Maharashtra minister Yashomati Thakur on Wednesday knowledgeable Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray that Amravati district does not require one other lockdown, because the COVID-19 instances are on the decline within the area.
In an announcement, Thakur who’s the guardian minister of Amravati district, stated the every day spike is instances in Amravati division and district is between 213 to 300 within the final two weeks.
“Since the second lockdown, the number of cases is on decline. The decision to impose another lockdown can be taken if the infections increase. I met the chief minister and conveyed this to him,” she stated.
Amravati district within the state’s Vidarbha area witnessed lockdowns in February-March due to a spike in COVID-19 instances.
Maharashtra on Tuesday reported 55,469 contemporary coronavirus instances, the second highest spike within the final two days, taking the tally of infections to 31,13,354, whereas 297 deaths pushed the toll to 56,330.
The state authorities has imposed weekend lockdowns, evening curfews amongst different strict curbs to break the chain of transmission within the state.
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