Double Masks, 2-Dose Vax Must To Avoid Omicron: CM
The Times of India Mumbai|November 29, 2021
“Kuch nahin hota yaar” will not work at all, chief minister Uddhav Thackeray has said, warning citizens to follow all Covid-related restrictions if a lockdown is to be avoided.
Clara Lewis & Sumitra Deb Roy

Mumbai:

“There is a rise in risky behavior as citizens are no longer cautious. Kuch Nahin Hota Yaar. This attitude could lead us to a serious predicament. Wearing a mask, maintaining social distancing are a must. It is important to ensure everyone is vaccinated with two doses, said Thackeray

The chief minister, on the second anniversary of the Maha Vikas Aghadi government, chaired an online Covid review meeting on the new variant Omicron with divisional commissioners, district collectors, police commissioners, and CEOs. Members of the state task force also attended the meeting.

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