Coronavirus Outbreak: What's open, what's shut in Mumbai during Janata Curfew
| Sunday | 22nd March, 2020
The call of 'Janata curfew' was given by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in his address to the nation on Thursday.
Maharashtra has recorded 64 cases of coronavirus so far, including 19 in Mumbai, as the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases reached 315 on Saturday.
In Mumbai, the government has curtailed public transport with restrictions on public against using local trains, considered the lifeline of the city.
Government officials involved in the provision of essential services will be asked to produce their id-cards before they are allowed to board the trains.
Only those associated with emergency and essential services may leave their homes," Modi said during his address to the nation.
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