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Maharashtra adds over 1.8 lakh new Covid cases in 6 days, night curfew from tomorrow | 10 points

Maharashtra adds over 1.8 lakh new Covid cases in 6 days, night curfew from tomorrow | 10 points

Many districts of the state this week reported their highest-ever daily spike, which indicates that the second wave of the pandemic, evident in the state, is proving to be more dangerous than the previous one.

Amravati: City streets wear a deserted look after the administration announced complete restriction citing an increase in COVID-19 cases, in Amravati, Thursday. Feb 25, 2021. (PTI Photo)(PTI02_25_2021_000207A)(PTI)INDIA NEWS

Maharashtra adds over 1.8 lakh new Covid cases in 6 days, night curfew from tomorrow | 10 points

Many districts of the state this week reported their highest-ever daily spike, which indicates that the second wave of the pandemic, evident in the state, is proving to be more dangerous than the previous one.By hindustantimes.com | Edited by Poulomi GhoshPUBLISHED ON MAR 27, 2021 08:05 AM IST

In the last six days, Maharashtra, the state worst hit by the Covid-19 pandemic, added over 1.8 lakh fresh infections to the caseload of the state, while 608 people have lost their lives due to Covid-19 from all across the state. This week has been significant in Maharashtra’s battle against the pandemic as a year after it started, the state recorded the highest-ever daily spike, necessitating statewide night curfew which will be imposed from March 28.

Here are 10 developments of the Maharashtra Covid-19 situation that took place between March 21 and March 26

On March 24, the state reported a record high in the number of cases with 31,855 fresh infections. The new record was then left behind and in the next two days, the state reported new highs.

In the last six days, Mumbai reported 26,765 new infections and 57 deaths. For Mumbai too, this week was the most crucial as after a year of its continuous battle against the pandemic, it reported a record high of 5,190 daily cases on March 24.

> Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray has instructed district administrations to impose night curfew from 8pm to 7am across the state. This makes Maharashtra as the first state to announce any state-wide restriction a year after the nationwide lockdown was imposed on March 25, 2020. Several districts of the state were under restrictions. Other states too have imposed district-specific restrictions.

News Source: Hindustan Times

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