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Omicron News: There will be no party on Christmas or New Year in Mumbai, BMC commissioner issued circular


  • Omicron and Corona cases are increasing rapidly in Mumbai
  • 20 new cases of Omicron came in Mumbai in last 24 hours
  • The number of corona patients is also increasing
  • In view of the danger, the state government has also imposed night curfew.

In view of the increasing threat of Omicron in Mumbai and Maharashtra, Mumbai Municipal Commissioner Iqbal Singh Chahal has issued a new guideline. According to this guideline, now no party or celebration will be organized on Christmas and New Year. This rule will be applicable for both indoor and outdoor celebrations or parties. It has also been written in the guideline that any kind of function and public gathering will not be allowed in the city of Mumbai. Legal action will be taken against those who do so. This rule of the Municipal Corporation has come into force from last midnight.

Night curfew across Maharashtra
Night curfew has been imposed in Maharashtra from 9 pm to 6 am. Also, the gathering of more than five people at one place in the entire state has been banned. A provision has been made to impose a fine of Rs 500 on those who violate the Covid rules. It has been decided to impose a fine of Rs 50,000 on the organizer after the case of violation of Covid rules in any event comes to the fore. Shiv Sena leader and Parliamentary Affairs Minister Anil Parab briefed the Speaker of the Maharashtra Legislative Assembly regarding the arrangements for the government amid the growing threat of Omicron.

Corona and Omicron cases increased in Maharashtra
Along with corona, cases of Omicron variant are also increasing in Maharashtra and Mumbai. On Friday, 1,410 new corona patients have been found in the state, out of which 683 patients are from Mumbai. After 176 days, so many corona patients have been found in Mumbai. Apart from this, Omicron has been confirmed in 20 more people in the state. Of these, 11 i.e. more than 50 percent have been found in Mumbai. More than 100 cases of Omicron have been reported in the country in two days.

Of the 20 Omicron patients in the state, 11 were found during surveillance at the Mumbai International Airport. 6 patients were found in Pune, 2 in Satara and 1 in Ahmednagar. Out of these 20 patients, 4 have been found in high risk contacts. Of these, 15 have a travel history abroad and 12 have taken both doses of the vaccine. Seven patients have not taken a single dose. It is a matter of relief that not all patients have any symptoms of corona.

Ban on Christmas and New Year celebrations


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