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Corona Cases increasing in Mumbai; Govt Plans Partial Lockdown

The BMC said on Monday that there are no plans to impose additional restrictions in Mumbai. Whether it is a lockdown or a night curfew.

Yogita S.

Yogita S.By Yogita S.

Published on 8 March 2021 10:58 AM GMT

Corona Cases increasing in Mumbai; Govt Plans Partial Lockdown
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New Delhi: Maharashtra's Uddhav Thackeray is considered to apply Lockdown in Mumbai, but these lockdowns will not be like 2020lockdown. In fact, the cases of Coronavirus infection in Mumbai are continuously increasing and the number of new cases has reached the highest level of four months in the city.

Minister Aslam Sheikh told media that in the next 10 days, the matters of infections do not come in control, it can be partially locked. The Cabinet meeting discussed in the chairmanship under the chairmanship, who expressed concern that the number of issues in Mumbai has reached the level of September.

Corona Outbreak and Guidelines:

According to the reports, Aslam Sheikh said that the state government will try to control the first infection, for the mask can not be imposed on the crowd in the Marriage Hall and Pub. Also the option of institutional quarantine can also be tried.

He said that the vaccination program can be extended to the widespread level with increasing the number of testing. Sheikh said that if the matters of infection continue to grow then the lockdown can be planted.

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Plan of Lockdown:

A minister present in the cabinet meeting said that before partial lockdown, the option of institutional quarantine will be tried instead of home isolation. Currently, corona virus patients are isolated at home. However reports are also coming in that the families of corona virus patients are not taking adequate precautions and due to this, the cases are constantly increasing. The minister said that social distancing is becoming difficult to follow in Mumbai and surrounding areas.

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Yogita S.

Yogita S.

Media Graduate, News Editor and PR Enthusiast.

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