Masks mandatory in Maharashtra for next 6 months, says CM Uddhav Thackeray

Masks mandatory in Maharashtra for next 6 months, says CM Uddhav Thackeray

The coronavirus situation in the state is under control, through not completely, he said.

Wearing of masks will be made mandatory for the next six months in Maharashtra, Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray said on Sunday (December 20, 2020).

"Prevention is better than cure. Wearing of mask at public places should be made a habit for another six months at least," Thackeray said.

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Addressing people of the state on social media, Thackeray said experts are in favour of imposing night curfew or another lockdown, but he is not in favour of these steps.

The coronavirus situation in the state is under control, through not completely, he said.

Further, Uddhav Thackeray said he is not in favour of night curfew or another lockdown in Maharashtra. He claimed that the spread of coronavirus is under control, though not completely.

The COVID-19 situation in Maharashtra has improved remarkably in the past few months. In November, the government issued a circular asking authorities not to be complacent by the improvement and not lower the guards on testing as a second wave of the pandemic in the state is likely to come in January-February.

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