Mumbai: Latest news updates from the city on April 19
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No beds available at COVID-19 centre in Dahisar

List of oxygen suppliers, doctors, tiffin services, and more in Mumbai, Navi Mumbai, and Thane

NaviMumbai: No home isolation for COVIDー19 patients above 50 years of age, directs civic chief Abhijit Bangar

Mumbai: BTech grad, who made 150 fake websites to dupe people, arrested from Darbhanga

Maharashtra: Grocery shops may remain open only for 4 hours, says Health Minister Rajesh Tope

Despite imposition of 'Janata Curfew' from April 14, the COVID-19 cases and deaths are increasing unabated in Maharashtra. The state government, in a bid to further control the crowding of the people, plans to curtail the timings of the grocery shops to just four hours from 7 am to 11 am. In Jalna, which is Tope’s home district, the administration has already reduced the timings of the essential commodities shops amid rising COVID-19 cases. Besides, in Thane and in Mumbai suburbs including Bhandup and Powai the timings have already been curtailed.

Mumbai reports 7,381 COVID-19 cases on April 19

Bombay HC directs Maharashtra govt to supply 10,000 vials of Remdesivir to Nagpur district

Observing that there is a huge disparity in the distribution of Remdesivir across the state, the Bombay High Court on Monday ordered the Maharashtra government to supply 10,000 vials to Nagpur district by 8 pm on Monday. The HC even questioned as to how Thane district received more vials of Remdesivir than Nagpur, despite the latter having more Covid cases.Bombay HC directs Maharashtra govt to supply 10,000 vials of Remdesivir to Nagpur district

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