In view of the seriousness of the danger, the Mumbai Municipal Corporation has taken up the fight against Corona and has issued new guidelines.
The corona in Mumbai is breaking into havoc. Tuesday’s figures have caused panic in the hearts. On Tuesday, 10 thousand 30 new corona cases came to light in Mumbai and 31 people died in a day. This is the largest record of a single day in the second wave of Corona. The entire family of Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray itself has also become corona infected. His wife Rashmi Thackeray and Aditya Thackeray were already corona infected, Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray is also a quarantine. Raj Thackeray first revealed this in his press conference on Tuesday morning. He said that he wanted to meet the Chief Minister yesterday (Monday), but Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray told that he is a quarantine.
On Tuesday, 7 thousand 19 people also recovered from Corona. At present, 77 thousand 495 cases are active in Mumbai. Of the 31 people who died, 19 were suffering from prolonged illness. There are 20 men and 11 women among the dead. Another worry is that the duration of the corona infection in Mumbai has doubled to 38 days. The rate of recovery (recovery rate) is 81 percent. From March 30 to April 5, the total Kovid growth rate in Mumbai has been 1.79 percent.
Mumbai Municipal Corporation released new guidelines
In view of the seriousness of the danger, the Mumbai Municipal Corporation has taken up the fight against Corona and has issued new guidelines. If 5 or more corona infected people are found in a building, then that building will be declared as micro content zone and in such buildings it will be the responsibility of the society concerned to follow the rules of corona. Society will have to pay penalty if rules are broken.
10 thousand rupees penalty on buildings that break the rules
In those societies where coronas will be found infected, micro-content zone boards will be installed on the BMC side in those societies. If the rules in the respective buildings are ignored or they are broken, then such buildings will have to pay a penalty of 10 thousand rupees. Repeatedly, the amount of penalty will be increased to 20 thousand rupees. Therefore, the responsibility of the societies of the buildings has increased. Members of the Working Committee of Societies have to be vigilant. Apart from this, each police staff will also be deployed in the societies which will be declared as micro-content zones.
All Chowpatis closed till 30 April
The BMC has decided to completely close the Chowpatis and the sea shore by 30 April. In private clinics and hospitals, antigen testing of patients without symptoms will not be done. The antigen test of the symptomatic patients will have to be reported to the administration as per ICMR guidelines. If symptoms are found, the patients will be admitted to the hospital immediately. If the beds are not empty, they will be entered in close centers through the ward war room.
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