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Mumbai Police, BMC join hands amid rise in COVID cases

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Mumbai Police, BMC join hands amid rise in COVID cases

Mumbai Police, BMC join hands amid rise in COVID cases

Amid increasing cases of COVID-19 in the city, Mumbai Police have joined hands with Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) to ensure that people follow COVID guidelines like, wearing face masks, maintaining social distancing.

Maharashtra is seeing a rise in new COVID-19 infections.

For the fourth consecutive day on Saturday, the state reported over 8,000 fresh infections.

Maharashtra currently has 68810 active cases.


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