Mumbai’s Siddhivinayak Temple closed for ‘darshan’ amid Covid fears


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Mumbai’s Siddhivinayak Temple closed for ‘darshan’ amid Covid fears

Mumbai’s Siddhivinayak Temple has been closed for ‘darshan’ until additional orders, amid an increase in coronavirus circumstances within the metropolis. The temple authorities determined to shut the temple from eight pm onward in the present day. 

The temple will stay shut until additional orders. In the meantime, common aarti and puja shall be carried out and placed on a webcast. Solely the priest and workers will stay current throughout the aarti. 

Maharashtra has been the worst hit within the second wave of the coronavirus pandemic. Mumbai on Monday reported as many as 9,857 new circumstances, mounting the general caseload within the metropolis to four,62,302. About 74,522 are lively circumstances. With 21 extra fatalities, the dying toll has reached 11,797.

The information confirmed the BMC carried out 36,878 new COVID-19 assessments, down from Sunday’s 51,319, taking the variety of samples examined up to now to 43,06,053. The restoration charge of COVID-19 circumstances in Mumbai has gone right down to 81 per cent, in response to the BMC.

On Sunday, the town had witnessed the highest-ever 11,163 new COVID-19 circumstances.

READ MORE: Maharashtra: Shirdi temple shut until additional orders amid surge in Covid circumstances

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