Mumbai: Corona is wreaking havoc in Maharashtra. More than 47 thousand new cases have been reported in one day while 202 people have died. On the other hand, CM Uddhav Thackeray has said that we cannot say anything about the lockdown right now, but if the current situation remains the same, then the possibility of lockdown cannot be ruled out.
Corona in Pune has created dangerous conditions, due to which the cinema, theater, hotel, bar and weekly market in the city has been completely closed for a week. However parcel service will continue from the hotels. It has also been decided to keep all the religious places of the city bus service closed for 7 days. Along with this, all political and social programs were also banned.
The number of active cases in Maharashtra has increased to about 3 lakh 90 thousand. At the same time, 8 thousand 832 new cases have been reported in Mumbai. Despite all the strictness, social distancing is flying in Mumbai.
New wave of Corona in the country
In the last 24 hours, about 89 thousand new cases have been reported, while 714 people have died due to this epidemic. This year has the highest number of deaths and infections on a single day. Meanwhile, Corona Vaccination has also made a record. In 24 hours, 36 lakh people have been vaccinated.
Lockdown in four districts in MP
The entire lockdown has been imposed in four districts in MP. Lockdown has been imposed in Chhindwara, Betul, Khargone and Ratlam. Corona has started scaring the number of patients in Madhya Pradesh too. More than 2700 new cases have been reported in the state. There will be a lockdown in 12 cities of 11 districts of MP from 10 am on Saturday night to 6 am on Monday. There are already orders for Sunday lockdown in Indore, Bhopal, Jabalpur, Chhindwara, Ratlam, Betul and Khargone.
Uncontrolled situation even in Delhi
Corona infection is also setting new records in the capital Delhi. In 24 hours, 3 thousand 583 new cases have been reported in the state, while 14 people have died. On Friday, an emergency meeting was called by CM Kejriwal. After the meeting, Kejriwal said that at present there is no idea of putting a lockdown in Delhi. However, strict vigil is being done in Delhi.