Coronavirus update: India has on Thursday recorded its largest spike in the range of coronavirus instances, with around nine,000 of them remaining described in a solitary working day, aside from around 250 deaths. The total range of corona instances in the nation stands at 216,824. Mumbai on Wednesday escaped the worst of Cyclone Nisarga but its battle on the Covid-19 entrance proceeds. The town registered one,117 fresh instances of coronavirus, having the tally of active instances in the town to 23,629. The Maharashtra tally has jumped to around 75,000.
Cyclone in Mumbai: Clyclone Nisarga will make a landfall as ‘severe cyclonic storm’ close to Alibaug, ninety four km south of Mumbai now with a wind speed of a hundred-110 km for each hour gusting to one hundred twenty five kmph. The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has mentioned it will have an impact on the coastal districts of Maharashtra, such as Mumbai, Gujarat and other neighbouring states. Airways have cancelled flights to Mumbai scheduled for now. Covid-specific trains have been rescheduled as the town braces for its very first cyclone in more than a hundred a long time. Segment 144 (CrPC) has been imposed in Mumbai from the midnight of June 3 to the noon of June 4. Law enforcement have asked citizens to refrain from venturing out to coastline-seashores, promenade, parks and other comparable areas along the coastline.
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Sunday June 7, 2020
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