In India, the lockdown is kind of ended. It's still there but most of the things are allowed but precautions. That doesn't mean coronavirus cases are decreasing in India.
Basically, I want to say that it's not over. We must still be alert, and follow rules and regulations and don't become careless by doing unnecessary things like roaming on roads, malls etc. unless very necessary.
Here's the sentence:
It's time to be defensive, not aggressive. I've used these words from Cricket, to relate it with cricket.
(In cricket, when you're defensive, there are less chances of you getting out, but when you're aggressive, there are more chances that you might get out)
So does it convey the mentioned thing?