Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman made it clear that the government would not go for lockdowns in a big way Sangbad Pratidin

News Everyday Digital Desk: The number of corona virus infections is increasing rapidly. The Covid (19) situation in the country is taking a terrible turn. The worst situation in the second wave of corona is in Maharashtra. A 15-day Janta Curfew has already been declared there. Thoughts are still afoot on whether to walk the path of lockdown. But the number of corona cases is increasing in the whole country. Is it going to be a lockdown across the country again? The question was answered by Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman, who attended a virtual meeting with World Bank Group President David Malpas. There he answered this question. He said that the center is not walking on the path of big lockdown again. Isolation decisions may have to be made at the local level realizing the importance of the situation. This has already been discussed. The central government is talking to the states separately. Finance Minister Smt. itnsitharaman shared the measures being taken by India to contain the spread of second wave of pandemic including the five pillared strategy of test-track-treat-vaccination and # COVID19 appropriate behavior. (3/5) pic.twitter.com/2osJ2jvygh— Ministry of Finance (inFinMinIndia) April 13, 2021

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Meanwhile, the whole country is worried about the situation in Maharashtra. Oxygen demand in Maharashtra has risen sharply since March. The traders of Oxygen Cylinder in Pune have expressed their concern over this. They provide 95 percent oxygen to hospitals. Maharashtra: Amid rising demand for medical oxygen, suppliers in Pune say they’re facing difficulties in procuring liquid oxygen from manufacturers. For the last 4-5 days, there has been a shortage of liquid. Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray announced a 15-day curfew on Tuesday, April 13, 2021. In other words, section 144 will continue in the entire state till May 1. No one can go out on the streets from 8 pm to 7 am without a reason. All restaurants will be closed. However, home delivery system will continue. There will be no movies, serials or any other shooting. Schools, colleges, private coaching will be closed. Only you will be allowed to go for the test. You can’t take a private car out on the road without a need. Only 2 passengers can be taken in the auto. In case of buses and taxis, half of the passengers can be taken. Migrant workers in Mumbai started returning home after the curfew was announced. Maharashtra: Migrant workers in Mumbai were seen returning to their native places. Now that the curfew has been imposed, what would we do here? What would we eat? We’re leaving the city because we don’t want to go through the pain we endured during the lockdown, ”says a labourer. pic.twitter.com/IxraZoNS1j— ANI (@ANI) April 13, 2021

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