Maharashtra Lockdown

COVID crisis: Maharashtra brings back lockdown like curbs; shuts down educational institutions

Private offices have also been asked to rationalize the number of employees coming to work by allowing work from home and staggering working hours.

published on : 9th January 2022

COVID: Mumbai and Pune are third wave hotspots in Maharashtra, officials on their guard

Maharashtra on Monday recorded 12,160 fresh Covid-19 cases and 11 deaths on Monday, with Mumbai, Thane and Pune being the epicentres of the fresh surge.

published on : 4th January 2022

'Lockdown not under discussion': Maharashtra Health Minister contradicts Cabinet collegue's claims

Disaster management minister Vijay Wadettiwar had said the day before that the 'stage of fresh lockdown' was nearing, but the decision will be taken by the chief minister.

published on : 2nd January 2022

Maharashtra: Gathering of more than five persons prohibited after 9 pm as state sees 20 more Omicron cases

Further, more than 100 people can not attend weddings in closed places, while in open spaces the number will not be more than 250 or 25 percent of the total capacity, whichever is less.

published on : 24th December 2021

Fearing surge in Omicron cases, Maharashtra clamps down on Christmas, New Year celebrations

Only people up to 50 per cent of the capacity at a venue will be allowed to attend any event and organizers of programmes should be fully vaccinated against coronavirus.

published on : 16th December 2021

Civic schools for classes 1 to 7 reopen in Mumbai; students welcomed with flowers, cartoon characters

But, some private schools here decided to reopen after Christmas holidays, while adopting a cautious stand and citing late communication by authorities.

published on : 15th December 2021

Religious places reopen in Maharashtra; CM visits Mumbai temple on first day of Navratri

Chief Minister Uddhav Thackarey along with his wife Rashmi Thackeray and two sons Aaditya and Tejas visited the Mumba Devi temple here around 8.45 am.

published on : 7th October 2021

COVID: After 18 months, schools reopen across Maharashtra for physical classes

Until now, schools were conducting physical classes only in those areas which were reporting relatively fewer COVID-19 cases.

published on : 4th October 2021

Amid emergence of new variant, eight Maharashtra districts show rise in Covid numbers

There are 51,238 active cases in the state. Pune has the most of them with 13,515, which is around 26.38%. Thane, Satara and Ahmednagar are also high on active cases.

published on : 3rd September 2021

COVID-19: Maharashtra has seven high-burden districts; less than 10 active cases in six districts

This information was revealed in a presentation made before Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray and his cabinet colleagues on Wednesday.

published on : 19th August 2021

Coronavirus: 5,132 new cases, 158 deaths in Maharashtra; Mumbai faces vaccine shortage again

Nandurbar district in north Maharashtra does not have a single active COVID-19 case on the third day in a row.

published on : 18th August 2021

COVID-19: Maharashtra allows under-18 people to visit malls with age proof; state reports ten more Delta Plus variant cases

The state government has already allowed people who are fully vaccinated to visit shopping malls which can remain open till 10 pm on all days.

published on : 16th August 2021

Maharashtra schools reopening: Decision will be taken by local officials amid outbreak of Delta Plus variant

The state task force on COVID-19 at a meeting on Wednesday night opposed the decision to resume more classes at schools.

published on : 13th August 2021

Oxygen requirement will be criterion for imposing lockdown: Maharashtra CM Uddhav Thackeray

If the oxygen requirement reaches 700 metric tons, lockdown will be imposed again, Uddhav Thackeray said in a statement.

published on : 12th August 2021

Maharashtra: More physical classes to resume from August 17; fully vaccinated to get train passes from Wednesday

The area where schools are to be reopened should have a very low COVID-19 prevalence for the last one month, and the district collector should arrange for vaccination of teachers and other staff.

published on : 11th August 2021
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