In Maharashtra, the second wave of corona will be expensive, the first warning from the restrained Rajesh Tope
Corona’s growth rate is increasing in Kerala and Delhi. Rajesh Tope said that this situation has arisen in Delhi and Kerala due to the non-use of masks and non-observance of social distance. Tope has warned the people of Maharashtra that if another wave of corona strikes Maharashtra, it will cost everyone dearly.
Ratnagiri: The incidence of the corona is on the rise in Delhi. Against that background, the Maharashtra government has started taking precautions. If there is another wave of corona in Maharashtra, it will cost everyone dearly. I don’t think it should come to the state but there is fear in my mind, said Health Minister Rajesh Tope. The number of corona patients is increasing in Mumbai. Therefore, the people of the state should learn from Kerala and Delhi, the Health Minister has appealed to the citizens. (Maharashtra should learn from Kerala and Delhi, said Health Minister Rajesh Tope)
Corona’s growth rate is increasing in Kerala and Delhi. Rajesh Tope said that this situation has arisen in Delhi and Kerala due to the non-use of masks and non-observance of social distance. On the other hand, the safety of children is important when starting school. Therefore, teachers should do what they can to disinfect schools. Otherwise, schools should be sterilized by giving a contract to someone, Tope has requested.
The state government has given permission to conduct wedding ceremonies in the presence of fewer people in the state at present. However, Tope has also hinted at increasing the number of attendees for the wedding. He also said that no one should take corona, everyone should be careful, self-discipline should be observed, only then it is possible to overcome the second wave of the corona.
Mumbaikars beware, appeal of Municipal Commissioner
The number of corona patients in Delhi is steadily increasing. The death toll from the corona is also rising sharply. Against this backdrop, Mumbai Municipal Commissioner Iqbal Singh Chahal has appealed to Mumbaikars to be careful.
In the last 24 hours, 7,546 new coronavirus patients have been found in Delhi. The corona has killed 98 patients in a single day. The rising number of coroners in Delhi is a cause for concern for the administration. Against that backdrop, vigilance is being maintained in Mumbai.
Considering the corona situation in Delhi, citizens in Mumbai should be careful. The No Mask, No Entry campaign can save us all from Corona. Therefore, everyone should wear a mask, a request has been made by Mumbai Municipal Commissioner Iqbal Singh Chahal.
Aditya Thackeray reviews administration’s readiness
Is the administration prepared for the second wave of corona? Are there enough beds available in the hospital, Kovid Center? This was reviewed by Environment Minister Aditya Thackeray and administrative officials. Aditya Thackeray said that he will start OPD in the Jumbo Facility Center set up for Corona patients. He also said that additional staff and other facilities would be provided at the free testing center.