Headlines: Don’t Want To Impose Law, People Should Take Precautions, Says Uddhav Thackeray

The crowd out on roads during Diwali perhaps thought that presence of large number of people could kill the coronavirus, said Maharashtra deputy chief minister Ajit Pawar while hitting out at those who flouting Covid-19 rules during the festive season that has led to surge in infections. He further said that the government will review the situation for the next eight to 10 days and will then take a decision on lockdown.
Chief minister Uddhav Thackeray too expressed displeasure over residents not taking precautions, warning that a second wave of virus would “almost be like tsunami”. “We will need 25 crore doses of vaccine whenever it comes,” he said, adding that till then only three solutions are available i.e. masks, social distancing and hand hygiene.
Thackeray, however, said that he doesn’t believe in bringing about laws and want people to take responsibility. “I am being advised to impose night curfew. But I don’t believe in bringing about laws. People should themselves take precautions,” he said.
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