The number of Karona’s victims in Maharashtra has risen steadily over the past few days. However, will the new restrictions be re-imposed? Discussions have begun quietly in this regard. In this regard, Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar has made an important comment at today’s press conference in Mumbai. When asked if a decision would be made to reinstate masks in the state, Ajit Pawar answered the question in his own language. While there is much talk of going back to masking in the state in the context of the increase in Corona patients, the Deputy Chief Minister has said what the government’s policy will be in this regard.
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At the press conference, reporters questioned the growing number of coroners in the state. In response to this, Ajit Pawar reported that talks were held with the Chief Minister. When asked about this once again, Ajit Pawar said exactly what was happening at the cabinet meeting. “Dr. Vyas gives us all the information in the cabinet meeting. They tell us what is happening in the world, what is happening in the country, what is happening in the states, what is happening in different cities of the state. From all this information, you can see that the number of corona positive people is increasing. But there are very few people with ventilator and oxygen bed,” said Ajit Pawar.
Speaking further, “The booster dose should be taken after consulting a doctor. Many who have not taken a second dose should take one. Those who take both doses should take the third dose on the recommendation of a doctor,” said Ajit Pawar. Similarly, “We have our eye on it. Whenever we feel that the use of masks should be mandatory, we will immediately make masks mandatory,” said Ajit Pawar. He then commented on various topics in Hindi. Before the end of the press conference, Ajit Pawar was asked again by a Marathi journalist about the mandatory use of face masks.
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Is the mask being considered for binding? When asked, Ajit Pawar said, “We have to think. If he has corona, who will ask us questions,” all the journalists started laughing. Speaking further, Ajit Pawar said, “Everyone should take care of their health. Now you see, some political leaders were not wearing masks, they were given corona for the second time,” he said. Ajit Pawar’s statement was addressed to Raj Thackeray.