Maharashtra Government takes strict steps due to Corona explosion, night curfew imposed
Mumbai: Former cricketer Team India great batsman Sachin Tendulkar (Sachin Tendulkar) also could not escape the grip of Corona. He gave this information on the Twitter handle on Saturday. Sachin tweeted that he was taking all precautions to protect against Corona, but still he was hit by Corona.
However, the report of all the other people in his house has come negative. He has quarantined his home. Sachin had recently participated in the Road Safety World Series and India Legends team won the title by defeating Sri Lanka in the final match.
He has been receiving messages of recovery on social media after announcing positive tests for his corono virus. From former cricketers to fans, micro-blogging sites are wishing him a quick recovery on Twitter.
He said, “I have quarantined myself at home and am following all the necessary protocols as advised by my doctors.” Are supporting other people.
The news comes amidst increasing cases of corono virus across the country. In the past 24 hours, 62,258 fresh cases have been reported, the highest in a single day since October 16 last year.
Maharashtra, which is at its biggest surge since the epidemic began last year. The government has decided to impose a night-time curfew in the state from Sunday. There have been about 37,000 new corono virus cases in the state in the last 24 hours.
In view of the increasing cases of corona in Maharashtra, the Aghadi government has decided to impose a night-time curfew from Sunday. The Chief Minister’s Office issued an order and told news agency, “Curfew is to be imposed in Maharashtra from the night of 28 March. A separate order in this regard will soon be issued by the Disaster Management and Rehabilitation Department. All malls have been directed to remain closed from 8 am to 7 am. “
Thackeray was quoted as saying, “I do not wish to put a lockdown. But healthcare facilities are likely to decline, which has led to a decrease in the number of corono virus patients. “The statement said that they have asked the authorities to ensure the availability of adequate hospital beds and medicines. The Maharashtra government has issued guidelines for Holi, Good Friday and Easter.
The state government on Friday said that people should celebrate Holi in a simple way to increase the incidence of Covid-19 in Maharashtra and to avoid congestion. The government said in a statement, “Holi should be celebrated in a simple manner following the norms of social distance on the festival. Rang Panchami should also be celebrated in a simple way.
Noting that in the Konkan region of the state, there is a tradition of carrying ‘palakhi’ or palanquin in a procession on Holi, the state government said that it should be confined to temples and asked the local administration to do the needy.
The government said, “No major religious or cultural event should be organized on the day of Holi and Rang Panchami.” The state government asked the Christian community for the disease on Good Friday (April 2) and Easter Sunday (April 4). Seeing the spread, he urged to celebrate it in a simple way.
The government said, if a church is huge, a maximum of 50 persons should attend a prayer meeting during the Holy Week from 28 March to 4 April. If the church is small in size, a special prayer meeting must be held in the presence of 10–25 persons, and four to five special people may be held on a need-to-know basis.
It states that adherence to the Covid-19 protocol, which includes wearing masks, hand sanitizers, etc., should be ensured, as well as efforts to broadcast prayers online. “No religious event can attract crowds in any way,” the statement said.
Earlier, Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray chaired a meeting of all district collectors today to review the Covid-19 situation in the state. For daily Covid-19 cases, Maharashtra reported the highest number of infections in 35,952 people a day.