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Uddhav Thackeray said that the lockdown is being extended till June 15. Some exemptions and restrictions will apply depending on the number of cases in the districts.
The state government has extended the lockdown by 15 days, despite the case being reduced in Maharashtra. Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray announced this on Sunday. He said that we cannot say when the third wave of Corona will come, but we should not reduce our security. He said that cases are still increasing in some districts of the state.
Uddhav said that despite the decrease in the number of cases that are found every day, they are near the peak of the previous wave. In Maharashtra, 18,600 new cases were found on Sunday. These are the lowest since mid-March. Meanwhile, 402 patients have also died in 24 hours. Earlier on March 16, 17,864 cases were registered in the state.
Uddhav said- cases are decreasing in big cities
CM Thackeray said that the lockdown is being extended till June 15. He said there is no need for a strict lockdown, but in some districts the transition is still accelerating. Still the situation has not come under control. However, he also said that cases of corona infection are decreasing in many big cities including Mumbai.
Restrictions and exemptions due to the circumstances of the districts
Some exemptions and restrictions will apply depending on the number of cases in the districts. So far, a total of 57.31 lakh people have been infected in Corona, the country’s most affected state. Here 94,844 people have died due to infection. 53.62 lakh people have been recovered. The state has a recovery rate of 93.55% and a death rate of 1.65%. At present, there are 2.71 lakh active cases in the entire state.
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