30th April, 2021
Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray said on Friday that we will face Corona together like last year. According to him, there is no need to impose strict lockdown in the state, people are following the restrictions. Uddhav Thackeray said that restrictions such as lockdown have helped in curbing the daily spike in coronavirus cases in Maharashtra. There were nine to one million active coronovirus cases in Maharashtra. We believed that there could be one million active cases in Maharashtra, but so far only Corona has seven lakh active patients in the state. We are setting up a COVID center near oxygen plants to avoid delays in supply to patients. In order to overcome the corona in the state, the government has imposed restrictions till Thursday on May 15. Due to restrictions, the cases of corona have reduced somewhat in the state.
Here, Maharashtra Health Minister Rajesh Tope, who is badly groaning by the second wave of Corona, has predicted a third wave in the state by July August. He expressed this apprehension on such a day, When the state has reported the highest number of infections so far. Talking to the media on Thursday, Tope said that according to epidemiologists, a third wave of corona could be seen in Maharashtra between July and August. Till then, Maharashtra is trying to be self-sufficient in terms of oxygen. He said that it is being told that by the end of May, the graph of the corona in the state will be stabilized and matters will start to decrease. If this happens, a third wave could come in July or August. Tope was meeting the media after attending a review meeting. He said that various aspects regarding the prevention and management of corona were discussed with Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray. District Collectors and Divisional Commissioners also participated in this virtual review meeting.