Mumbai: Maharashtra continues to be the worst-hit coronavirus state in the country and Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray today said that “80 per cent patients of coronavirus were asymptomatic”.
The decision to extend lockdown will be taken by the end of this month, he said.
“We will take a call on what to do after the 30th,” Thackeray said.
For now, he said, “We are restarting some things. I am going to study (the plan) it this evening. We have to see how we return to normalcy slowly”.
At the same time, he asked the people to have patience, saying without lockdown, there is “no other choice” at the moment.
Maharashtra currently has 7,628 cases, more than a quarter of over 26,000 cases in the country.