The Rajasthan government will be compelled to enforce stricter measures in the state if people do not follow Covid-19 safety norms, Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot has said.
Gehlot has said in the light of the rising cases of the Covid-19 infection in the state that he has termed as a “matter of great concern”. He pointed out that the new wave of the Corona cases is characterized by a deadlier mutant strain of the virus and that the danger of the Covid-19 infection is also visible in the villages.
Chief Minister Gehlot has advised people to follow Covid protocols, including wearing masks, maintaining a two-yard distance among two individuals. Gehlot also sought the cooperation of all sections of the society, including public representatives, social workers, and religious leaders, in fighting the virus.