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In Maharashtra, 66 patients are infected with the Delta Plus variant of the coronavirus.
Unlock 3.0 is starting in Maharashtra from August 15, amid the increasing threat of the Delta Plus variant of the corona virus. So far 5 patients have died in the state due to the ‘Delta Plus’ variant of the virus. One of the dead is from Mumbai, 2 from Ratnagiri, one from Beed and one from Raigad. According to the Health Department, all the deceased were around 65 years of age. Of these, 2 people had taken both doses of the vaccine. While two had taken one dose each. A total of 66 cases of Delta Plus variant have been reported in the state so far.
Jalgaon district tops the state’s list with 13 cases of Delta Plus variant, followed by Ratnagiri district with 12 cases and Mumbai with 11 cases. However, out of 66 cases reported in the state, 32 patients have got relief. While the rest were women. At the same time, seven patients were below 18 years of age.
Amidst this danger, a major change has been made in the rules of entry in Maharashtra. According to the new order, it will be necessary for every passenger coming to the state to get both doses of the vaccine. It is also necessary to have a gap of 14 days between the two doses of the vaccine. Also, as a proof of this, you will have to attach a copy of the certificate with you. If the vaccine is not available, then it will be necessary to show the RT-PCR report in that case. In case of non-compliance of the rules, there will be a quarantine in Maharashtra for 14 days.
Big discount in the state on the morning of August 15
cinema halls will remain closed
Indoor sports will be allowed, but cinema halls and prayer places will remain closed till further orders.