This page contains links where updates from Mumbai, rest of India and the world, as reported by the State and Central Government and Internationally recognised agencies are put up.
Regional updates on COVID19 pandemic
Levels of Restriction for Safe Maharashtra [25 June 2021]
Levels of Restriction for Breaking the Chain Order, Issued by Government of Maharashtra [4 June 2021]
Break the Chain, Issued by Government of Maharashtra [30 May 2021]
Break the Chain, Issued by Government of Maharashtra [21 April 2021]
Break the Chain, Restrictions issued by Government of Maharashtra [4 April 2021]
Easing of Restrictions and Phase-wise opening of Lockdown- Maharashtra [27 November 2020]
Easing of Restrictions and Phase-wise opening of Lockdown [25 November 2020]
Easing of Restrictions and Phase-wise opening of Lockdown- SOP for Domestic and International Travel (Maharashtra) [23 November 2020]
Easing of Restrictions and Phase -wise opening of Lockdown [29 October 2020]
Easing of Restrictions and Phase-wise opening of Lockdown [30 September 2020]
Easing of Restrictions and Phase-wise opening of Lockdown [31 August 2020]
Easing of Restrictions and Phase-wise opening of Lockdown, by Government of Maharashtra. [29 June 2020]
Amendments to the Guidelines- Easing of Restrictions and Phase-wise opening of Lockdown, Government of Maharashtra [4 June 2020]
Lockdown to continue in containment zones till 30 June 2020, Ministry of Home Affairs. [30 May 2020]
- Wearing of mask in public (street, hospital, office, market etc) is now compulsory
- Masks are also to be worn while travelling.
- These may be standard masks available at the chemist or homemade washable ones.
- Action will be taken against offenders u/s 188 of IPC
The Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai (MCGM) have mapped Containment zones (starred areas) which are essentially areas where covid-positives have been detected and the surrounding area have been sealed to protect everyone inside and outside from further spread. There is nothing alarming but just to restrict the virus from spreading beyond the Containment Zone. Supply of essentials will continue and there is no need for panic.
Official Twitter Account of the Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai (बृहन्मुंबई महानगरपालिका) -माझी Mumbai, आपली BMC [@mybmc]
The official twitter account of the BMC shares the latest steps taken by the Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai in the city. This includes COVID-19 case updates from Mumbai city. You can also tag them (@mybmc) on your tweet in emergency situations to seek their assistance.
ICMR approved government and private COVID-19 testing facilities in Mumbai, Navi Mumbai including Thane and Pune
This list has been compiled from the COVID-19 portal of the ICMR. For regular updates, keep visiting their portal.
This is the WhatsApp Helpline set up by the Indian Government to seek queries on COVID-19.
National updates on COVID19 pandemic
Centre issues guidelines for Unlock 3.0 [29 July 2020]
Centre issues guidelines for Unlock 2.0 [30 June 2020]
MoHFW issues Standard operating procedure (SOP) on COVID preventive measures as part of Unlock 1.0
[4 June 2020]
Lockdown continuation in containment zones and phased reopening in other zones, Ministry of Home Affairs [30 May 2020]
The Government of India will be conducting a Telephonic Survey calling up
citizens on their mobile phones across the country. This is to be carried out
by NIC and calls will be coming into mobile phones from the calling
Lockdown extended till 3 May 2020 (Press Release by PIB) [14 April 2020]
This website posts the latest figures of COVID-19 cases in India. It also issues the latest directives and notices to public health departments, medical advisories.
Indian Government’s Official Public Service Announcements may be accessed on this website. This website has information about do’s and don’ts for citizens, symptoms, preventive measures, Frequently Asked Questions, Myth Busters, Advisories for travellers, hospitals, sports organisations.
Updates issued from the Office of the Principal Scientific Advisor to the Government of India (March-April 2020)
The Ofﬁce of the Principal Scientiﬁc Advisor to the Government of India has issued a detailed manual on “Masks for Curbing the Spread of SARS-CoV-2 Coronavirus” and Guidelines for Hygiene and Sanitation in Densely Populated Areas, during the COVID-19 Pandemic. Both documents are available in multiple languages. To access them, check Multilingual Resources section.
The ICMR in New Delhi is the apex body in India for the formulation, coordination and promotion of biomedical research. Currently, ICMR is the authorized body which puts upr all information on testing for COVID-19 in the country.
This site contains information about COVID-19 testing in India. If you go to testing facilities page, the India map displays all government (green icon) and private (blue icon) laboratories that serve as COVID-19 testing facilities. For example, zoom in to your area in the India map, choose the “blue or green icon” in the area. When you click it, the address features on the right side.
Global updates on COVID19 pandemic
All updates, announcements and reports by WHO on the Coronavirus Pandemic from across the globe are available on this website. It includes advice to the general public, daily situation reports, Advice to health workers, and the latest research and development updates related to COVID-19.
ECDC is closely monitoring the COVID-19 outbreak, providing risk assessments, public health guidance, and advice on response activities to EU Member States and the EU Commission.
On 20th March 2020, WHO launched a messaging service with partners WhatsApp and Facebook to keep people safe from coronavirus. The service can be accessed through a link that opens a conversation on WhatsApp. You can simply type “hi” to activate the conversation. This will prompt a menu of options that can help answer your doubts about COVID-19.
Worldometer is run by an international team of developers, researchers, and volunteers with the goal of making world statistics available to the public in a thought-provoking and time relevant format. The live counters show the real-time estimate as computed by their proprietary algorithm, which processes the latest data and projections put up by the most reputable organisations and statistical offices in the world.