Mumbai: Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray has said about the rising cases of Corona and the lockdown that the state government is estimating the situation. If we felt that giving exemption can be fatal, then we will have to lockdown once again.
Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray has warned that if the rules are not followed then the lockdown can be implemented again. Uddhav Thackeray said, ‘The threat of Corona is not yet postponed, so if the mob continues, the lockdown can be extended further. Has been eased, do not waste it.
Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray said that the people of Maharashtra are going to cooperate. The public is following the government’s talk because they know that we have an interest in what the government is doing.
Maharashtra has more cases than China alone
In India alone, Maharashtra has more cases than China. The number of people infected with the coronavirus in China is 83 thousand while the number of deaths is 4634. In Maharashtra, the number of infected people has increased to 94,041 with 3254 new cases on Wednesday, while the total death toll has increased to 3438 with 149 deaths. However, so far 44,500 people have recovered from Covid-19 in the state.
Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray said that the restrictions in the lockdown have been partially relaxed for the restoration of business and other activities, but the threat of Covid-19 still remains. He appealed to the people to avoid overcrowding and follow the rules to maintain social distance.
He said that if the rules of the guidelines were not followed, the lockdown could be extended even after June 30.
The fifth country badly affected by India Covid-19
The number of people infected with coronavirus across the country has increased to 2,77,286, out of which one-third cases have been reported in just ten days of the month of June. However, the good news is that for the first time the number of people who have recovered from this infection has exceeded those undergoing treatment. After June 1, the number of people infected with the coronavirus across the country has increased to about 90 thousand new cases, while the total number of deaths has increased by one-third in these ten days.
The first case of Covid-19 in India was reported on 30 January, but after that, on May 18, the number of cases of infected people reached more than one lakh in more than a hundred days. However, the next one lakh cases came up in just a fortnight and at the current rate this week this number can reach three lakh. More than nine thousand cases are being reported daily for more than a week.
Currently, India is the fifth country worst hit by Covid-19 after the United States, Brazil, Russia and Britain, but in terms of the number of cases, India’s gap with the UK is rapidly decreasing, with cases of infection of around 1.9 lakh.
According to data from John Hopkins University, India ranks 12th in terms of a number of deaths due to infection, while it is ninth in terms of patients recovering.