocol, there has been an increase in cases of Covid 19. There may be more pressure on the health structure in the coming days.

The Chief Minister will hold a meeting with the task force tomorrow. After which the next decision will be taken

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