Night curfew imposed in this city of Maharashtra, total lockdown in Amravati

Mumbai: Right now the corona infection is returning to havoc. In such a situation, if the worst hit of Corona is anywhere, then it is Maharashtra. Once again, the corona has started knocking. Day by day corona cases are increasing here. Now, taking strict decisions the government has imposed other restrictions with a lockdown in some cities. Indeed, CM Uddhav Thackeray has given an ultimatum that 'lockdown will have to be imposed if the situation does not improve.' Today all government, religious and public programs in Maharashtra have been banned.

Apart from this, Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray has also said in his statement, 'If people do not wear masks, then lockdown will have to be done.' The next 8 days are very important to stop the spread of corona. In the coming 8 to 15 days, you will know whether this is the second wave of the corona. The Uddhav government has shown strictness in Maharashtra as the situation is uncontrollable. It is being said that all political, social, and religious gatherings have been banned in the state from today.

In addition, government meetings and demonstrations have also been banned. Political visits have also been halted. With this, it has been said that there will be a lockdown in Amravati and Achalpur for 7 days. At Yavatmal Akola Buldhana Washim, some restrictions have been imposed till 1 March. It has also been decided that only 25 people will be present at weddings to be held here. Apart from this, 15 percent of the employees can come to the office, and a night curfew has been imposed in Nashik. In Pune, the school colleges will remain closed till 28 February and there will be a night curfew.

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