Amid surge in Covid-19 instances, restrictions imposed in Nagpur until March 7
Maharashtra minister Nitin Raut
on Monday mentioned strict restrictions have been set in place in Nagpur district in view of a current surge in COVID-19 instances.
Chatting with reporters after chairing a assessment assembly, the district guardian minister mentioned faculties, schools and training lessons will stay shut from Tuesday until March 7, whereas main markets won’t open on Saturdays and Sundays throughout this era.
Marriage halls will probably be non-operational from February 25 to March 7, and social, political, cultural occasions will even not be permitted, he added.
The district administration has been directed to ramp up COVID-19 testing to deal with the surge.
As on Sunday, Nagpur had a COVID-19 tally of 1,43,133 and an lively caseload of 5,997.
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