Mumbai, 3/6 (AO Bureau);The process of unlocking has been announced in Maharashtra, one of the states most affected by the corona virus epidemic. According to the announcement of the state government, the process of unlocking Maharashtra will be in 5 phases. Apart from this, Maharashtra Minister Vijay Vedattivar said that the annual examinations of 10th and 12th board exams have been canceled in the state. Vedattivar said, “We have planned a 5-level unlock process for the state. The entire plan is based on the rate of infection in the state and the availability of oxygen beds in the districts of the state. In the districts where the rate of infection will be very low, there will be There will be no restrictions.”
According to the instructions of the state government, the total districts of the state were divided into 5 levels. Level-5 means that the infection rate is very low in the districts of this level. There are 18 districts out of total 36 in the state, where there will be no restriction of any kind. All things will be opened in these districts from Friday. Other districts of the state are in Level 1, Level 2, Level 3, Level 4, where restrictions will be relaxed if the infection rate is low.
Let us inform that 15,169 new cases of Kovid-19 were reported in Maharashtra on Wednesday evening, taking the total number of infected in the state to 57,76,184. The Health Department said that 285 people died during this period, while 268 earlier deaths were also confirmed to be from Kovid-19. With this, so far 96,751 people have lost their lives in this epidemic in Maharashtra. The Maharashtra Health Department said that the cases reported on Wednesday are more than the 14,123 cases reported on Tuesday. The department said that the number of cured patients was more than the new infected in the state.
In Maharashtra, 29,270 patients were discharged from hospitals on Wednesday after becoming infection free. With this, the total number of infection-free people in the state has gone up to 54,60,589. There are currently 2,16,016 patients under treatment in the state.
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