Curbs in Maharashtra likely to continue, vaccination from May 1 doubtful


Maharashtra Lockdown: The number of Daily Covid-19 infections has dropped in Mumbai, but the state on Tuesday recorded the highest Covid-19 death.

Maharashtra lockdown Migrants at Panvel Railway Station waiting to board the train to Gorakhpur in Uttar Pradesh.
Maharashtra lockdown Migrants at Panvel Railway Station waiting to board the train to Gorakhpur in Uttar Pradesh.

The Maharashtra cabinet on Wednesday discussed the ongoing pandemic situation from the State Minister and Health Rajesh Tope said the period of restriction was likely to be extended by 15 days, even though there was no final decision taken in the days. Strict restrictions on the restrictions on the non-essential movement of people that apply in the state until 1. May 1. Despite Daily Covid-19 infection in Pune, Mumbai and Thane down, the situation has not been controlled as the state on Tuesday recorded 895 deaths – the highest since the emergence of pandemics , While the cabinet on Wednesday cleaned the proposal to prove a free vaccine to everyone between the ages of 18 and 44 years, it was unclear whether the country would be able to start a full vaccination from May 1, the Minister of Health said.

Lack of vaccines in Maharashtra

Reports lack vaccines from various Maharashtra districts, including Mumbai, appeared on Wednesday. Kurla Mumbai Bandra Complex (BKC) Jumbo Covid-19 Vaccination Center ran out of stock on Wednesday and not operating. “This will open for vaccination immediately after the stock is refilled,” said Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation. However, the center on Wednesday convinced that there was no vaccine shortage because the country had around 1 dose of crore with them.

Why did Maharashtra delay May 1 drive? How many vaccine doses need the country?

Health Minister Rajesh Tope said the country would need around 12 crore vaccines to vaccinate the adult population completely. The state has written to the Serum Institute of India and Bharat Biotech which details the requirements of the vaccine.

More than 1.53 crores are vaccinated in Maharashtra

Since its inception, Maharashtra has been inoculated more than 1.53 crore against Covid-19, a health official said on Wednesday.

Continuous restrictions in Maharashtra

The Maharashtra government on April 4 announced the weekend locking and nighttime hours until April 30. At present, the weekend lock is valid from 8pm on Friday to 7 in the morning on Monday.

Later, the state government issued public and private transportation that is being locked up, Mumbai local services etc. Associations tend to be extended


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