'Ensure Lockdown Is Not Re-Imposed': Maharashtra Chief Minister's Appeal

“Deal with senior residents and kids and depart residence provided that needed”: Uddhav Thackeray

Mumbai:

Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray on Sunday stated that regardless of its progress in tackling COVID-19, the disaster just isn’t over but and urged the individuals of the state to comply with guidelines and make sure the lockdown just isn’t re-imposed.

“Within the final 15 days we have now cautiously and steadily began reopening outlets and workplaces, we have now began native [train] companies for important workers in Mumbai and small outlets and companies in rural components of the state, however the pandemic nonetheless looms over our heads. Simply because we’re slowly beginning the economic system does not imply the hazard is averted. I request you to please step out solely when you’ve got needed work,” Mr Thackeray stated.

“Even when I’m not utilizing the time period lockdown, don’t misunderstand and decrease your guard. In truth, we have to present extra stringent self-discipline,” he added.

“We can not depart this struggle midway on this last part. The disaster just isn’t over but. I’m positive that you’ll proceed to co-operate with the federal government to make sure that the lockdown just isn’t re-imposed,” he stated.

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