Mumbai: The corridor will be relaxed in the lockdown in Kahar, Maharashtra from tomorrow ie April 20, under which some business and financial activities will start. Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray said that from tomorrow we are starting some industry and financial activities.
After coming out of the Coronavirus crisis we will be in a financial crisis, so we are starting some business activities in a limited way. The good thing is that not a single COVID-19 case has been found in many of our districts. He said that we allow some industries to come in the Green and Orange zones to start.
CM Uddhav Balasaheb Thackeray addressing the State https://t.co/53JPZcmu13Advertisement
— CMO Maharashtra (@CMOMaharashtra) April 19, 2020
To the migrant laborers trapped in the state, Uddhav Thackeray said that I promise you that the Maharashtra government will take you home as soon as the Coronavirus crisis ends and we want you to go home happy and not fearfully.
He further said that we are in talks with the Center. I am confident that a solution will come out in the coming days. You guys don’t worry We are slowly starting work in Maharashtra. If it is possible that you can return to work, then you can continue your livelihood.
Uddhav Thackeray said that we have done 66 thousand corona tests so far. Of these, 95 percent were found to be negative and around 3600 positive. About 350 of these have been cured. 75 percent of the people have no symptoms or very few symptoms. 52 patients are serious, we are trying to save people’s lives. He further said that till May 3, suburban trains will not run in Mumbai.
In domestic violence cases in the state during the lockdown, he said that domestic violence against women will not be tolerated at any cost. He appealed to the women to lodge a complaint. Apart from this, he said that in Mumbai and Pune, which are red zones, newspapers will not be sent door to door.
Coronavirus status in Maharashtra
We have done over 66,000 tests so far, 95% of these are negative. Around 3600 are positive, 300-350 of these have recovered and have been discharged. 75% are either mildly symptomatic or asymptomatic. 52 patients are serious. We are looking at saving their lives: Maharashtra CM pic.twitter.com/Ruxkx7OgZG
— ANI (@ANI) April 19, 2020
Coronavirus is witnessing the most havoc in Maharashtra. A total of 4227 positive cases of coronavirus have been reported in Maharashtra. Of these COVID-19 cases, 3651 cases are active and 365 people have fully recovered or have been discharged. So far, 211 people have lost their lives in this state.
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