The nationwide lockdown has put on hault in the lives of people. After the complete lockdown of around 40-50 days, Government of India thought of taking a very crucial decision of easing lockdown all across the country keeping into consideration the tagline made by the government of saving both lives and livelihood. While the green and orange zone could witness some of the relaxation like opening up of shops during a particular time, there are red zones which are becoming a menace for the authorities to rule out any kind of ease in the containment ares.
Mumbai, Pune and few others are the worst affected in Maharashtra. While Mumbai witnesses 400 cases average in a day, some of the areas of Pune is affected a lot. Pune is all set to see the extensions of lockdown till 31st May. While the total number of cases across the city is 2987 and Total death is 169.
New case – 163, Successfully recoverd- 148 ,Total active cases – 1332 and critical -34. The below flow chart shows the gender and age wise covid positive cases.
The following attached is the area wise Covid positive cases In Pune, according to 15-05-2020 data:
A new link has been released by the Maharashtra Police for the residents living in Maharashtra and Mumbai. If anyone has had a tragic incident of death or has a medical emergency, then go to the link given below and submit their valid necessary documents and take permission. People are allowed to move to other states under any necessary circumstances. The link : https://covid19.mhpolice.in/registration . Even PMC has issued guidelines for restarting building projects.Standalone shops are allowed to open with necessary precautions to be kept in mind. Liquor shops seem to have a boom during this time in Pune as well after a long break. While virtual reading is in trend, FTII has started its first online course. Also Maharashtra government has issued guidlines for colleges to promote studnets of undergraduate courses but final years students will have to give semester. PMC and PCMC still comes under red zone accroding to the last report.
Not much movement can be seen in Pune as it still be the worst affected after Mumbai. Seems like Pune being the student and IT hub will take a long time to recover and go back to its normal pace for it cannot afford to resume with such a huge density all in one go.