Schools reopening after Diwali: Uddhav urges to follow guidelines
CM Uddhav Thackeray said that schools will be reopened in the state after Diwali. He said, "We are taking all precautionary steps and considering reopening the schools after Diwali.
Mumbai: Maharashtra Chief Minister has appealed people not to burn firecrackers to celebrate Diwali during the Corona pandemic. Let us know that on the coming Saturday 14 November, there is a festival of Diwali in the whole country. Many people will burn firecrackers on this occasion.
In this Diwali, Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray has appealed to the people not to burn firecrackers, saying that this will affect covid-19 patients, they may be harmed.
Don't use crackers forcovid-19 patients' health
Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray said, "People should avoid firecrackers, because the pollution caused by it can worsen the condition of covid-19 patients." Pollution can increase the effect of corona. I appeal to the people not to light firecrackers but to light earthen lamps.
Maintain social distancing: Uddhav
15 days after Diwali will be important. We must be vigilant so that the need for lockdown does not arise again. A Covid-19 patient walking without a mask in the crowd can infect about 400 people. '
CM Uddhav Thackeray said that schools will be reopened in the state after Diwali. He said, 'We are taking all precautionary measures and considering reopening the schools after Diwali. Religious sites will also be allowed to open. We are in talks with the Center to re-start Mumbai's local services to the general public. It will be decided soon. '