IndiaMaharshtra Lifts Covid Restrictions Including Mask from April 2

Maharshtra Lifts Covid Restrictions Including Mask from April 2

The state government has announced that all corona restrictions will be lifted in Maharashtra from April 2.

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Mumbai: The state government has announced that all corona restrictions will be lifted in Maharashtra from April 2.

The deadly virus corona, first detected in late 2019 in Wuhan, china, has spread to other parts of the world, causing severe damage and many casualties. All countries have imposed various restrictions to prevent the spread of this virus.

In India, lock down was declared and lakhs of businesses were shut down. As a result, millions of people lost their jobs. The first curfew in India was in 2020.

Furthermore, to prevent the spread of infection, a number of restrictions were imposed on the population. Various restrictions were imposed, such as wearing a face mask, adhering to social breaks, being vaccinated, and washing hands frequently.

Central and state governments have been gradually easing since the corona gradually began to decline. All corona restrictions that had been in place for the past 2 years were subsequently lifted after the corona came under complete control.

The Maharashtra government has announced that there will be no need to wear a mask in the state from April 2.

In the state of Maharashtra, 183 people have been diagnosed with corona in the last 24 hours and restrictions will be lifted, the health ministry said. As of today, 902 corona patients are being treated in hospitals in the state.

In this context, the Maharashtra government has announced that all corona restrictions will be lifted in the state from April 2. Accordingly, the state Health Minister Rajesh Tope has said that all restrictions, including the requirement to wear a mask, will be lifted.

It is noteworthy that this announcement explains Maharashtra as the first state in the country to declare that there is no need to wear a mask.

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