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Maharashtra shuts eateries, malls, curbs travel amid Covid surge

IndiaTimes Sunday, 4 April 2021 ()
The rapid spread of Covid-19 finally forced the Uddhav Thackeray government to announce lockdown-like restrictions across the state from 8pm on Monday. On weekends, a complete lockdown will be imposed. A state government notification issued late on Sunday said all shops except essential services would remain shut till the end of the month, leaving people only Monday to buy non-essential goods this month.
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