Uddhav’s ‘Last’ Warning as Mumbai Sees Maximum Solitary-day Spike

As Mumbai recorded its best single-day spike of 2021 with 1,709 Covid-19 scenarios, Maharashtra chief minister Uddhav Thackeray on Saturday issued a ‘threatening appeal’ to the citizens. Although providing lockdown warning, he said that he doesn’t want to shut down inns and malls.

In a assessment assembly that the CM held with restaurant owners, the main minister said institutions will need to observe norms like mask and social distancing.

Brihanmumbai Municipal Company (BMC) far too attained out to Mumbaikars to choose take note of the increasing graph of Covid-19 scenarios and enable in avoiding the spread of the virus. “It is in our arms to make a decision which way the graph goes. Let us not allow the virus to get much better of Mumbai. We can not do this without the need of you, Mumbai,” the BMC said.

Thackeray had on February 21 also warned of a “stricter lockdown” aside from the now-imposed limits if Covid-19 guidelines are flouted. Providing slogan of “wear masks, say no to lockdown”, the CM stated that pretty much 7,000 daily instances are worrying and it would be obvious in a fortnight if Maharashtra is witnessing a next wave.

Mumbai mayor also explained that if citizens continued to overlook Covid prevention norms and situations saved rising, then lockdown in the metropolis may be imposed. Limitations have already been imposed in many districts of Maharashtra like Nagpur, Thane, Pune and Amravati.