“Lockdown If Cases Keep Increasing For 8-15 Days,” Says Uddhav Thackeray
Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray today pointed out that the number of day-to-day coronavirus cases in Mumbai – among the country’s worst-hit cities – has actually doubled over the last couple of days. Calling the Covid situation in the state “severe”, Mr Thackeray, in a virtual address, stated it would take a number of weeks to ascertain if the existing rise in daily figures is a fresh wave of infections or not. He also warned people to follow coronavirus procedures to prevent another lockdown.
” Do we need a lockdown? If you act properly, we will understand in the next eight days. Those who do not want a lockdown, will use a mask. Those who want a lockdown, will not wear one. So wear a mask and say ‘No’ to the lockdown,” he stated.
” Whether this is a second wave or not, we will comprehend this in the coming 8 to 15 days,” he added.
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