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Uddhav Thackeray said, ‘People will have to learn to live with Covid19’

Due to the upgrading cases in Maharashtra, chief minister Uddhav Thackeray on Sunday said people will have to cope with their lives with the virus surrounding them.

“…The corona crisis began in March-April. Now suddenly the number of these patients increased. I have already given you an idea about this. The virus multiplies. There is no limit to this multiplication,” said Thackeray.

With the total number of cases by the rate of 47,000, 33,786 active patients and 13,000 people are corona-free. 3.5 lakh covid-19 tests have been done in the state. Death pole at 1,577.

“It is true that corona patients are suffering, but the crisis has come when no one is alert. At present, 7,000 beds will be available, and by the end of May, 13,000 to 14,000 beds will be available in the state,” said Thackeray. “More and more patients need oxygen, it was realized that more such facilities are required in the hospital. There is a need for blood donation again in the state now for getting adequate blood supply for the next 8-10 days, willing blood donors should come forward.”

According to him, many rural areas really did their part well in avoiding coronavirus. Those include Marathwada, Vidarbha, North Maharashtra, and Konkan.

“They ask why the benefits of the package announced by the Centre was not given. The package was worth lakhs of crores, but did it come to hand? It is important to create health facilities, food grains and treatment is more important than packages, help for all classes,” said Thackeray.

“In the next 15 days, the picture will be clearer in the country, because migration has taken place on a large scale, I said in a video conferencing with Sonia Gandhi, 50,000 industries have been started, 6 lakh workers have been recruited.

We are trying to give seeds to the farmers in the state, buying 75 to 80% cotton. But don’t do politics– even if you start, we will not do it, Maharashtra’s responsibility and trust are in us, our cabinet will not let it go,” said Thackeray.

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