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Entire city is COVID-19 containment zone till May 3: Pune municipal commissioner Shekhar Gaikwad

Police said that the restrictions were relaxed for a certain period in a day to enable people to buy essential commodities during the curfew.

Published: 27th April 2020 11:44 PM  |   Last Updated: 27th April 2020 11:44 PM   |  A+A-

Pune municipal commissioner Shekhar Gaikwad

Pune municipal commissioner Shekhar Gaikwad (File photo| ANI)

By PTI

PUNE: Pune city in Maharashtra, which has reported a rapid spread of coronavirus infection, was on Monday notified as a containment zone till May 3 by the city municipal corporation. In view of the order issued by Pune municipal commissioner Shekhar Gaikwad to this effect, police also extended the restrictions already imposed on residents.

"We have already imposed a curfew in Pune city to check the spread of the coronavirus," said Joint Commissioner of Police Ravindra Shisve. He said that the restrictions were relaxed for a certain period in a day to enable people to buy essential commodities during the curfew.

With the detection of 84 fresh COVID-19 cases in Pune, the tally in the district increased to 1,348 on Monday, while the death tall rose to 80, an official said.

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