State Chief Secretary Sanjay Kumar has issued a notification to extend the lockdown by one month.
The works which have already been continued will continue and all the earlier orders regarding the lockdown will remain in effect till February 28.
Maharashtra COVID-19 Restrictions: Uddhav government has extended the lockdown till 28 February in the wake of deadly corona virus in Maharashtra. The state government has issued orders in this regard today. Earlier, the state government extended the lockdown till 31 January.
State Chief Secretary Sanjay Kumar has issued a notification to extend the lockdown by one month. The notification states that the works already continued will continue and all the earlier orders regarding the lockdown will remain in effect till February 28.
What is the latest state of Corona in Maharashtra?
According to the latest data from the Health Ministry, three thousand 537 new cases of corona virus have been reported in Maharashtra in the last 24 hours. At the same time, 70 people died on the previous day. So far 19 lakh 28 thousand 603 cases of this epidemic have been reported in the state and 49 thousand 463 people have died.
Mumbai’s lifeline local train opened to everyone
Meanwhile, let us know that Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray has issued an order to resume the local train of Mumbai from February 1 for the general public. But at a certain time, ordinary passengers will be able to travel on a local train. According to the order, passengers working in the most important services can travel in the local train as before.
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