Maharashtra lockdown to be
extended by 15 days beyond Apr 30
Maharashtra lockdown to be extended by 15 days beyond Apr 30: Tope on Business Standard. 'All members
of the Maharastra Cabinet are of the opinion that current restrictions should be extended for the next 15
days,' says state Health Minister
Coronavirus The lockdown in Maharashtra will be extended by another
15 days beyond April 30, state Public Health Minister Rajesh Tope said
He said all members of the cabinet, who participated in a meeting
chaired by Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray, pitched for such
extension. "It (the lockdown) will be extended by 15 days," Tope said.
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"We have all the infrastructure to conduct vaccination but we don't have
vaccines in adequate quantity. The CM is talking to different vaccine
manufacturers. There will be separate centres for vaccination of those
between 18-44 years of age," added Tope.
In view of the alarming rise in the COVID-19 cases, the Maharashtra
government on April 4 announced a weekend lockdown and restrictions
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News Source : BS / Business Standard