NCP leader and Cabinet Minister Dr. Jitendra Awadh has appealed to the youth to come forward with voluntary and selfless spirit to donate blood.
NCP leader and cabinet minister Dr. Jitendra Awadh has appealed to the youth. Avadh tweeted from his official Twitter handle that there is a bloody shortage in Maharashtra. Blood banks have dried up and we only have blood left for the next 7-8 days. Time demands that people come and donate blood. He further said that I appeal to the youth (Jitendra Awhad Appeal Youth) to come forward voluntarily and selflessly and donate blood.
On the other hand, Corona is also breaking records in Maharashtra. In Maharashtra, Corona Cases in Maharashtra has once again shown its fierce form. With which all records of Corona in Mumbai (Corona in Mumbai) have been broken. On Thursday, 43,183 new cases have been reported in Maharashtra. At the same time, 8,646 new corona cases have been reported in Mumbai, which is the highest number of cases registered in a day since the onset of the epidemic.
There is an acute shortage of blood in #Maharashtra.Blood banks are running dry & we have blood only to suffice for next 7 to 8 days. It’s dire need of the hour for people to come forward & #donateblood
I appeal to the youth :- ‘voluntarily & selflessly’ #DonateBloodSaveLives
– Dr.Jitendra Awhad (@Awhadspeaks) April 1, 2021
All records broken in Mumbai
At the same time, 32,641 people got cured in the state on Thursday. After this, the total number of people recovering in the state has increased to 24,33,368. There are 3,66,533 active cases. The death toll from Corona in Maharashtra has crossed 54,898. Talking about the capital Mumbai, the situation here has become uncontrollable. In Mumbai, 8,646 corona cases have been reported on Thursday. Which is the highest in recorded cases till date. On March 28, the city recorded 6,923 cases, the highest ever recorded.
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