Coronavirus Maharashtra Updates: Havoc in Mumbai! 1104 corona patients throughout the day; Read what the Additional Commissioner said about Lockdown … | Coronavirus-latest-news

Coronavirus Mumbai Updates: In the last 24 hours, 8998 new coronavirus patients have been admitted in the state and 60 patients have died due to coronavirus. The same number of new patients in Mumbai increased to 1104.

Mumbai, March 4: The number of coronavirus patients in Maharashtra including Mumbai (Coronavirus latest updates Maharashtra) has started multiplying again. Corona’s graph has been rising since the second week of February. On Thursday, a new coronavirus Mumbai lockdown news broke out in Mumbai. According to figures released by the Maharashtra Health Department on Thursday, 8,998 new corona patients have been admitted in the state in 24 hours and 60 patients have died due to corona. The same number of new patients in Mumbai increased to 1104.

In the last three weeks, the number of Kurna patients in Mumbai has increased. The number of corona patients, which has dropped to 300 per day, is now in the thousands. 1104 patients were found during the day on Thursday. Against this backdrop, the Facebook Live by Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray (CM uddhav Thackeray on corona lockdown) was shocking to many people. People were beginning to fear that they would have to face a lockdown once again. “I will look into the situation and decide on the lockdown after that,” said Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray. Since then, the number of corona patients has not changed much, on the contrary, the number of patients in Mumbai has increased. Therefore, all eyes were on what decision the Chief Minister would take.

But now Suresh Kakani, the head of the Mumbai Municipal Corporation’s health department and acting as the Additional Municipal Commissioner, has given important information. “I don’t think there will be a time for lockdown in Mumbai,” he said.

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The central government has given permission for vaccination to 29 private hospitals in Mumbai. Of these, corona vaccination will be started in 16 private hospitals. The municipal corporation has appealed to the citizens to register first and then go to the center and get vaccinated. This will avoid congestion and reduce inconvenience. There is a facility to register in the hospital. So register first.

Some private hospitals are offering free vaccinations. Where vaccination is being done for a fee, you have to register first and deposit the money in the account of the Central Government and show the receipt. To avoid confusion, the hospital has differentiated between free and paid vaccinations. Municipal Corporation will provide free vaccination to health workers in private hospitals.

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I have inspected Mumbai Kya M, R South, R Central, K West, H West wards, said Additional Commissioner Suresh Kakani.

In a coronary patient building in Mumbai

In Mumbai, 97-98 per cent patients are living in buildings. So only 2-3 per cent of the people live in densely populated areas. Right now, I don’t think it’s time for a lockdown. People coming from European countries, Gulf countries, South Africa and Brazil, even if their test is negative, will have to undergo 7 days of institutional quarantine and then 7 days of home quarantine, the additional commissioner said.

First published:March 4, 2021, 8:46 PM IST


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