Thousands of new corona cases are coming up in Maharashtra every day. In such a situation, questions are being raised whether the lockdown will be implemented in Maharashtra again. Maharashtra Chief Minister Ajit Pawar’s reaction has come about this. He has said that a decision will be taken to implement the lockdown in the state in the coming 8-10 days. It is known that many states have announced night curfew in some of their cities.
Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar in Pune said, “There was a lot of rush during Diwali. The situation was the same at the time of Ganesh Chaturthi. We are talking to the departments concerned. The situation will be investigated after 8 to 10 days “It will be decided on the basis of the lockdown.” “There are now speculations that a second wave of Corona may be coming. The government has enacted several rules to start schools, including ways to sanitize schools differently,” he said.
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The state government has given permission to open schools from class 9 to 12 from tomorrow. However, the schools will be opened on the basis of how Kovid-19 is located in the area of the school concerned. Schools will not be opened in Pimpri Chinchwad until November 30. On Sunday, Pune’s Zilla Parishad said, “Out of 5,671 samples taken from rural areas of Pune, 17 teachers and staff are positive. More teachers and teaching staff will be tested.”
Deputy Chief Minister Sharad Pawar’s statement comes at a time when speculation is rife that the state may impose lockdown again. Maharashtra is also considering a ban on flights to and from Delhi as Corona in the capital increases.
On Saturday, 5,670 new cases of corona were reported in Maharashtra. After this, the total number of cases is 17,74,455. The total number of people who died with 62 deaths has risen to 46,573. Maharashtra has so far conducted 1,01,20,470 corona tests.