If the country and the world are slowly recovering from the corona epidemic, on the other hand, the situation is not right when it comes to Maharashtra. BMC Additional Municipal Commissioner Suresh Kakani said that in this case, the increasing number of Kovid-19 cases will be reviewed in Mumbai. If things escalate and people ignore the Kovid-19 rules, BMC will not hesitate to make tough decisions in the next 10 days.
From February 6 to February 12, Maharashtra reported 20,590 cases of coronavirus out of which 20,200 were cured while 169 died. The state’s weekly Covid-19 cases are at 2,941, a sharp rise from the number of cases daily since Wednesday (Feb. 10). The total case load is close to 2.1 million and the recovery is 1,972,475. The effect of the rising graph is visible after the lockdown is completed in the state. Moreover, schools in the state are slowly reopening.
BMC to check the increase # COVID-19 Cases in Mumbai. If cases continue to rise and people ignore the COVID rules and regulations, BMC will not hesitate to take strong action in the next 10 days: Suresh Kakani, Additional Municipal Commissioner, BMC #Mumbai
– ANI (@ANI) February 17, 2021
Here, India is also helping by sending vaccines to neighboring countries to fight corona. It is considered the vaccine diplomacy of India. The first transmission of the vaccine sent from India to Afghanistan came on Sunday. 500,000 doses of AstraZeneca’s corona vaccine have been shipped from India to Afghanistan. Let us tell you that emergency use of this vaccine is still awaiting approval.
Ghulam Dastagir Nazri, head of the vaccination program at the Ministry of Health, said the amount will be stored in Kabul until emergency use is approved. That being said, it is possible to get approved for emergency use within a week.