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Friday, March 26, 2021

If Corona's condition does not improve by April 2, there is no way out except lockdown

 If Corona's condition does not improve by April 2, there is no way out except lockdown

Corona cases are once again on the rise across the country.  Maharashtra is once again most affected by the corona.  More than 30,000 cases of corona are reported in Maharashtra every day.  Amid rising cases of corona in Maharashtra, Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar has made a big statement.

 Talking to media in Pune, Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar said that the lockdown in Maharashtra could be implemented in the current situation in the state.  He said the government was currently monitoring Corona's case and there was no way out except lockdown if the number of cases did not decrease.  He said the government would look into the case by April 2.  That means a lockdown could be announced at any time thereafter.

 Ajit Pawar said that the transition of corona in Maharashtra is increasing rapidly.  In addition people are not following the guidelines.  The government now has no choice but to lockdown.  He further added that malls, markets, cinema halls will continue with 50 per cent capacity.  While only 50 people will be allowed in the wedding ceremony.  Only 20 people can attend the funeral.

ગુજરાતીમા વાચવા માટે અહીંયા ક્લિક કરો

 Union Health Minister Harshvardhan said during an interview that night curfew and Saturday-Sunday curfew are not effective in curbing the corona virus.  They believe that the second wave of corona can be controlled by vaccination.  Corona’s horrific stats have been coming up in the last few days.  About 60,000 new patients were found on Friday.

 In Tewama, Union Minister Harshvardhan said, "Keeping social distance can prevent the spread of the virus, but night curfews and weekend lockdowns or partial lockdowns do not have much effect."  He further said that the government is considering speeding up the vaccination campaign.  That is why the age limit for vaccine is being reduced.

 Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan also said that the government was now better prepared to deal with an epidemic like Corona.  According to him, the country is currently working on 6 vaccines.  The trial of these vaccines is in various stages.  In such a scenario, it is expected that the country will get more vaccines soon.  There are currently two vaccines available in India and this vaccine is completely safe.

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