After Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray’s son Aditya, his wife Rashmi Thackeray has also been infected with Kovid-19. Officials gave this information on Tuesday. The Chief Minister and his wife took their first dose of Corona vaccine on 11 March at JJ Hospital in Mumbai. In the Kovid-19 investigation, she was found infected on Monday night. He is placed on isolation at the Chief Minister’s official residence ‘Varsha’. Tourism minister and Uddhav Thackeray’s son Aditya Thackeray had said two days ago that he was found infected during the investigation.
BMC officials said that all the people who came in contact with Aditya Thackeray were tested on their behalf on Sunday. In this, his mother Rashmi Thackeray is found positive. On March 11, CM Uddhav Thackeray, along with his wife and mother, went to the JJ Hospital to get the first vaccine for the corona vaccine. He took a dose of covaxine. Rashmi Thackeray has minor symptoms of corona. The BMC said that the security personnel and staff posted at the CM residence have also been tested corona, but all have been found to be negative. Let me tell you that the corona wave in Maharashtra is not taking the name of stoppage. More than 28,000 cases have been reported in the state once again on Tuesday. Some relief was felt when 24,000 cases were received on Monday, but concerns have increased once again.
132 deaths due to corona in one day in Maharashtra: 28,699 new cases have been found in the state on Tuesday. In this way, the number of active cases in the state has crossed 2.3 lakh. The death toll in Maharashtra stood at 132. This is the first time this year when so many people died in a single day in the state. In the 23 days of this month, there have been 1,435 deaths due to corona in Maharashtra so far. Earlier in February, 1,072 people died. Apart from Mumbai in Maharashtra, cities like Pune and Nagpur also remain cause for concern. Meanwhile, BMC has ordered Holi that the festival will not be celebrated in public places. Everyone should celebrate Holi in their homes.