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Coronavirus in Mumbai update: Today’s news from your locked-down city

Amid the existing chaos & uncertainty with regards to dispatch of essential commodities and services as India deals with the lockdown, Mumbai has been struggling in several factions of daily life. Here are a few updates from the condition of the city during Coronavirus lockdown.
The Chief Secretary of Maharashtra acquired a 3-month long extension pertaining to the coronavirus emergency. At the St. George’s Hospital, employees have been protesting against the inadequacy with regards to medical facilities. On the other hand, the count of coronavirus confirmed cases increased today by 12 in Mumbai.
In order to facilitate the smooth flow of things in the society as the lockdown progresses, the officials at Mumbai have mandated the essential commodity and product providers to apply for a e-pass for their vehicle via the link given below:
With panic taking over the citizens, customers also lined up with their gas cylinders waiting by the shop for the arrival of new stocks in Mumbai’s Bhandup area. Cleaning and sanitization measures are also in place as the BMC workers spray residential complexes with sanitizers. Apart from this, 25 autos shall be deployed to several critical locations in Thane to carry patients to & from the hospitals from morning 10 am up to 5 pm in the evening.

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