Seven day home quarantine in mumbai for passengers arriving from dubai

Mumbai. BMC has taken a big decision in view of the threat of the new variant of Coronavirus Omicron in India. In a statement issued by the BMC late on Friday evening, it has been said that all international passengers coming from Dubai who are residents of Mumbai will have to compulsorily stay in home quarantine for 7 days. Also, RT-PCR is mandatory for all international travelers. In an official statement issued by the BMC, it has been said that migrants living in other parts of Maharashtra will not be allowed to travel in public transport. Separate vehicles will be arranged for them by the administration.

Earlier, BMC has issued new guidelines regarding Christmas and New Year. It is noteworthy that so far this new variant has reached 14 states and union territories and more than 200 cases have been reported. In such a situation, in view of the increasing threat from the new variants, the central government has cautioned the states and union territories to activate ‘war room’ and also consider taking steps like imposing night curfew.

record cases of corona in mumbai
683 new cases of corona virus have been reported in Mumbai today, the highest after 6 October. Giving information, health officials said that the increase came on a day when the Maharashtra government decided to impose new restrictions in the state to avoid crowding in view of the increasing cases of corona. In fact, the Chief Minister’s Office said in a statement late on Thursday that guidelines will be issued on Friday.

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Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray interacts with the members of the State COVID-19 Task Force. It said they discussed ways to avoid crowds during Christmas and New Year celebrations, weddings and parties in hotels and restaurants. The statement said that the restrictions imposed in other states and the spike in corona in the United States and Europe were also discussed in the meeting.

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