Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray instructed the people of the state that if the rules of social distancing were not followed, the relaxation would be withdrawn.
Mumbai: Life is slowly returning to the track under the mission ‘Begin Again’ in Maharashtra (Maharashtra Coronavirus Report). Shop, public transport and other services have been conditionally started. Meanwhile, on Wednesday, Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray (Uddhav Thackeray) instructed the people of the state that if the rules of social distancing were not followed, the relaxation would be withdrawn. He said this after the news, when he was informed that the social distancing of the buses is being blown to board the buses.
Speaking to the media after the meeting of the Business Advisory Committee, CM Uddhav Thackeray said, “If this continues, the lockdown will continue but I am sure people will listen to the government’s rules and guidelines as it is for their own good.” Huh.’
During this, CM Thackeray also demanded to run local trains. He said that local trains are the lifeline of Mumbai. With their introduction, the load on the buses will be reduced. The monsoon session of the Maharashtra Legislative Assembly has been postponed due to Corona. Earlier it was supposed to start from 22 June, but now it will start from 3 August.
Please tell that Maharashtra has reported the highest number of coronaviruses in the country. Maharashtra has left China behind in Corona cases. So far, 94,041 cases of corona have been reported in the state. 3,438 patients have died. On Wednesday, 3,254 new Corona cases were reported and 149 people died. The number of corona infected is 52,667 in Mumbai alone. Maharashtra’s recovery rate is 47.34 percent and mortality is 3.65 percent.
Significantly, shopping malls, religious places, hotels and restaurants have reopened in the country since June 8 after being closed for nearly two months during the lockdown. Under the new rules, arrangements like token system have been made for entry. At the same time, Prasad etc. is not being distributed in temples. Many state governments said that in the face of increasing cases of coronavirus infection, the opening of all these sites can present new challenges.