Mumbai Mayor Hints At Another Lockdown In The City As Covid Cases Surge - LiveNews360

Mumbai Mayor Hints At Another Lockdown In The City As Covid Cases Surge

Mumbai: The sudden surge in Covid-19 circumstances has change into very regarding for the folks of Mumbai. The metropolis’s mayor Kishori Pednekar, pointed on the possiblity of one other lockdown if the circumstances hold surging and folks do not comply with precautions set by the federal government.

It’s a matter of concern. Most folks travelling in trains do not put on masks. People should take precautions else we might head in direction of one other lockdown. Whether lockdown will likely be applied once more, is within the arms of individuals’, she stated in line with ANI.

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On Sunday, Maharashtra reported greater than 4,000 Covid circumstances after a span of 39 days, whereas Mumbai reported over 600 circumstances after over a month. The well being division stated that Maharashtra’s COVID-19 restoration price stands at 95.7 per cent, whereas the fatality price was recorded at 2.5 per cent.
The sudden surge in circumstances has instilled concern in Mumbaikars. The authorities has requested the folks to proceed following the Covid tips which embrace sporting masks in public locations, maintaining a 6 ft distance and washing arms commonly. The state which had been reporting the very best variety of circumstances, on Sunday reported 40 coronavirus-related deaths, which pushed the demise toll depend to 51,529.

According to Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Maharashtra has 37383 energetic circumstances, and a complete of 51552 deaths.

Kerala, Maharashtra and Karnataka cumulatively account for 77 p.c of India’s complete energetic circumstances. On Monday, Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan introduced the folks above 50 years of age will likely be administered the coronavirus vaccine from subsequent month.
“We will be in a situation to administer vaccines to those above 50 years of age in March,” he stated, including no new COVID-19 circumstances have been reported within the nation’s 188 districts within the final seven days.

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