On April 28, the Maharashtra government extended the state’s restrictions until May 15 to contain the spread of COVID-19 infection.
The Maharashtra government on Wednesday (April 28) extended blockade restrictions in the state until May 15 to curb the spread of the COVID-19 infection. Previously, the restriction had to apply until May 1 at 7 a.m. to interrupt the coronavirus transmission chain.
The use of local trains is also restricted. On April 21, when the restrictions were announced, Western Railways tweeted: “Railways will limit the number of boarding and disembarking points at Mumbai train stations. To prevent unauthorized people from riding on local trains, newer Covid-19 curbs are stepping on Of the Government of Maharashtra in force “.
Authorized persons include government personnel (state / central / local) and all medical personnel (doctors / paramedics / laboratory technicians / hospital and clinical personnel, etc.).