Fear of a new wave of corona, mayor awakened by train ride

The administration is cautious about the increasing number of corona cases in Mumbai. City Mayor Kishori Pednekar explained to the public on Wednesday that they need to travel on a local train and wear a mask to make people aware. Kishori Pednekar traveled to Terrapati Shivaji Terminal in horror and explained to the people. Meanwhile, Kishori Pednekar commented on the possibility of locking down, “Since the introduction of rail services, corona cases have increased not only in Mumbai but in the entire state.

In the meantime, Mumbai’s Railways and BMC have taken action against those who don’t wear masks. From February 1 to February 14, 4,618 people traveling by rail were fined for not wearing a mask. Of those who were fined, 2,558 took action during the train journey, a Western Railway spokesman said. 3,28,500 through Fine The decision on whether or not to restore Mumbai’s lockout is entirely up to the citizens, city mayor Aditi Pednekar said on Tuesday.

Aditi Pednekar said there was serious neglect from the people. People are avoiding applying masks and not even following social distance. Local trains have started in the city from February 1. Since then, corona cases have also increased.

In such a situation, it is believed that this situation is caused by a growing number of coronal cases. Not only this, Maharashtra CM Uddhav Thackeray has expressed concern over the increasing corona cases, saying sanctions should be tightened if the situation does not improve.