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Mumbai Police to now fine a minimum of 12,000 citizens daily for not wearing a mask!

The Mumbai Police Commissioner has tasked department officials to fine a minimum of 1000 people from each of the city's zone, for not wearing a mask in public places. Established to curb the recent spike in the number of COVID-19 cases in Mumbai, the target has to be honoured daily in each zone. According to the established COVID norms, Mumbaikars will be taxed with a ₹200 fine.

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COVID spike decelerated in Mumbai; new tallies dropped to 855 on Monday after 5 days of surge

In the last 24 hours, about 855 new coronavirus cases were reported in Mumbai, marking a marginal drop from the continual high rise of the previous week. While the fresh tallies depict a decelerated transmission, the Maharashtra CM urged the people to wear masks to avoid another lockdown in the city. Presently, about 8,294 cases are under active treatment here and the morbidity count stands at 11,479 deaths, since the outbreak last year.

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Mumbai Police takes on corona in 'Shahenshah style'; asks netizens "Ma ko kya pasand hai?"

The digital age is marked by the presence of a hilarious meme culture and its infectious fervour has inspired the Mumbai Police as well. The officials chose the meme method to impart pertinent information about the pandemic via their Instagram handle on Sunday. Taking a scene from actor Amitabh Bachchan's legendary Agneepath movie, Mumbai Police spread the importance of washing hands during this ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

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No lockdown for Mumbai but BMC to ensure stricter compliance with COVID restrictions

With a marked acceleration in COVID cases in Mumbai, the city witnessed a renewed execution of a list of restrictions. Reportedly, BMC is undertaking measures to increase testing and treatment in addition to ensuring stricter compliance with the announced guidelines. But, as of now, the civic body has no plans of imposing a lockdown in the city.

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BMC to deploy marshals at various railway stations across Mumbai to implement COVID-19 norms

The Mumbai suburban train system commenced its services from the 1st of February with restricted timings for all commuters, after almost a halt of 11 months due to the pandemic. With the city resuming its pre-COVID lifestyle, the local trains have been reporting as many as 3.7 million commuters per day. Parallelly, COVID-19 cases have been on a sharp rise in the city and owing to it, the

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