Coronavirus Update: Maharashtra Deputy CM Ajit Pawar Commented On Re-lockdown Planning
Deputy CM Ajit Pawar Speaks Up About The Re-lockdown Planning's In Maharashtra Amidst The Rising Coronavirus Cases. He Highlighted About Huge Crowd Which Gathered During Festivities
The pandemic Coronavirus cases have not been contained globally and the numbers recorded a spike on the global infection charts. Amidst the growing COVID-19 cases the state governments have started considering re-lockdown options. The Deputy CM of Maharashtra, Ajit Pawar commented on the governments planning for the second wave of the deadly infection.
As per the media reports, Ajit Pawar while addressing a meeting in Pune talked about how few people have started taking the pandemic lightly of late. He highlighted about huge crowd which was observed at market places during Diwali and Ganesh Chaturthi. Talking about the crowd gatherings, he said that the Coronavirus had died under the weight of the crowd.
“There was a huge crowd during Diwali period. Even at the time of Ganesha Chaturthi, we saw crowds. We are speaking to relevant departments. We’ll review the situation for next 8-10 days and then the further decision will be taken about the lockdown,” said Ajit Pawar on re-lockdown plans of MAHA government.
On the other side, CM Uddhav Thackrey while addressing citizen has also warned people to not let their guards against COVID-19 down as it can trigger a second or third wave “like a tsunami”.
Talking about the current numbers of COVID-19 patients, with new 44,059 cases India’s total cases rise to 91,39,866. With 511 new deaths, the toll mounts reaches to 1,33,738 and the total active cases are 4,43,486.
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