by Web Desk | Published: 24-04-2021
Mumbai: Mumbai Police on Saturday stopped the immediate sticker classification of vehicles implemented for essential service vehicles within the city. "Dear Mumbaikars, the red, yellow and green #emergency stickers are being declassified," Mumbai Police said in a tweet. City police said a detailed investigation into the crash will continue.
"We hope you will stay with us on # TakingOnCorona and avoid all necessary / urgent movements outside the home the decision comes in the wake of the state police's move to reintroduce the e-pass system on Friday for inter-state and inter-district movement of vehicles. Some people had expressed dissatisfaction that two systems at the same time - color-coded stickers for Mumbai and e-passes at the state level - would be confusing.
Mumbai recorded 7,221 new Covid-19 cases and 72 deaths. There are 81,538 active cases in the city. IN the last 24 hours, Maharashtra has reported 66,836 new Covid-19 cases and 773 deaths, according to the state health department. With 60,000 new cases, the total number of active cases in the state is 6,91,851. As many as 63,252 people have died in the state so far as the epidemic remains the worst affected state.
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