Next Covid Wave “Like Tsunami”, Warns Uddhav Thackeray With An Appeal

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    Next Covid Wave “Like Tsunami”, Alerts Uddhav Thackeray With An Appeal

    Next Covid Wave 'Like Tsunami', Warns Uddhav Thackeray With An Appeal

    Uddhav Thackeray stated he was dissatisfied at the indiscipline seen ater Diwali.

    Mumbai:

    The coronavirus pandemic has been brought under control in Maharashtra thanks to the restraint and discipline shown by residents, Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray said on Sunday, but cautioned people not to disregard security steps as it can trigger a second or 3rd wave “like a tsunami”.

    ” In the past we celebrated all our celebrations with care. Be it Ganeshotsav or Dussehra. You all are complying with me. Even while celebrating Diwali, I requested you to not break crackers and you followed it. And because of this, the war against Covid remains in our control,” he stated.

    ” However I am a bit mad with you all. I had actually currently stated after Diwali there will be overcrowding. Do not think Covid is over. I have seen lots of individuals not using masks. Do not be so negligent. Be in western countries, Delhi or Ahmedabad. This second and 3rd wave is strong like a tsunami. Ahmedabad has even implemented night curfews,” Mr Thaceray said.

    ” Covid is not dying due to the fact that of overcrowding. In truth is going to grow. The vaccine is still not out and we do not understand when it will come out. Even if it comes out in December, then when will it come to Maharashtra? Maharashtra has 12 crore individuals. And it requires to be given twice. So we will need vaccine for 25 crore people. So please take care of yourself. It will require time,” he said.

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    ” If we do not have enough beds, our healthcare workers get infected, then no one can conserve us. This is not the case right now however we still have to be really careful. We have actually still not been able to open schools. We are at a cusp. I don’t wish to go to any lockdown once again,” the Chief Minister stated.

    ” Hence when again I wish to tell you, don’t overcrowd, wear a mask, wash hands, and keep range. This alone will keep us safe. I have now opened all locations of praise. But please do not overcrowd these places,” he included.

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