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COLOMBO(News 1st); The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) in Mumbai, India has banned New Year celebrations and gatherings in both closed or open spaces in the city of Mumbai, due to an increase in coronavirus cases and the growing threat of the Omicron strain.The order was issued to such effect on Friday by Iqbal Singh Chahal, the Mumbai Municipal Commissioner.The ruling took effect at 12 a.m.(IST) on Christmas day and will remain in effect until the next guideline is issued.The injunction covers all hotels, bars, restaurants, and privately held venues that could be used for such gatherings and celebrations, according to the statement issued by the BMC.The Indian state of Maharashtra recorded 1,410 coronavirus cases and 20 Omicron

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COLOMBO(News 1st); The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) in Mumbai, India has banned New Year celebrations and gatherings in both closed or open spaces in the city of Mumbai, due to an increase in coronavirus cases and the growing threat of the Omicron strain.The order was issued to such effect on Friday by Iqbal Singh Chahal, the Mumbai Municipal Commissioner.The ruling took effect at 12 a.m.(IST) on Christmas day and will remain in effect until the next guideline is issued.The injunction covers all hotels, bars, restaurants, and privately held venues that could be used for such gatherings and celebrations, according to the statement issued by the BMC.The Indian state of Maharashtra recorded 1,410 coronavirus cases and 20 Omicron
(News 1st): The event organizers of the Indian Premier League announced that limited spectators will be allowed into the stadiums for the event, which is due to be held in Dubai, Sharjah and Abu Dhabi .The IPL, which was suspended midway in May due to COVID-19 cases in its bio bubble, will resume from Sunday with defending champions Mumbai Indians taking on Chennai Super Kings at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium.The matches will be played in accordance with the UAE health protocols and other regulations.Ticket sale will begin from Thursday onwards.It will be the first time since 2019 when the IPL will be played in front of an audience.Last year, the league was played behind closed doors in the UAE while the first half of the 2021

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