Day after Uddhav cautions people on COVID-19, Maharashtra govt extends lockdown restrictions till July 31
| Monday | 29th June, 2020
Maharashtra government on Monday extended lockdown provisions in the state till July 31, empowering local bodies to enforce certain measures and necessary restrictions in specified local areas to prevent the spread of coronavirus infection.
Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray had on Sunday said the lockdown curbs in the state would continue beyond June 30.
Speaking to the people of Maharashtra in a televised address, Thackeray had ruled out easing the restrictions, adding the state still faces coronavirus threat.
Thackeray said there will be some restrictions in the state after June 30 but more relaxations will be offered gradually.
There will be some restrictions even after June 30, but eventually more and more relaxations will be offered to the people," he said.
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