Maharashtra Lockdown Update; Mumbai Pune Coronavirus Cases Update | Maharashtra Nagpur Nashik Corona Cases District Wise Today News | Ventilator beds are not empty in Pune due to increasing cases, two patients on one bed in Nagpur; Closed till 30 April between all of Mumbai

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In Maharashtra, in the last 24 hours, 47 thousand 288 cases of corona have been reported and 155 have died due to infection. In terms of statistics, Maharashtra has become the largest hotspot in the world. In the case of new cases, Maharashtra is now behind only the US, where in the last 24 hours, 50 thousand 329 patients have been found. The state has a weekend lockdown until April 30, given Corona’s circumstances. Section 144 is also enforced at night.

Despite the restrictions, new cases are growing rapidly. The situation is that not a single ventilator bed is empty in Pune. A photo of Nagpur has appeared, in which two patients are seen on the same bed. Here, in view of the increasing cases of corona in Mumbai, BMC has closed all maritime till 30 April. Last Sunday a large crowd of people were seen on Juhu Beach.

Despite the Corona infection in Mumbai, there was a crowd of people on Juhu Beach on Sunday (April 4).

3 ministers also became home quarantine

Shankarrao Gadakh, Minister of Maharashtra and MLA from Nevasa area of ​​Ahmednagar district, Minister Sandipan Bhumre has also become Corona positive. Both gave this information on social media. Both homes are quarantine. 5 employees working on the bungalow of Cabinet Minister Varsha Gaikwad have also been found to be Corona positive. Minister Varsha has quarantined herself home.

Center said- Lockdown has limited impact on infection
The central government has said that weekend lockdown in Maharashtra is not effective. The English newspaper Indian Express has given a report citing sources. It states that Union Health Secretary Rajesh Bhushan wrote a letter to Maharashtra Chief Secretary Sitaram Kunte. The letter said that the focus of the state should be on strict and effective control, not on the imposition of lockdown. He had said that the night curfew, weekend lockdown, has a limited effect on the infection. The administration should focus on a strategy of strict and effective control.

The photo is from the GMC Hospital in Nagpur, here two patients are being treated on the same bed.

The photo is from the GMC Hospital in Nagpur, here two patients are being treated on the same bed.

30 teams of the center will review, the state will deploy 5 thousand doctors
The Center has sent 30 teams of experts in Maharashtra who will review the situation. These teams will work on new strategies to prevent infection. Maharashtra’s Medical Education Minister Amit Deshmukh has said that 5,000 medical officers and 15,000 nurses will be deployed soon. With this, final year students studying in the state will be made available for internship soon.

A crowd gathered outside a vaccination center in Mumbai.

A crowd gathered outside a vaccination center in Mumbai.

Pune: Night curfew till 7 am now

Not a single one of the 508 ventilator beds in the ICU of Pune is now vacant. Only 7 beds out of a total of 394 are vacant in ICU without a ventilator. Pune district administration has reserved a total of 7236 beds for Kovid-19 patients. Out of these, only 1081 beds were empty till Tuesday afternoon. According to the Pune Metropolitan Municipality, only 693 without oxygen and 381 beds with oxygen are empty. Night curfew has been extended till 7 am in urban areas of the district. Earlier it was up to 6 o’clock in the morning. Home delivery of food has also been banned after 6 pm.

Silence on the streets during the night curfew in Mumbai.

Silence on the streets during the night curfew in Mumbai.

Mumbai: 14 lakh people vaccinated
On Monday, 9 thousand 857 new patients were found in Mumbai, while 21 people died. So far, 11 thousand 797 people have died due to infection. There are 74,522 active cases in Mumbai. A total of 52,740 people have been vaccinated at a total of 117 vaccination centers on Monday. With this, the total number of vaccinations in Mumbai has increased to 14,11,328. Meanwhile, CM Uddhav Thackeray has written a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, appealing to allow corona vaccination to all people above 25 years of age.

A BMC health worker in Mumbai's Dadar samples a corona.

A BMC health worker in Mumbai’s Dadar samples a corona.

Business institutions decided to shut down
On Tuesday, most major business institutions in Mumbai have decided to remain closed till 30 April. Institutions have also put notices in their respective markets. These include Panchratna, Diamond Market (BKC), Copper Kata, Swadeshi Market, Bhuleshwar, Khetwadi, CP Tank, Masjid Bandar, Abdul Rehmna Street, Jhaveri Bazaar and Nagpada.

Nagpur: Number of patients increased rapidly, people coming from MP-CG also
The number of patients in Nagpur is increasing rapidly. Beds are decreasing in hospitals. A picture of GMC Hospital has come out, in which two patients are seen on the same bed. The hospital’s medical superintendent Avinash Gawande said that this is happening because not only cities, but also patients from rural areas are coming. Patients are also coming from Chhattisgarh and Madhya Pradesh, due to which the number of patients is increasing.

Aurangabad: Oxygen cylinder demand increases
The number of Kovid-19 patients in Aurangabad has reached 15,341. The demand for oxygen cylinders has increased up to three times. A Food and Drug Administration (FDA) official said, “On March 14, the district consumed 17.10 tonnes of oxygen per day. Now it has increased to 49.50 tonnes per day. The government has fixed a price of oxygen and it is being supplied at the rate of Rs 15.22 per cubic meter, which is the highest ever. Earlier this price was reduced to 12 rupees because the demand was less. ‘

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