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Maharashta, Tamil Nadu extend lockdown till July 31

IndiaTimes Tuesday, 30 June 2020 ()
Maharashtra and Tamil Nadu governments on Monday extended the lockdown till July 31 to stop the surge of Covid-19 cases — with stricter norms in the Mumbai and Chennai regions. The Karnataka government has also indicated that it will bring back from July 7 harsher measures such as banning the entry and exit of people from high-risk districts
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