Omicron threat: Booster dose will come soon: Ajit Pawar
Omicron threat: Booster dose will come soon: Ajit Pawar

Mumbai: The second wave of corona has been kept under control, but the third wave is likely to arrive soon. As a result, Maharashtra, including Mumbai and Pune, has imposed restrictions. You're probably aware that the new Corona Omicron variant (Omicron) has piqued the government's interest, and as a result, plans are being prepared to impose new restrictions in the state. Let me tell you that in the country and in the state, 21 people infected with 21 omicron variations have been detected so far. As a result, Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar (Ajit Pawar) has asked the Central government to make a decision on the anti-corona vaccination booster dose as soon as possible.

Meanwhile, he has called for stricter restrictions on international airports and flights. In fact, he has requested clarification from the federal government on its position in this matter. Ajit Pawar paid homage to Bharat Ratna and chatted with reporters at Chaityabhoomi in Dadar, Mumbai, on the occasion of Mahaparinirvan Diwas (Mahaparinirvan Diwas) of Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar, the architect of the Indian Constitution. "Those who had received both doses of the vaccination are also acquiring illness," he remarked at the time. So, what are the requirements for booster doses? Doses are readily available around the country. It is vital to make a choice at the national level in such a circumstance. Different experts have differing viewpoints. Is it necessary to administer a booster dose? The central government should provide a reaction.'

"Strict decisions should be taken by the Central Government on the infected persons who arrive from other States," he stated at the same time. It's important to investigate if the regulations are being followed to the letter. Rules and limits must be strengthened everywhere international airports exist. We urge that the government take a firm stance on this.'

He continued speaking, as shown in the video. 'For a few days, marriages took place in many political households. People had assembled in large numbers. It's worth noting that we've been watching five to six feet of social dispensing thus far. Lessons should be learned from the previous time the usage of masks was discontinued, which resulted in an upsurge in illness. "Now, in light of the new threat of omicron, tough choices must be adopted at the national level," he said. A major choice regarding immunisation of young children is required. The government and the World Health Organization (WHO) should explain their roles in this as soon as possible.'


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