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Maharashtra lockdown: Uddhav Thackeray says curbs will continue after June 30

Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray on Sunday stated the lockdown curbs within the state will proceed beyond June 30.

Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray on Sunday stated the lockdown curbs within the state will proceed beyond June 30.

In a televised tackle, Thackeray dominated out easing the restrictions, including the state nonetheless faces coronavirus menace.

“Will lockdown be lifted after June 30? The clear answer is no,” Thackeray tweeted later.

The unlock course of, dubbed Mission Begin Again by the state authorities, is being progressively applied to place the economic system again on monitor, Thackeray stated in his tackle.

Thackeray stated there might be some restrictions within the state after June 30 however extra relaxations might be supplied

“The state has now started the unlock process under the Mission Begin Again. There will be some restrictions even after June 30, but eventually more and more relaxations will be offered to the people,” he stated.

“The relaxations might be supplied on case to case basis. For example, passenger transportation will proceed to
have some restrictions however some native companies might be resumed or allowed to operate, stated a senior official from the CM’s workplace.

Thackeray emphasised on sustaining stringent self-discipline as COVID-19 cases are nonetheless being reported in giant

“Even if I am not using the term lockdown, do not misunderstand and lower your guard. In fact, we need to show more stringent discipline,” he stated.

The disaster is not but over, the chief minister stated.

“We can’t leave this war halfway in this final phase. I am sure that you will continue to cooperate with the government to ensure that lockdown is not reimposed,” he stated.

“Mission Begin Again may result in more (coronavirus) cases, but the number of tests have also increased,” Thackeray stated.

“We are focusing on restarting education as this is more important than reopening schools,” he stated.

Monsoon has began and we’ve already began conferences to deal with points associated to heavy rains and ailments, Thackeray stated. Rainy days could lead to ailments and we’ve to take precautions by maintaining our environment clear and be sure that stagnant water is just not gathering wherever,” he added.

He additionally requested senior non-public physicians to renew their apply to share burden of state well being equipment.

“There is not any scarcity of PPE kits and N95 masks. Please attain out to the government if there may be any scarcity in medical provides. Maharashtra wants your expertise proper now, he stated.

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