Stricter curbs might be imposed to test surge in COVID-19 circumstances: Thackeray


Mumbai, April 2

Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray on Friday said the state may face a shortage of healthcare infrastructure soon if the present “alarming situation” on coronavirus cases continued.

Addressing people of the state on social media, Thackeray also said stricter curbs will be imposed in one or two days to check the surge in COVID-19 cases.

“Till now, we have administered 65 lakh COVID-19 vaccine doses, including three lakh vaccine doses yesterday,” he said.

“Some people are getting infected even after vaccination because they stop wearing masks,” Thackeray said.

“I cannot rule out imposing a lockdown if the current situation prevails,” he said. People have become complacent, he added. PTI

 



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