Bad News! Corona patients increasing rapidly in these 2 states, lockdown can happen again ?

Corona cases are increasing very fast in Delhi and Maharashtra and with this the restrictions have also started. It is feared that in the next few weeks, the figure of new corona patients may reach 1 million and the third wave will peak in the first week of February.
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Bad News! Corona patients increasing rapidly in these 2 states,lockdown can happen again ?

Corona cases are increasing very fast in Delhi and Maharashtra and with this the restrictions have also started. It is feared that in the next few weeks, the figure of new corona patients may reach 1 million and the third wave will peak in the first week of February. In such a situation, it is being told that once again lockdown can be imposed. While night curfew has been imposed in Maharashtra, weekly curfew has also been imposed in Delhi after many restrictions. However, it is being monitored now and the lockdown has not been announced. Maharashtra Health Minister Rajesh Tope has said that the decision on this will be taken by CM Uddhav Thackeray.

At the same time, Delhi Health Minister Satyendar Jain says that being the capital of India, Delhi has imposed restrictions first, it does not seem that there is a need for lockdown right now. CM Arvind Kejriwal has also said the same thing that Corona is increasing rapidly in Delhi, but people need not panic right now.

Let us tell you that Maharashtra and Delhi are two such states of the country where corona cases have increased rapidly. Apart from these, Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat, Rajasthan, Haryana, Kerala, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu are in the list of states where the crisis is increasing rapidly. There is only one question in the minds of the people in these states whether there will be a lockdown once again? Will they have to be imprisoned in homes again? At the same time, in view of the increasing corona cases, the Uttarakhand government has imposed new restrictions and said that all political rallies and protests in the state will be banned till January 16. All schools and Anganwadi centers in the state will also remain closed till January 16.