Night curfew in Maharashtra from January 10; School closed till 15 February – World Affairs SRS

Night curfew in Maharashtra from January 10; School closed till 15 February

– World Affairs SRS

The Maharashtra government on Saturday announced imposition of night curfew and other guidelines from 11 pm to 5 am with effect from January 10 as the state grapples with the growth of COVID-19.

The Maharashtra government has also banned movement in groups of five or more persons from 5 am to 11 pm. Swimming pools, gyms, spas, beauty salons, zoos, museums and amusement parks will remain closed.


Hair cutting salons and malls will operate at 50 per cent capacity.

Schools, colleges and coaching institutes will remain closed till February 15 in the state with few exceptions.

In Maharashtra, hotels, restaurants, cinema halls, auditoriums to operate at 50% seating capacity till 10 pm; Home delivery of food will be allowed.

The state reported 41,434 new COVID cases, 9,671 recoveries and 13 deaths in the last 24 hours. The number of active cases in the state is 173,228. The number of omicrons in the state has increased to 1,009.

Mumbai on Saturday reported 20,318 new coronavirus infections, slightly less than a day earlier, and five deaths, civic officials said.The city now has over 100,000 active cases.

The caseload in the country’s financial capital rose to 895,098, while the death toll rose to 16,399.

On Friday, 20,971 new cases and six deaths were reported in Mumbai.

A Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) release said 71,019 coronavirus tests were conducted during the day, taking the total number of samples tested so far to 1,41,35,556.

Mumbai now has 106,037 active cases as 6,003 patients were discharged during the day.

The BMC statement also pointed out that 82 per cent or 16,661 patients detected during the day had no symptoms.

Of these, only 1,257 patients were hospitalized and 108 of them were put on oxygen, the BMC said.

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