Maharashtra Covid-19 Cases Updates: Amidst the rising corona cases in Maharashtra on Sunday Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray After an appeal from the authorities to strictly follow the rules of Corona, strict action has started from the administration. The administration has also brought restrictions in different districts of the state so that matters can be controlled. Action was taken by the administration after the Corona rules were not followed in the marriage program in Mumbai, Palghar and Jalgaon. Under this, the marriage hall was sealed somewhere and the FIR was lodged against the owner of the hall. In view of the increasing cases of Kovid-19 in the state, different restrictions have been imposed in different areas.
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A week-long lockdown has been announced in Amravati from Monday night to 28 February. In Akola district, the city, Murthijapur and Akot will have lockdown from February 23 to March 1, shops in other areas of the district may remain open 9 to 5. The hotel will have only parcel facility. Schools, colleges, cinema will be closed here. It has been decided to close the school college in Pune by 28 February. Hotel-restaurants can be open till 11 pm. Action will be taken if you needlessly roam from 11 am to 6 am. Night curfew has been announced in Nashik from 11 am to 5 am on Monday night. There will be a fine of Rs 1000 for not wearing a mask. School colleges have been closed till 7 March in Nagpur. The main markets will be closed on Saturday-Sunday. Social, political, religious programs will be banned till 7 March.
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State Cabinet Minister Nitin Raut said, ‘Yesterday the Chief Minister has said that we are responsible for all the rising cases. Nowadays people are roaming, crowding without masks, in view of which we have now taken tough decisions for Nagpur. While there has been an increase in corona cases in the state, the Health Department says that most of the cases are asymptomatic (in which symptoms are not seen). According to health department sources, the maximum number of cases in the state are being found in Amravati district of Vidarbha. Another cabinet minister Aslam Sheikh said that the cases are increasing due to non-compliance of rules. At present, the situation is under control, the state government has already handled more than 3 lakh active cases. From where cases are increasing, samples have been sent to NIV for investigation, whose report will come in the next 5 to 8 days.