Mumbai: Latest news update
Mumbai: Latest news update
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Shortage hits vaccination at 25 Mumbai hospitals: BMC

Amid a surge in COVID-19 cases, vaccination could not take place at 25 private Mumbai hospitals due to a shortage of doses on Thursday, the city civic body claimed.

The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC), in a release, said the jabs couldn't be administered at 25 of the 71 approved vaccination centres as the doses had run out of stock at these private facilities.

However, doses were given to eligible beneficiaries at the remaining centres, but the current stock will last only for a day and the civic body is continuously making efforts to procure more shots, the release said.

At present, the civic body has activated 120 COVID-19 vaccination centres, 49 of them run by the Maharashtra government and the BMC, across Mumbai, it said.

The release said 40,000 to 50,000 people are given jabs at these centres everyday.

Migrant labourers leave Mumbai in packed trains fearing lockdown

Amid the surge in COVID-19 cases in Maharashtra, trains at Mumbai's Lokmanya Tilak Terminus were seen packed with migrant workers as they feared an impending lockdown.

Speaking to ANI, a migrant worker who was travelling in an Uttar Pradesh bound train said, "This train will go to Gorakhpur. We're leaving the city because COVID-19 cases are rising here." Taking cognisance of the emerging situation, Congress leader Sanjay Nirupam talked to the officials and asked the authorities to allay the fear of the migrants and monitor the COVID-19 situation. He said to the reporters, "Many of them fear that a lockdown will be imposed in the state due to rising COVID cases. However, our state government has no such plans. We do not want businesses or small businessmen to incur losses." "Many of them have not even got themselves tested for COVID-19 and have boarded the train illegally. We are looking into the situation. However, I can assure you that none of them can return back to our state without showing a COVID negative report", he said.

Huge crowd seen at Mumbai's Dadar vegetable market amid COVID-19 spike

Maharashtra tops among states with cumulative vaccination; over 93 lakh people given COVID-19 vaccine

Crime Branch of Mumbai Police recovers 272 Remdesivir injections

Man caught with 12 Remdesivir injections in Mumbai

A 22-year-man was caught with a dozen 12 vials of Remdesivir, a key medicine in treatment of coronavirus, here, police said on Friday.

The man, Sarfaraz Hussain, was caught by the Crime Branch with the injections at Andheri (East) on Thursday evening, an official said.

Indian couple from Beed found dead in US

An Indian couple was found dead at their home in the US after neighbours saw their four-year-old daughter crying alone in the balcony of their house, family sources said on Friday.

The bodies of Balaji Bharat Rudrawar (32) and his wife Arati Balaji Rudrawar (30) were found at their New Jersey home on Wednesday after their neighbours saw the child crying and informed the local police who then entered the house, Balaji's father Bharat Rudrawar told PTI.

Pune: Case registered against at least 50 traders at Vishrambaug Police station for violating COVID guidelines during their yesterday's protest

Vaccination at BKC Jumbo COVID centre stalled

Long queue followed by COVID-19 vaccine shortage at Ghatkopar 

Mumbai NCB conducted raids in four locations across the city

Mumbai: Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) officials arrive at NIA office

There are several vaccination centers that have zero vaccines now and vaccination has stopped there: Mumbai Mayor 

PM is serious and proactive about our issues but it seems that the people under PM are not taking this issue with the same seriousness: Mumbai Mayor Kishori Pednekar

We are doing everything possible to combat the COVID situation in a better way, increasing of beds and other amenities is being done on war footing: Mumbai Mayor Kishori Pednekar

Sale of platform tickets have been stopped with immediate effect from today at the following stations —Lokmanya Tilak Terminus, Kalyan, Thane, Dadar, Panvel, Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus: CPRO, Central Railway

Thane: Fire breaks out at a building in Ghodbunder Road

Fire breaks out at a building in Ghodbunder Road, Thane. One fire engine is at the spot, fire fighting operation underway. Around 20 people are stranded in the building: Thane Municipal Corporation (TMC).

Mumbai: Girgaum Chowpatty beach wears a deserted look

Girgaum Chowpatty beach wears a deserted look after BMC ordered that all beaches in city will remain shut till April 30. Worker of a food joint here says, "Number of customers had been dwindling since 25th March. People are closing shops & going back to their home states"

Mumbai: People gather outside BKC Jumbo vaccination Centre as the centre runs out of COVID-19 vaccine doses.

Mumbai: Latest news update
Mumbai: Latest news update

Some old videos showing crowd at various stations are making rounds on social media. Some reports also falsely mention that there is mass movement of people. We appeal to everyone to avoid sharing such videos. People are requested not to believe in such rumours: Central Railway 

Thane district records 5,167 COVID-19 cases, 18 deaths

Meeting by CM Uddhav Thackeray on future exams by MPSC today

Bombay HC extends interim relief for Arnab Goswami in suicide abetment case

Maharashtra: A vaccination centre in Nagpur puts up a notice with 'Vaccine stocks currently not available' written on it. A man who had come here for inoculation says, "I had come for my 2nd dose but vaccine isn't available. They told me that they don't know when will it come."

'We regret the inconvenience': BMC on vaccine shortage 

MPSC exams slated to be held on April 11 postponed 

Relief and Rehabilitation minister Vijay Wadettiwar hints at complete lockdown for three weeks if COVID-19 cases continue to rise

Deshmukh corruption case: CBI quizzes Vaze for third day

After taking over as Home Minister Dilip Walse Patil meets CM Uddhav Thackeray  

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