People returning to work are at risk of starting second round of Coronavirus infection: Uddhav Thackeray
Mumbai. Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray has predicted a ‘second round’ of coronavirus infection with more people returning to work. He has urged people to strictly follow the rules.
In a digital meeting with ministers and officials of Marathwada and Nashik divisions over the Kovid-19 (COVID-19) situation, Thackeray expressed concern over the exit of adequate precaution without people who are infected with coronaviruses, but the symptoms of infection Have not appeared Thackeray said that the focus should be on reducing mortality.
The Chief Minister asked the officials to ensure that people are following health regulations like wearing masks. He also directed to impose fines on those who violate the rules.
According to the Maharashtra Health Department’s Bulletin, 13,00,757 cases of corona virus infection have been reported in the state till 25 September. 34,761 people have died.
Thackeray said that in the UK, such patients are being treated in homes with no visible symptoms. But they are being examined every day. They are being sent to the hospital if needed. We are allowing such patients to remain isolated in homes, but they are going out and infecting others as well.
The Chief Minister said that there is a danger of starting a second round of this (coronavirus infection) as more people are leaving for work. Also, there is a risk of getting infected by senior citizens sitting at home.