Lockdown In Maharashtra Can Be Imposed If Current COVID-19 Situation Prevails, Warns CM Uddhav Thackeray

Team Latestly
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Mumbai, April 2: Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray on Friday warned about imposing a lockdown in the state amid the surge in coronavirus cases. "I cannot rule out imposing a lockdown if the current COVID19 situation prevails. People have become complacent," said Thackeray. Maharashtra Reports 43,183 New COVID-19 Cases, 249 Deaths In Past 24 Hours.

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He added that," In a couple of days, strict restrictions will be issued to curb COVID19. If the number of cases keeps increasing, there could be a shortage of healthcare infrastructure in the next 15-20 days." Night Curfew to be Imposed in Pune From Tomorrow Between 6 PM And 6 AM; Bars, Restaurants to Remain Closed, Home Delivery Allowed.

On Thursday Maharashtra reported 43,183 new COVID-19 cases, 32,641 recoveries, 249 deaths. With the latest spike in the state, the overall cases in the state has mounted to 28,56,163 while the death toll stands at 54,898.

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