CM Uddhav’s big decision on ‘uncontrollable’ corona in Maharashtra, ban on all kinds of programs

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Mumbai: In Maharashtra, all public functions including all government, religious and political, social programs have been banned. Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray has announced this on Sunday. Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray, while expressing concern over the increasing cases of Coronavirus in the state, said that 6971 cases have been reported in the state in one day while 850 people have been infected in Mumbai. Uddhav Thackeray, while prohibiting all public programs, said that “spread the party and not corona.”

Chief Minister Thackeray said that all the meetings of the Maharashtra government will be online. He said that the next 8 days are very important to stop the spread of Corona, Covid-19 is raising its head again in Maharashtra, in eight to 15 days it will be known if this is the second wave. Thackeray said that “We cannot put too much weight on any single machinery. We have to take responsibility. We are starting a new campaign – ‘I am responsible’ Given. Different work hours, work from home, use of sanitizers, and social distancing will be part of our new campaign. ” Thackeray said wear masks and say no to lockdown.

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‘Lockdown will not be imposed at present’
The Maharashtra Chief Minister said that the question now arises whether a lockdown will be imposed again. Even today, about 7,000 cases have been reported. About one thousand cases have been registered in Amravati. Cases are doubling in Pune and Mumbai. Thackeray said that no major action and lockdown will be imposed at the moment. We are prohibiting the number of public programs. We are canceling many events. If we do not follow the rules then strict lockdown will have to be imposed.

Thackeray said that lockdown has been imposed in many countries. Nobody likes the ban but Covid-19 will not leave anyone because we will not like it. We have to impose many stringent restrictions. We will impose fines on those who do not wear masks.