Against the backdrop of rising COVID-19 cases in Pune, mayor Murldihar Mohol held a review meeting today.
Maharashtra deputy CM ajit Pawar on Tuesday informed that no physical sessions will be held for students of classes 1st to 8th amid rising COVID-19 cases.
After the meet, he took to Twitter to tell residents to not worry but to be careful.
"Although the number of new COVID-19 cases are increasing, the majority of patients are asymptomatic and have mild symptoms. Considering the possibility of a third wave, our healthcare system is well equipped and Pune residents should take care of themselves and their families without any worries," he noted.
He also informed about the preparedness of the civic body to deal with the probable third wave.
"Squads will be further activated to take action against those who do not follow the rules. These squads will be ready to take action against the violators," he added.
चिंता नको, काळजी घ्या !— Murlidhar Mohol (@mohol_murlidhar) January 4, 2022
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