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Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray has announced to allow the common man to travel in Mumbai local from August 15, but the common man who has taken both the doses of the vaccine and the second dose has completed 14 days. The Chief Minister had talked about developing an app for this, in which registration of all would be necessary. Only after that the QR code will be available, on showing which the Railways will give one month’s pass.
August 15 is approaching, but the work on the app is still going on. According to the government – there are about 19 lakh people who have taken both the doses, in such a situation, there is no rush for the QR code only, so the railways and the state government have started the offline process from today. From today at all the railway stations of Central, Western and Harbor line of Mumbai MMR region, the employees of the concerned Municipal Corporation will set up a help desk and verify the certificates and Aadhar cards of the people who have taken both the doses, after which the railway will give that person a month’s notice. Pass will be issued. A total of 351 help desks will be set up at 53 railway stations from today. From 7 am to 11 pm, people can go there and get their own certificates certified and take QR.
5,609 new cases surfaced in Maharashtra in a day
Let us inform that on Tuesday, 5,609 new patients of corona virus infection were confirmed in Maharashtra and 137 infected died. Maximum 46 deaths have occurred in Pune region. An official of the state health department said that 7,568 patients have recovered from the infection. He told that the total cases in Maharashtra have gone up to 63,63,442 while the death toll has reached 1,34,201. At the same time, the number of people who are free from infection has increased to 61,59,676. According to the official, the number of patients undergoing treatment for infection in the state has come down to 66,123. The number of new cases has increased by 1,104 on Tuesday as compared to Monday, while there were 68 deaths a day earlier and today 137 infected people have lost their lives. The rate of infection-free in Maharashtra is 96.8 percent while the death rate is 2.01 percent.