Since the whole of Maharashtra is dealing with the second wave of Coronavirus, the CM has imposed a night curfew in Maharashtra starting from Sunday.

Amid rising cases of Coronavirus in the state, the Chief Minister, Uddhav Thackeray imposed a night curfew in Maharashtra from the upcoming Sunday.


The decision has been taken after an assessment of the COVID situation in the state with the District Magistrates.

According to the guidelines issued so far, all malls in the state will be closed between 8 pm to 7 am.

Though there are no orders regarding the lockdown in the state, the government stated that the healthcare facilities are falling short due to an increase in infections.

However, after a cabinet meeting, the local government have imposed a full lockdown for ten days in the worst-affected towns Nanded and Beed.

The government is all likely to increase the rate of vaccination in Maharashtra.

Recently, the government had also banned the public and private celebrations of Holi in the state.

The state had also reported a new virus variant, “a double mutant”.

Curfew imposed in Maharashtra after spike

The state had recorded the highest spike on March 25 with adding 35,952 COVID-19 cases.

Mumbai, the capital city of Maharashtra had recorded 5,505 cases on the same day.

Stay safe and stay at home, Mumbaikars!

Also Read: Holi celebrations at public places banned in Delhi, Mumbai, Gujarat, and Odisha owing to COVID cases

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