When will the restrictions be relaxed? Health Minister Rajesh Tope gave this big statement

Mumbai: In view of the rapid increase in the cases of corona infection, Maharashtra Health Minister Rajesh Tope says that the restrictions will be continued in Maharashtra at least till mid-February. The Health Departmenat says that looking at the current situation, it is being estimated that in the last week of January and the first week of February, the number of patients in hospitals is expected to increase.

The same Health Minister Tope says that the way the cases of corona are increasing in small cities, the only solution is to stop the spread of corona in view of them. At the same time, experts say that the right way to control the infection is prevention and vaccine. The minister said that there has been a decrease in cases in the last two days, but it cannot be taken to mean that the curve of corona is straightening, there are still 46000 active cases. So it is too early to say anything. At the same time, the Health Minister said that he has demanded 50 lakh Covishield and 40 lakh Covaxin doses from the Center.

Along with this, the Health Minister said in his statement that now strictness will have to be taken to get the vaccine, it is not at all true that people expect exemption for ration, but when the government talks about getting vaccines, then step back. take. It is true that we cannot make vaccination mandatory, but at the district level we will ensure that people come forward to vaccinate. According to the news received from the CM office, there is also an increase in the demand for oxygen, currently there is a demand of 400 metric tonnes, but if this demand rises to 700 metric tonnes, then restrictions can be further tightened.

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