Maharashtra is suffering due to Corona, new restrictions are also applicable along with section 144

Mumbai: In view of the ever-increasing cases of Corona in Maharashtra and the increasing panic of its new variant Omicron, the Uddhav government of the state has implemented new rules and restrictions from today under the new guidelines of Corona. In Maharashtra, today, section 144 (javabandi) has been implemented during the day and curfew (bandi of communication) has been implemented in the night.

Let us inform that 44 thousand 388 new cases of corona have been registered in Maharashtra in the last 24 hours. Also 12 people died. Corona infection in Pune has doubled in a day. On Sunday, 4 thousand 29 cases have been registered in Pune. While one patient has died. On Saturday, half of this i.e. two thousand four hundred and seventy-one cases were registered. On Sunday, 832 new patients were found in Nagpur district. 96 people also recovered from Corona throughout the day. At present, there are 3345 positive cases in Nagpur district. Meanwhile, new rules and restrictions related to Corona have come into force in Maharashtra from today.
Section 144 has been implemented in the state from today. Orders have been given to close all schools and colleges till February 15. Many more new restrictions have come into force. New rules related to travel have also come into force. Under this, it will be necessary to have RT-PCR report or complete vaccination before 75 hours for travel by domestic flights, train, road. This rule will also apply to drivers, staff and cleaners. It will be necessary to have full vaccination for travel in Mumbai local train and public transport. There is no mention of any rules regarding religious places.

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