The state is at increased risk of corona virus. (Coronavirus in Maharashtra) Lockdown has been decided as a last resort to break the chain of coronavirus.
Pune: The risk of corona virus has increased in the state. (Coronavirus in Maharashtra) Lockdown has been decided as a last resort to break the chain of coronavirus. Decided to extend the lockdown until May 15th. Lockdown is used as a last resort to break the chain. Meanwhile, a third wave is expected in July and August. We are taking care of that. We are preparing. However, vaccination has been hampered by a shortage of vaccines. Criticizing the central government for taking over the vaccine, Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar said, “Considering the production of vaccines, we are considering whether we can import vaccines from abroad.”
Today is Maharashtra and Labor Day. Happy Maharashtra Day to all. Despite being a diamond jubilee year, we could not celebrate because of Corona, lamented Ajit Pawar. Initially, the vaccine was not needed in another country. Therefore, I have a clear opinion that we would not have felt the lack of vaccines, said Ajit Pawar at this time. It was decided to start vaccinating citizens between the ages of 18 and 44, he explained.
5 crore 71 lakh, which is 6 crore was a normal number. We planned to pay a lump sum for this. The Center has taken full authority to administer the vaccine. Attempts are being made at Bharat Biotech, only 3 lakh doses of vaccine have been received so far. Pune will get Rs 20,000. Online registration is difficult in remote areas. -You have to plan where the vaccine will be given to the youth and seniors. Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray has given instructions to everyone through VC. He had to comply, he said.
The Kumbh Mela and the general elections have led to an increase in the number of corona deaths in other states as well. Meanwhile, we are taking care that the supply of oxygen or remedivir in the state will not be reduced. Decided to extend the lockdown until May 15, the lockdown as a last resort to break the chain. If the number of discharges exceeds the number of tests, there will be no shortage of beds. “We are preparing for the possibility of a third wave in July-August,” he said.
Considering the production of vaccines, we are considering whether we can import oil vaccines from abroad. From this experience, the Government of India and the governments of different states also learned. Due to low supply of vaccines, 3 lakh vaccines were received for the age group of 18 to 44 years, out of which Pune district got only 20 thousand and Mumbai has more than us. Ajit Pawar said that the situation has improved since the district collector took charge of Remdesivir.