Mumbai | The state government had appointed a committee to control the prices of masks and sanitizers. The committee reported the matter to the state government. Accordingly, the N-95 mask will be available at around Rs 19 to Rs 50 depending on its type, said Health Minister Rajesh Tope.
The process of deciding on the price fixed by the committee is in the final stage. After the government approves these prices, it will be mandatory to sell masks at the revised rates, said Rajesh Tope.
Meanwhile, double and triple position masks will be available for just Rs three to four, said Rajesh Tope.
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