Mumbai: Amid relief from the second wave of corona, the Maharashtra government has decided to make some concessions in the ban. Significantly, Maharashtra was the major among the states most affected by the second catastrophic wave of corona. But now there seems to be relief in cases of covid infection in many districts of the state.
Announcing this, Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray said that in the districts where corona infection has decreased, shops will be allowed to open till 8 pm instead of 2 pm. Restrictions will continue in districts where infection is still on the rise.
Apart from this, the Maharashtra government has issued a new “Break the Chain” order relaxing the Kovid ban. There are Level 3 Unlocks in 11 districts including Kolhapur, Sangli, Satara and Pune. The Disaster Management Authority will decide to relax the restrictions imposed in Mumbai, Mumbai suburbs and Thane district.
However, it is a matter of concern that in the last few days in some parts of the state the recovery rate of patients with corona has decreased and the rate of infection has increased.
It is noteworthy that in Maharashtra on Sunday, the case of Kovid-1 of 6,479 fresh Lawsuits have been filed and 157 deaths have been recorded. Thus, the total number of infected people in the state has reached 63,10,194, so far 1,32,948 patients have lost their lives in the state due to this epidemic. So far 4,110 patients have recovered in the state.