Corona continues to wreak havoc across the country. The situation of re-locking has been revealed in many states of the country. Even in Maharashtra, Corona is spreading its foot fast. Maharashtra government has ordered partial lockdown and night curfew in many districts of the state. Meanwhile, Bollywood actress Urmila Matondkar has fiercely targeted the central government. He has also made a special appeal to the central government through a tweet.
Urmila Matondkar said in a tweet, “Corona cases are increasing rapidly in Maharashtra. This is not the time to do politics. I appeal to the central government to make the corona vaccine available to Maharashtra as soon as possible, So that people’s lives can be saved. ” This tweet by Urmila Matondkar has come at a time when Corona cases are increasing rapidly in the state. Hundreds of people are also going to die daily from the corona in the state.
#Maharashtra is worst hit with #COVID19 and yet we've received the least #vaccine supply. There will be plenty of time to play politics. Now is the time to rise above it. So request centre govt to please supply vaccine to our state.🙏 #MaharashtraNeedsVaccine pic.twitter.com/NrM6KgCeA8
— Urmila Matondkar (@UrmilaMatondkar) April 8, 2021
Corona cases are increasing rapidly in the state
According to the data released by the state health department, in the last 24 hours, 12,090 new cases have been reported in Pune, while 70 people have died. At the same time, 56 thousand 286 new cases of corona have been reported in the state in the last 24 hours and 376 people have died. With this, now the total number of cases in the state has increased to 32, 29, 547, while the number of active cases has increased to 5, 21, 317. Let us know that the number of people who died from corona in the state has increased to 57,028. Apart from this, so far 26, 49, 757 patients have also been freed from this deadly infection in the state.
Maharashtra reports 56,286 new COVID cases, 36,130 recoveries, and 376 deaths in the last 24 hours
Total cases: 32,29,547
Active cases: 5,21,317
Total recoveries: 26,49,757
Death toll: 57,028 pic.twitter.com/0WGl7v84xy
— ANI (@ANI) April 8, 2021