Omicron cases seem to be increasing rapidly across the country. Maharashtra and Delhi have reported the maximum number of cases of Omicron. Meanwhile, in view of the increasing cases of Omicron, Mumbai Police has imposed Section 144 in the city till January 15.
Mumbai Police has prohibited citizens from visiting beaches, open fields, sea shores, promenades, gardens, parks or similar public places from 5 pm to 5 am (12 hours).
Earlier, Mumbai Police had imposed Section 144 from 30 December to 7 January. BMC has banned New Year celebrations, parties in any closed or open place including restaurants, hotels, bars, pubs, resorts and clubs from December 30 to January 7.
In an order issued by the Mumbai Police, it has been said that keeping in view the safety of the health of the people, this restriction has been imposed to reduce the spread of Kovid-19 virus. With the rise in cases and the emergence of the new variant Omicron, the city remains under threat from the COVID-19 pandemic.
On Thursday, 3,671 new cases of corona virus have been reported in Mumbai, the capital of Maharashtra. It has increased by 190 per cent. This includes 190 cases of Omicron. Is. 198 new cases of Omicron have been reported in the state of Maharashtra and thus the number of Omicron cases has increased to 450.
At the same time, 5,368 new cases of corona virus have been reported in Maharashtra in the last 24 hours. A total of 1,193 patients have been cured in a day and 22 patients have died during this period.
Section 144 implemented in Mumbai from today to January 7, ban on New Year’s celebrations
Restrictions imposed here in Mumbai
In the case of weddings, whether in a closed space or in an open space, only 50 people can attend. In the case of any gathering or event, whether social, cultural, political or religious, whether in open or closed places. Up to 50 people can attend. 20 people have been allowed to attend the funeral.