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Mumbai 8,648 Kovid cases, 20 deaths highest single-day spic report

Coronavirus: COVID-19 cases increasing in Maharashtra

Mumbai:

Amidst the active infection of spiraling for the past few weeks, Mumbai today reported another highest spike in COVID-19 cases. The city today reported 8,648 cases over a 24-hour period, higher than any previous high. 20 have died, government data show.

Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray has warned of a massive lockout if the situation does not improve. Health officials have warned people against taking safety guidelines lightly.

COVID-19 cases are increasing rapidly in Maharashtra and the state is taking steps like strictly enforcing security guidelines. The Maharashtra government has reduced the rates of coronovirus RT-PCR tests from Rs 1,000 to Rs 500. Charges for the rapid antigen test were also brought down.

Affected by the second wave of COVID-19, Maharashtra has taken steps in the last few weeks to ban the spread of the virus, including a nighttime curfew in the state. After Mr. Thackeray, the officials last week asked the officials to prepare for the lockout if possible, if matters continue to escalate, some state ministers and the BJP said other options should be considered.

Cabinet Secretary Rajiv Gauba told in a meeting on COVID-19 situation in the country today that 11 states and union territories are seeing an increase in daily affairs and have not shown appreciable increase in enforcement of prevention activities.

These states and union territories are classified as “states of grave concern” due to their high and growing daily COVID-19 cases and deaths. News agency ANI reported that the situation was particularly “worrying” in Maharashtra.

Authorities in Pune, Maharashtra, have ordered a 12-hour night curfew starting at 6 pm tomorrow for a period of at least one week, with a review of the order and coronavirus status in the district scheduled for next Friday.

Authorities in Mumbai have taken steps to control the spread of the virus, including conducting random COVID-19 tests on people in public places such as malls and bus stations, where they say many wear face masks or socially Are not sure the distance.

And, as in Pune, financial capital also makes up for the lack of hospital beds and equipment.

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