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Maharashtra Govt May Consider Night Curfew In Light of Rising Cases: Vijay Wadettiwar

The Maharashtra government is planning to impose night curfew in Nagpur, Amravati and Yavatmal districts in view of the increasing number of Coronavirus patients.

 

The beast of Coronavirus has raised its head again in the state of Maharashtra while the state is struggling to get back on tracks. The district administration along with the health department is working hard to bring the corona outbreak under control. After the curfew imposed in Pune, a night curfew is likely to be imposed in three districts of Vidarbha. Minister Vijay Wadettiwar has given hints in this regard.

Nagpur, Yavatmal, Akola and Amravati in Vidarbha have a large number of Coronavirus cases. Amravati also has more patients than Mumbai. Therefore, a one-day lockdown was issued in Amravati today. Strict restrictions have also been imposed in Akola and Yavatmal. Against this backdrop, Relief and Rehabilitation Minister Vijay Wadettiwar has made an important statement today.

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The Maharashtra government is planning to impose night curfew in Nagpur, Amravati and Yavatmal districts in view of the increasing number of Coronavirus patients. “Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray will soon hold a meeting in this regard and a decision will be taken,” said Wadettiwar.

Meanwhile, the administration has taken a big decision as the number of Coronavirus patients is increasing. A curfew has been imposed in Pune from 11 pm to 6 am. Also, schools and colleges will remain closed till February 28. Also, permission for private coaching classes has been revoked.

 

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