Mumbai reported 683 new COVID-19 instances in at this time, the best since October 6 whereas Maharashtra added 1,410 new instances – the steepest rise since October 27.
The rise got here on a day when the Maharashtra authorities determined to impose recent restrictions within the state to keep away from crowding in view of the rising instances of COVID-19, officers stated.
The Chief Minister’s Workplace stated in a press release late night time on Thursday that the rules will probably be issued on Friday.
Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray held talks with the members of the state COVID-19 job pressure. They mentioned the methods to keep away from crowding throughout the Christmas and New 12 months celebrations, weddings and events at accommodations and eating places, it stated.
The assertion stated the assembly additionally mentioned the restrictions imposed in different states and the spike in COVID-19 in USA and Europe.
The day by day coronavirus case depend in Maharashtra has been rising over the previous few days.
The state on Thursday reported 1,179 new coronavirus instances, a day after it noticed 1,201 new infections.
On Monday, the state had added 544 instances, whereas the subsequent day it had logged 825 instances.
On Thursday, Maharashtra reported 23 instances of the Omicron variant of coronavirus, highest in a single day thus far, which took the state’s tally of such instances to 88.