A day following a new night curfew was reimposed in the Pune district of Maharashtra, Pune chairman Murlidhar Mohol confirmed that no new lockdown will be actualized in the city as of now. Nonetheless, he attested that the approach on micro containment zones is required to be back soon to contain the spread of Covid cases. Mohal, in a tweet, said that the choice was taken at the new gathering with the area watchman serve Ajit Pawar.
Pimpri-Chinchwad Municipal Corporation (PCMC) Additional Municipal Commissioner Vikas Dhakane has given an order requesting authorities to guarantee required use from veils and hand-sanitizers at marriage halls, cultural halls, entertainment places, multi-purpose halls, religious and spiritual places, social, educational and political meeting places.
Furthermore, divisional office chiefs have additionally been approached to set up new miniature control zones.
Prior in the day, the fractional lockdown was forced in Nagpur to contain the flood in COVID-19 cases in the city. Nagpur watchman serve Nitin Raut made the declaration of new limitations on Monday (February 22). The new COVID rules in Nagpur will be set up till March 7.
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