“It is important that citizens wear a mask, maintain social distance and use sanitizers,” she said.
Pednekar said that in Mumbai the rising Covid-19 cases is a matter of concern and the chief minister Uddhav Thackeray, deputy chief minister Ajit Pawar and health minister Rajesh Tope are already reviewing the situation.
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“The number of patients is increasing. While trains have started, several other activities have begun as well with people being given instructions to wear a mask, maintain social distance and use sanitizers. However, it is observed that people are still not following the same. Schools were to open in the coming days but we are rethinking about the same. We can head towards a lockdown and it is in the hands of citizens itself to avoid it,” she said, adding that citizens coperated in the past in the government’s My Family-My Responsibility’ campaign and she was hopeful the same coperation would continue.