Aurangabad, Jun 30 (PTI) The COVID-19 situation in
Maharashtra's Aurangabad city will be reviewed in the next 10
days and if the condition worsens, the administration will
consider imposing a curfew, an official said on Tuesday.
Collector Uday Choudhari made the announcement at a
press conference with municipal commissioner Astik Kumar
Pandey and police commissioner Chiranjeev Prasad on Monday
"The administration will not immediately impose a
curfew in Aurangabad city. We will review the situation for
the next 10 days and if things worsen, we may consider
imposing a full or partial curfew," the collector said.
However, the district's industrial zone Waluj will be
put under curfew from July 4 to 12 on account of the rise in
COVID-19 cases there.
"Looking at the rate of infection, a curfew will be
imposed in the area under seven gram panchayats from July 4 to
12," he said.
Milk and medical facilities will be available during
this period and passes allotted to industries will be valid,
"We will request all industrial units to participate
in this curfew or work with minimum manpower," Choudhari said.