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Mumbai Smart News

If there is one city in India which never sleeps, it is Mumbai. In order to not only keep our Mumbaikars update but to also give an in-depth understanding of what the latest news from this city means for its dwellers, Sachin Kalbag, Executive Editor, Hindustan Times (@SachinKalbag) and Rohini Ramnathan, RJ, Radio Nasha (@rotalks) discuss the latest headlines every morning.  This is a Hindustan Times production, brought to you by HT Smartcast

Mumbai Smart News

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As coronavirus or COVID-19 graph continued its downward trend in Maharashtra, the services of local trains resume from next Monday. In this episode, RJ Rohini and Sachin share all the information regarding Mumbai local trains and who all can travel in it from upcoming Monday.



The number of cases of Covid-19 has decreased in the last few days in Mumbai. Currently, there are 3 containment zones in total in Mumbai. In this episode, RJ Rohini and Sachin discuss how Aamchi Mumbai fought the second wave, total containment zones in the city and what is the number of active cases in the city. Tune in to know more.



Many Indians are waiting for Pfizer and Moderna but it is said that India may not get both the vaccines before 2022. Why? To know the reason, tune in as RJ Rohini and Sachin discuss it in this episode.



The Supreme Court came to the rescue of parents in Maharashtra by ordering the state to consider a 15% reduction in school fees due to the pandemic, but will it be implemented immediately? Tune in as Rohini and Sachin discuss.



As the coronavirus or COVID-19 graph continued its downward trend in Maharashtra, it is said that the services of local trains might resume for the general public as the demand grows. Tune in as RJ Rohini and Sachin discuss it in this episode.



In a study by International Institute of Population Sciences, the areas with high pollution are more vulnerable to covid-19. The COVID-19 lockdown has led to cleaner air, but will do little to address the issue of air pollution in the long run. Tune in as RJ Rohini and Sachin discuss the news study in this episode.



The Maharashtra government told the Bombay High Court on Tuesday that they would start door-to-door vaccination against COVID-19 for bed-ridden and immobile people in the city from August 1. Tune in as RJ Rohini and Sachin discuss about this pilot project.



The US has improved the travel advisory for India, lowering it from the highest Level 4, which means no travel, to Level 3, which urges citizens to reconsider travel. Tune in as RJ Rohini and Sachin discuss what all has been updated.



Tia Gupta, a 12 year old girl has approached the Delhi High Court through her mother. The petition directs the authorities to put in place a vaccination protocol for children. Tune in as RJ Rohini and Sachin discuss this.



Finally it's time for the people to get their second jab of Covishield. But, did any rules change or are they the same? Do we still have to book slots from the CoWin app? Tune in as RJ Rohini and Sachin talk about the procedures for the second dose vaccination of Covishield.