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COVID-19: Streets of Mumbai remain silent amid restrictions

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COVID-19: Streets of Mumbai remain silent amid restrictions

COVID-19: Streets of Mumbai remain silent amid restrictions

COVID-19 cases continue to surge in Maharashtra.

The streets wore deserted look in Mumbai as State government has imposed lockdown-like restrictions in view of coronavirus till May 01.

Section 144 has also been imposed across the state.

Currently, Mumbai has 82671 active cases of coronavirus.


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