MUMBAI: Maharashtra Authorities has opened all of the non secular locations within the State, nonetheless, Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray on Sunday appealed to the general public to not overcrowd anywhere and observe COVID-19 security norms.
“Now we have opened all non secular locations within the state however my attraction to the general public is to not overcrowd them,” mentioned CM Thackeray.
“Now we have celebrated all of the festivals with persistence thus far. I had urged everybody to take all of the precautions throughout Diwali celebrations as properly and everyone obeyed it. I wish to thank everybody for that. Even throughout Chhath Puja celebrations, folks behaved patiently. In Maharashtra, we’re capable of management the COVID-19 state of affairs in some ways however we must keep away from visiting crowded locations,” he added.
Maharashtra Chief Minister additional acknowledged that he’s a bit upset with the residents as after Diwali the variety of COVID-19 instances within the state have began rising once more.
“Lockdown has been imposed in varied elements of the world and the variety of instances can also be rising in Delhi. I wish to attraction to everybody to keep away from going to crowded locations. All of us are listening to these days that vaccine shall be arriving quickly in India however presently we don’t have any vaccine so we have now to take preventive measures. After finishing 5 years, if I shall be requested what work did I do, I do not need to say that I solely imposed lockdowns,” mentioned Thackeray.
Maharashtra has reported 5,753 new COVID-19 instances, four,060 recoveries and 50 deaths. The entire variety of instances within the state is 17,80,208. There are 81,512 lively instances within the state and 16,51,064 sufferers have recovered thus far. The demise toll is at 46,623.