April 14 Recently, Maharashtra, India, which has been seriously impacted by the coronavirus epidemic, announced that it will implement strict new control measures in the next 15 days, including prohibiting gatherings of more than four people and non-essential public transportation.
According to the BBC on the 13th, Maharashtra is the most affected state in India and the richest state in the country. “The battle has begun again,” the state’s chief minister Uddhav Thackeray, said at a press conference amid a new coronavirus outbreak. Thackeray said that it was not to lock down the city, but to impose strict control measures.
For the next 15 days, gatherings of more than four people in the area and non-essential public transportation will be banned.” I know butter and bread are important, but saving lives are also important,” he also acknowledged that Maharashtra needs more oxygen at present.
According to Indian media, on the 12th local time, Maharashtra reported 51,751 new confirmed cases and 258 deaths. Indian Prime Minister Modi has asked the Panel to travel to Maharashtra to investigate the reason for the surge in confirmed cases in the state.
According to the latest data released by the Ministry of Health of India on the 14th, the number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 in India rose to 1,3873,825. In the past 24 hours, there have been 184,372 new confirmed cases in India, the largest increase in a single day; 1,027 new deaths, with a cumulative death to 172,085.