- Stirred by rising corona cases in Mumbai
- School-college closed till February 15
- online classes will be held
Mumbai crossed its limit of second wave in corona cases today. Within 24 hours, 15166 Kovid cases have been reported and 3 deaths have occurred in the financial capital of the country. During the second wave in April 2021, 11206 cases were reported in Mayanagari within a day. At the same time, 653 patients of Omicron have also appeared in the state so far.
Talking about Omicron infection in Maharashtra, 144 new patients were confirmed on Wednesday. According to the report, the number of Omicron cases was registered in Mumbai, 100 in Nagpur, 7 in Thane and Pune Municipal Corporation area, 6 in PCMC. Apart from this, 5 were found infected in Kolhapur, 2-2 in Amravati, Ulhasnagar, Bhiwandi Nizampur and 1-1 in Panvel and Osmanabad respectively. According to government data, so far the number of infected with the Omicron variant has reached 797 in the state.
College closed till 15 February
- In view of the increasing havoc of Corona, orders have been issued to close the Senior College (Degree College) in Maharashtra till 15 February. Earlier, last week a decision was taken to close the schools for classes 1 to 9. Till then online classes will continue.
- This decision will be applicable to all deemed, private universities as well as technical institutions and affiliated colleges in the state. Till then all the exams will be conducted online.
- The Maharashtra government had reopened the colleges on 13 October 2021. Fully vaccinated students were allowed to attend college offline. Hostels will also remain closed till February 15.
- Apart from this, the drawing examinations of class 10th Elementary and Intermediate will be held online. There will be 50% attendance in rotation for teaching and non-teaching college staff.
Lockdown in Mumbai if 20000 cases come
Corona records are being broken continuously for the last several days. Experts believe that the community spread of the Omicron variant has taken place in Mumbai. Neither any travel history is being seen nor contact tracing is being done. Now in the midst of this danger, BMC has said that if more than 20,000 cases of corona start coming in a day in Mumbai, then a decision can be taken to impose lockdown.
third wave in india
Amidst the increasing cases of Omicron, the third wave is being said to start in India. In such a situation, any kind of carelessness can increase the trouble. Cambridge University had accurately predicted a second wave in India. In such a situation, the warning of the third wave is also a big threat to India.
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