Mumbai: Amidst rising cases of corona virus and the possibility of a third wave in the country in September-October, the Maharashtra government has implemented a complete lockdown in Satara district from Saturday. It has been imposed for eight days. According to the information, strict weekend will be implemented due to high spread of corona cases in Satara, Sangli, Kolhapur, Solapur and Ahmednagar districts of western Maharashtra. Strict lockdown has already been announced in Sangli till 5th July.
- Restrictions will be applicable from Monday to Friday as per the order of Satara District Collector. During this time only shops of essential commodities will remain open.
- Full curfew will continue in the district for two days on Saturday and Sunday.
- Grocery Shop, Vegetable Shop, Fruits Vendors, dairy, bakery, mutton, chicken, egg, fish shop, cold storage, warehouse including essential services will be allowed to remain open.
- Hospitals, Diagnosis Centers, Vaccination Centers, Medical Insurance, Pharmacies, pharmaceutical companies, shops selling medical equipment will be allowed to function.
- All SEBI controlled offices will remain open. Apart from this, all services designated by the Reserve Bank of India will be allowed.
9,489 new cases were reported in the state on Saturday, 153 Deaths
According to the Health Department of Maharashtra, 9,489 new cases of infection were reported in the state on Saturday and 153 people died. While 8,395 patients were cured. With the new cases Maharashtra’s total number of infection cases increased to 60,88,841, while the death toll from Corona increased to 1,22,724. The number of people who have recovered in Maharashtra is 58,45,315. There are 1,17,575 active cases in the state. Maharashtra has a recovery rate of 96 percent and a mortality rate of 2.01 percent.
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