Lockdown extended in Maharashtra til May 31. The Maharashtra government today extended lockdown in the state till May 31 to contain the spread of Covid-19. In a notice, Maharashtra Chief Secretary Ajoy Mehta said the state is compromised with the spread of Covid-19 infection and is taking sure crisis measures to forestall and contain the spread of the infection.
“The adjusted stage insightful unwinding/lifting of lockdown requests will be informed at the appointed time,” the request said. The current lockdown was substantial till May 17. “Lockdown 3.0 closures today. Lockdown 4.0 will become effective tomorrow and will be legitimate till May 31. There will be a few relaxations in the fourth stage,” he said.
“The green and orange zones will get more relaxations, as far as beginning more administrations. Starting at now just fundamental administrations are operational, he said. Maharashtra has recorded 30,706 COVID-19 instances of which 22,479 are dynamic. The loss of life is 1135, while 7,088 patients have been released after recuperation.