Amid the second wave of COVID-19 recedes, Maharashtra has announced the 5-level unlock plan on Thursday. In level 1, all the districts that have registered coronavirus cases are 5% or less and the occupancy of hospital beds is lower than 25% consider under Level 1. These districts will be able to continue their work normally and unlocked completely. Government offices, malls, theatres, private offices are permitted to reopen in these districts.  The film shooting at these places, weddings, and funerals will also be allowed to occur in these places. The Maharashtra Minister Vijay Wadettiwar has sated this on Thursday.

Maharashtra Announced 5-level Unlock Plan News

The list of Districts that fall under Level 1 are Bhandara. Dhule, Aurangabad, Godchiroli, Jalgaon, Jalna, Nashik, Prabhani, Thane, and Nanded.  In level 2, Section 144 will be assembled on four or more individuals in public will remain the same. Beauty parlors, gyms, salons, and restaurants are also permitted to work at 50% occupancy. Restaurants and gyms will also be permitted to operate with the time limit. The case positivity rate is 5% below other districts. The BRihanmmbai Municipal Corporation state that the situation will not be released till  15th June. There are 4 districts that come under the Levwl2 are Hingoli, Mumbai, Nandurcar, and Amravati. Mumbai will be replaced to travel in the local metro and local trains.

The lockdown restriction has been imposed in April this year when the second wave of COVID-19 stated and lifted in 18 districts. The Udhav Thackeray-lead Maha Vikas Agashi government said that the coronavirus case has been registered tomorrow in 18 out of 36 Maharashtra districts where the positivity rate and oxygen bed occupancy have dipped. The announcement has been made by Wadettiwar when the meeting held by the State Disaster Management Authority in Mumbai today. The state has registered the new 15,169 active cases of VOVID-19 and the death great was 285. The statewide toll rose is of Mumbaiwwas also concerned by health departments. These new cases have been registered on Tuesday and the number is 14,120 active cases.

There was a recovery rate of 29,270 who have discharged from the hospitals. The total recovered patients are 54,60,589 in the city. This report has been shared by the health departments. Maharashtra has 2,16,017 active COVID-19 cases.The recovery rate has been increased to 94.54% from 94.28% a day ago. A total number of 3,55,14,94 cases has been tested in Maharashtra till now. There are 16,88.500 people who are home quarantined and 7,418 in institutional quarantines across the city. To know more about this article stay connected to us.


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