In view of the increasing cases of Coronavirus in Mumbai, Section 144 has been imposed. In this order, only religious places are exempted from certain conditions. Along with issuing the order of Section 144, Police Commissioner Pranay Ashok said that legal action will be taken against those who violate the order.

Police Commissioner Pranay Ashok has said in the order that Section 144 is being implemented in Mumbai in view of the increasing cases of Coronavirus. In such a situation, there will be a ban on crowding in one place. He said that religious places are exempted from following certain rules.

Corona patients exceeded 77000 in Mumbai 

“There have been 4878 new cases of Covid-19 in Maharashtra (Coronavirus in Maharashtra) on Tuesday.” With this, the number of coronavirus infections in the state increased to 1,74,761. In addition, 245 people have died due to the Corona epidemic. The number of people who lost their lives to the epidemic in the state rose to 7855. The total number of patients in Mumbai has reached 77,658, while a total of 4556 people have died here so far.

Six new cases of coronavirus in the Dharavi area of ​​Mumbai. 

Six new patients infected with the coronavirus have been detected in the Dharavi area of ​​Mumbai on Tuesday, taking the total number of infections in the area to 2,268. An official of the Brihanmumbai Mahanagar Palika (BMC) gave this information. This is the third time in the most populous region in the last ten days, less than 10 new cases of coronavirus have been reported. 586 patients of Kovid-19 are now being treated in the area while 1,586 patients have been discharged from hospitals after being cured. Five new cases were reported in Dharavi on 23 June, while eight cases were reported on 26 June.

Relief claim this month.

The month of July can bring relief for the coronavirus which is suffering Mumbai. BMC Commissioner IS Chahal has claimed that the corona in Mumbai is set to be fully controlled by mid-July. The commissioner said in support of his claim that the doubling rate of corona patients in Mumbai had reached 37 days. The dabbling rate has reached 79 days in many areas.

The new decision has now been taken between the increasing cases of coronavirus in Maharashtra and the lockdown period till 31 July. Section 144 has been implemented in Mumbai, which will remain in force from July 1 to July 15.

Under this decision, crowding the container zone, more than one people join together is completely forbidden. This has to be followed from five in the morning to nine in the night.

However, between this section 144 people belonging to the required area, media, banks, IT services, and other areas have been exempted. But any kind of public program is still closed. If someone has to go to get the necessary goods, then he is two km from his house. Goods can be taken from around. Significantly, in the past, Maharashtra had increased the lockdown until 31 July due to Coronavirus. In such a situation, according to the guidelines of the Union Home Ministry, it is forbidden to go out from ten o’clock in the night to five in the morning.

Let us tell you that Maharashtra is the state where coronavirus cases are the highest in the country. According to the Health Ministry data, nearly two lakh people have been infected here. While about 8 thousand people have died. 

In the past few days, about five thousand cases are coming up in Maharashtra, which is a matter of concern. However, so far more than 90 thousand people in the state have been cured by beating the coronavirus. If you talk about Mumbai only then there have been about 80 thousand cases in the city alone.

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Section 144 in Mumbai

With the introduction of Section 144 in Mumbai, what will change, what are the guidelines for people.

Section 144 will be applicable from 1 July to 15 July in Mumbai. After this, it will be decided further. Let us know what will happen to the Mumbai people. 

1 – Entry will be prohibited by municipal authorities in areas identified as ‘Containment Zone’. However, supplies of essential items and medical emergencies will be exempted. 

2- The movement of one or more persons in the city has been banned from 9 am to 5 am.

3- Many institutions have also been exempted, including – emergency services, government / semi-government agencies and their officials, people providing essential services such as food, vegetables, milk supplies, ration and grocery stores, Hospitals, medicines, pharma and related establishments, pathology laboratories, medical/nursing colleges, telephone and internet services. 

4- E-commerce activity will be allowed for essential and non-essential items.

5-The notification also states that the movement of one or more persons in the city for non-essential activities will not take place between 5 pm and 9 pm. 

6 – Movement for non-essential activities like shops, markets, barbershop, spa, salon, beauty parlor, etc. will be allowed only within the area of ​​the neighborhood/neighborhood.

What is the situation in Mumbai?

Let us know that the worst condition in Maharashtra is from Mumbai. Corona cases are continuously increasing in Mumbai. With 903 new patients on Tuesday, Mumbai’s COVID-19 tally has increased to 77,197. However, the death toll rose to 4,554 with 93 deaths. It is clear from these figures that the condition of Mumbai is worse than bad these days.

Under this order, restrictions on traffic in the Constituent Zone announced by the Metropolitan Municipality will continue. Health services and other daily essential services will be exempt. Traffic will be banned from 9 am to 5 am, but medical services, emergency services, government agencies, and their officials who are on duty will be exempted from this ban. Prohibitions on long-distance travel will continue without any necessary reason.

The gathering of people in public or private places increases the chances of the spread of the coronavirus which can pose a serious threat to human health. Significantly, the total number of corona infected patients has reached 1,74,761 in Maharashtra, with the highest number of cases coming from Mumbai. According to information received from the Health Department, 4878 new cases of corona infections have been reported in the state in the last 24 hours and 245 deaths have been reported. There are 75,979 active patients in the state who are admitted to the hospital for treatment.

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