Pune: Corona’s havoc is growing rapidly across the country. Currently, the second wave of Corona is visible and the most affected by this second wave is Maharashtra. In fact, the uncontrolled state of Corona is visible here and in view of this the state government has increased the strictness. In between all these, partial lockout has been done in Pune. Bars, restaurants and hotels will be closed for 7 days from today (Saturday) in Pune city. With this, it is being said that during this time only parcel service will be done.
In addition, all religious sites in the city have been closed for the next 7 days. At the same time, it has been decided to stop the 7-day bus service in Pune. It has been said that during this period, all political and social programs will also be closed. A senior official who spoke about this recently said, “The curfew will remain in the district from 6 pm to 6 am and malls, cinema halls and religious places will remain closed for seven days. The administration has imposed” strict restrictions “in the district. In more than eight thousand cases of infection have been reported in two consecutive days.
In fact, a review meeting was held with Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar and during this time it was decided to impose these restrictions. On the other hand, Pune Division Commissioner Saurabh Rao said, “These new restrictions will continue for the next seven days from Saturday”. Under this, curfew will be there from 6 am to 6 pm. Restaurants, bars and restaurants will remain closed, but food arrangements will continue in the homes.