Before making a landfall in Gujarat late Monday night, Cyclone Tauktae had claimed seven lives and caused damages in parts of Maharashtra, particularly in its coastal areas.
The state's minority affairs minister also said 193 COVID-19 patients admitted in a makeshift centre in Mumbai's Bandra-Kurla Complex have been shifted.
According to civic officials, the cyclonic storm over the Arabian Sea led to very strong winds blowing at a speed of 114 kmph in Mumbai on Monday afternoon.
A sailor, identified as Rajaram Kadam, from Devgad taluka in the district died when a boat anchored at the Anandwadi harbour in Sindhudurg district drowned.
A red alert has been sounded in the adjoining Raigad district and an orange alert has been declared in Mumbai.
Shah reviewed the preparedness of all health facilities in the areas likely to be impacted by the cyclone and directed the state administration to make adequate power backup arrangements.
The meeting was attended by Chief Secretaries of the States of Gujarat, Maharashtra, Goa, Karnataka, Kerala and Tamil Nadu.