This comes in view of the rising quantity of COVID-19 circumstances being reported in Maharashtra throughout the previous few days.
As per an announcement, from April 2020 to February 21, 2021, the overall fine collected by the civic involves INR 32,41,14,800 and the overall quantity individuals fined for mask violations is 16,02,536.
Maharashtra on Sunday recorded 6,971 new COVID-19 circumstances, the best single-day rely in almost 4 months.
Owing to the spike in COVID-19 circumstances in the state, Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray on Sunday addressed the residents and warned that the approaching eight days will determine whether or not there shall be a lockdown in the state.
With reference to the state authorities’s marketing campaign in opposition to COVID-19 ‘My Family, My Responsibility’, the chief minister has additionally launched a brand new slogan “I am responsible”.
Meanwhile, a week-long full lockdown has been introduced in Amaravati district in wake of the spike in circumstances.
Moreover, the civic body is taking up several steps to manage the rising virus infections, stated BMC chief IS Chahal. The society or buildings having greater than 5 COVID-19 circumstances can be sealed. Besides, it has begun a serious crackdown on eating places, bars and pubs flouting coronavirus guidelines.
Few days after travelling in an area prepare to induce the residents to make use of face masks in the wake of rising COVID-19 circumstances in the town Mumbai Mayor Kishori Pednekar has now hit the streets to create awareness.
The municipal administration has set a goal of penalizing 25,000 individuals who stroll round with out masks on daily basis. Accordingly, 48,000 marshals are stationed at public locations, markets and railway stations in Mumbai.