Thane Municipal Commissioner has forced a total lockdown till March 31 in the COVID-19 area of interest territories in Thane city. So far 16 zones have been set apart as an area of interest in the city. The request, given by Thane Municipal Commissioner Vipin Sharma, said the choice was taken because of the ascent in COVID-19 cases in these regions in the previous few days. Exercises will be permitted in regions outside areas of interest according to unwinding given under Mission Begin Again by the Maharashtra government.
Passing by the warning given by the Center during the complete lockdown, every one of the essential activities will be permitted, while all business foundations would stay shut. Schools, universities, instructive, preparing, training, and different establishments will stay shut till March 31. Moreover, public spots including film corridors, exercise centers, pools, amusement parks, bars and theaters, gathering lobbies would likewise stay shut.
The request said that all limitations that were set up during the cross-country lockdown pronounced before would be in power during this time also. Thane on March 8 added 780 new instances of Covid, bringing the contamination include up in the Maharashtra locale to 2,69,845. The infection additionally killed three additional individuals, pushing the loss of life in the region to 6,302. The COVID-19 death rate in the region is 2.34 percent thus far, 2,56,279 patients have recovered from the disease in the region, which mirrors a recuperation pace of 94.97 percent.
As of now, there are 7,264 dynamic COVID-19 cases in Thane. Notwithstanding Thane, Mumbai has additionally seen a sharp spike in COVID-19 cases as of late. Nonetheless, Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) Commissioner has, for the present, precluded extra limitations. No extra limitations are being forced in Mumbai for the present considering the spike in COVID-19 cases, BMC Commissioner Iqbal Singh Chahal said on March 8. Nonetheless, Chahal said that current COVID-19 limitations will keep on leftover set up and asked residents to follow wellbeing estimates, for example, wearing a face cover openly and keeping up physical separating.
This is one of the biggest steps taken by the state as well as centre as the cases are spiking at every fast speed and if the restrictions are not forced then it would be trouble for everyone.