In Maharashtra's Latur, the district administration has decided to implement 'Janata curfew' on February 27 and 28 in view of the rising cases of Covid-19. While making the announcement about it, Latur collector Prithviraj BP appealed to the citizens to observe the Janata curfew to break the virus chain, and requested them not leave their homes during the weekend, except in case of emergency.
In his address on social media platforms, the collector said, only essential services will remain functional during the Janata curfew.
The number of Covid patients is increasing across the state, but Latur district is comparatively in a better position, he said. He added that the situation in the district is under control and there is nothing to panic. The administration is ready to handle the situation, the collector said.
With 98 new COVID-19 cases on Wednesday, the infection tally in the district has reached 25,045, while 703 people have died so far, the officials said.
Superintendent of Police Nikhil Pingale, who was also present with the collector, urged the citizens to keep wearing masks while stepping out.
He said, those who are spotted not wearing masks in public places are being fined. 

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