Mumbai : Maharashtra Minister Yashomati Tagore on Wednesday told Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray that there would be no more lockdown in Amravati district as the number of Kovid-19 cases in the region has come down.
In a statement, Tagore, who is the guardian minister of Amravati district, said the daily spike is in the Amravati division and the district has been between 213 and 300 in the last two weeks.
“The number of cases has been declining since the second lockdown. If the infection escalates further, it may be decided to impose another lockdown. I have met the chief minister and informed him about the matter,” he said.
The lockdown was witnessed in February-March in Amravati district of Bidwar region of the state due to the spike in the COVID-19 case.
In Maharashtra, 55,4699 new coronavirus cases were reported on Tuesday, the second highest increase in the last two days, with the number of infections reaching 31,13,354, and 297 deaths, bringing the number to 56,330.
The state government has imposed weekend lockdown, night curfew among other strict curfews to break the discipline of transmission in the state.
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