Coronavirus in Maharashtra Latest News Updates: Maharashtra is slowly becoming India's epicentre of Coronavirus COVID-19.
Coronavirus in Maharashtra Latest Update: Maharashtra is under complete lockdown as the state battles against the deadly Coronavirus COVID-19 menace. The total number of positive Coronavirus cases in Maharashtra touched 101. Three new cases have emerged from Pune and 1 from Satara, the state Health Department was quoted as saying by ANI. Initially, Mumbai, Pune, and Nagpur were placed under lockdown, now Maharashtra state government has extended that to other parts of the state also. Apart from imposing lockdown, the state government has adopted all precautionary measures to prevent the spread of the deadly new Coronavirus which has so far claimed thousands of lives worldwide. So far, 112 cases have been registered under section 188 of IPC against individuals, pan stalls, hotels, hawkers and illegal transport for violating prohibitory orders. The latest state-wise official data on Novel Coronavirus cases be seen on the official website of Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (www.mohfw.gov.in)
Total coronavirus cases in Maharashtra today
As per the official website of the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, the total number of confirmed cases for Indian nationals is 84 and the total confirmed cases for foreign nationals is 3. The total number of casualties stood at 2.
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Central Coronavirus Helpline Number, Email ID:
The Government of India has issued helpline number +91-11-23978046 for coronavirus related complaints. You can also send mails on helpline email id for coronavirus: email@example.com.
Coronavirus advisory: The Central Government has published several informative material to make people aware of the disease. People can protect themselves by practising frequent hand wash with soap and water or by using alcohol-based hand rub. Hand wash should be done even if the hand is visibly clean. One should cover nose and mouth with handkerchief/tissue while sneezing and coughing and see a doctor while feeling unwell. You should throw used tissued into closed bins immediately after use and avoid participating in large gatherings.