Lockdown imposed in Nagpur amid spike in COVID-19 cases



The Government of Maharashtra has imposed a lockdown in Nagpur amid an alarming spike in COVID-19 cases.

The lockdown would remain in place from March 15 to March 21, and only essential services will be allowed during the period, according to the order issued by the Nagpur district administration.

Medical stores and other emergency services will continue to be exempted from the restrictions, the order said.

The Maharashtra Government had earlier imposed curfew in two districts-Kalyan Dombivli and Nandurbar, following a sudden spike in COVID-19 cases.

(Edited by Shankar Kumar Turha)


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