Maharashtra Lockdown: Lockdown in the state except for the red zone is likely to ease after June 1
Maharashtra Lockdown Mumbai: With the exception of districts in Maharashtra's corona-infected red zone, lockdown in the state is likely to ease after June 1. State Minister for Relief and Rehabilitation Vijay Vadettiwar has given these indications. He gave this information at a press conference. 14 districts in the state are in the red zone. Therefore, the decision on lockdown will be taken after looking at the number of patients, said Vadettiwar.
The number of coronary heart disease patients in Maharashtra is declining. Therefore, there is a demand to relax the lockdown in the state. Therefore, the state government is considering relaxing the lockdown in all the districts except the districts in the red zone. The decision will be taken in the next five to six days based on the situation, said Vijay Vadettiwar.
District-wise decisions will be taken after a week-long review of the Corona situation in the Red Zone district. If the number of patients in the red zone district is not reduced, the strict lockdown will continue, Vadettiwar said.
Vijay Vadettiwar said, "As per yesterday's information, 14 districts in the state are in the red zone. Restrictions there cannot be relaxed altogether. Containment zones will have to be tightened and where the number of patients is less, the rules will have to be relaxed."
"In-house quarantine facility has been abolished in the district where the number of patients is increasing. There will be quarantine in Covid Center or the institution itself. There is no point in keeping home segregation of coronary patients. Said.