Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray on Sunday in a live video addressing the state said, there will be lockdown post June 30th but with even more Relaxation.
Maharashtra is the most affected state of Coronavirus among other States. Maharashtra records nearly 1.6 lakh positive cases of Coronavirus so far.
While addressing people live from Facebook. CM Uddhav Thackeray said:-“While we are giving relaxations doesn’t mean that the Covid-19 crisis is over,”
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“Day after tomorrow we will be observing National Doctors’ Day. They are fighting for us, I offer my gratitude to them. Covid-19 is not over yet, we will tackle this issue together. We should not be restless and go out unnecessarily,” said CM.
He also requested the group of doctors between the years 55-60 to please come forward and help because it will be their experience which will matter. “The state will take care of their health and enough PPEs will be provided,” the CM Uddhav Thackeray Said.
CM further said:-“Remdesivir and Favipiravir are now available for the treatment of coronavirus. In the coming days, we may look at the possibility of making it free for our people”.
“Plasma therapy is proving effective in fighting Covid-19. Since plasma therapy is showing positive results, the government is looking at increasing the number of centers,” said Uddhav.
‘Chase the Virus’ initiative is now applicable across Maharashtra, the CM further said.
“People living in rural areas of Maharashtra are taking the crisis lightly and not following the norms. They are not wearing masks and are following social distancing,” Uddhav said.
He said that despite the coronavirus crisis, Maharashtra government has signed agreements worth ₹16,000 crore, which will help boost the state’s economy. “I request other investors to consider investing in Maharashtra. Government will look at supporting in every possible manner,” he said.
“I thank all the Dahi Handi mandals for taking the decision to cancel the celebrations. They took voluntary decisions and did not ask the government about it. I appreciate their efforts and support.”