Maha mulls train, mall shutdown
The New Indian Express Chennai|February 28, 2021
Fresh coronavirus fear grips state as positive case tally crosses 8,000 for fourth straight day

IN view of rising Covid-19 cases, Maharashtra government is thinking of curtailing local train services, shutting down malls and weekly markets for a while.

Vijay Wadettiwar, relief and rehabilitation minister, said that positive cases are rising in Mumbai and the government is planning to stop certain services which had been restarted a few weeks ago.

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