COVID-19 in Maharashtra: Section 144 to be imposed in state from 8 pm tomorrow

Mumbai police starts five regional help desks for its personnel who contract COVID-19

The Mumbai police have restored its help desk to help its personnel and their family members who have contracted COVID-19 in each of its five regions. The decision was taken as a surge in a number of cases of COVID-19 has been reported in the city and within the police force.

Housing Minister Jitendra Awhad announced that MHADA has decided to build a hostel for Working Women in Tardeo

COVID-19: Celebs, cricketers responsible for shortage of covid beds in Mumbai, says Maharashtra minister Aslam Shaikh

Maharashtra minister Aslam Shaikh on Tuesday accused celebrities and cricketers of allegedly occupying beds in major hospitals despite having no serious symptoms of coronavirus infection. Speaking to reporters, Shaikh, who is the guardian minister of Mumbai, said personalities from the film industry and cricketers have occupied beds in major private hospitals for longer periods of time.

"Some celebrities from the film industry and cricketers had mild symptoms or were asymptomatic, but they got themselves admitted to major private hospitals and occupied beds for longer periods," the state textile minister said.

If they had avoided getting admitted to hospitals, the state could have accommodated needy COVID-19 patients, he said.

COVID-19 in Navi Mumbai: As cases rise, NMMC, PMC recovery rates drop from 96% to 83%

The COVID-19 recovery rate has dropped under both Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation (NMMC) and Panvel Municipal Corporation (PMC) after a sudden spike in cases was seen in the last two months. In both the municipal corporations, the recovery rate has come down to 83.5% from 88.6%.

21-year-old man arrested for molesting minor, uploading objectionable photographs

Lockdown in Maharashtra? CM Uddhav Thackeray to address state at 8.30 pm

Amid unprecedented spike in COVID-19 cases in Maharashtra, CM Uddhav Thackeray will address the state on Tuesday at 8.30 pm.

Weekend lockdown in Navi Mumbai: Cops take action against over 2,000 people, collect Rs 4 lakh as fines

During the first weekend lockdown, the Navi Mumbai Police fined more than 2,000 people and collected over Rs 4 lakh as fines. Police caught people who stepped out of their homes without valid reasons and documents.

The police had deputed more than 700 police personnel, 300 homes guards and Police Mitra.

To ensure that people do not roam without any reason across the city, Navi Mumbai police had made enough arrangements. While zone one has put up a traffic blockade at around 30 places, zone two had put up four traffic blockades at each police station.

COVID-19 in Navi Mumbai: NMMC issues guidelines for Babasaheb Ambedkar anniversary celebrations; procession, bike rallies banned

COVID19 in Mira Bhayandar: IMA steps forward to resolve MBMC’s oxygen crisis

Rape is as heinous as terrorism or sedition: Maharashtra Administrative Tribunal upholds cop’s dismissal from service for raping minor

Ramadan 2021: Maharashtra govt prohibits gathering in masjids for prayers - check out the full list of guidelines

Today 60,212 COVID-19 cases reported in the state: Uddhav Thackeray

Medical facilities are falling short and may crumble in future: Thackeray

The medical facilities are falling short and may even crumble in the future. Testing has increased, beds have increased, however, still the facilities are falling short.

1200 metric tonnes oxygen is produced-- 100% is being used in the state for COVID-19 patients: Uddhav Thackeray

There is shortage of oxygen: Thackeray

Uddhav Thackeray urges PM Modi to provide oxygen from other states

Thackeray urges PM Modi to approve transportation of oxygen by air by roping in IAF

Uddhav Thackeray says strict restrictions will be imposed in the state from 8 pm tomorrow

Section 144 to be imposed in the state from 8 pm tomorrow

About 7 crore beneficiaries will get 3 kg wheat and 2 kg rice free for a month

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