Few days after travelling in a local train to induce the residents to make use of face masks within the wake of rising COVID-19 circumstances within the metropolis Mumbai Mayor Kishori Pednekar has now hit the streets to create consciousness.
On Tuesday, February 23, Pednekar visited Dadar vegetable market and distributed masks amongst those that have been roaming with out carrying masks and created consciousness.
“Mumbai Police has joined hands with us. People are more scared of Police than marshals. Request all to wear masks, sanitize and maintain social distancing,” Pednekar stated.
Mumbai metropolis has seen an enormous spike in new circumstances after witnessing a slowdown final month.
Earlier, Pednekar had visited the Shivaji Park and reminded these with out masks to take all COVID-19 precautions once they step out.
BMC‘s GN Ward Assistant Commissioner Kiran Dighavkar, Corporator Priti Patankar additionally accompanied her.
On February 17, the Mayor additionally went to Santacruz in western suburbs, the place she together with a civic crew performed a raid on a resort the place a number of individuals who returned from Gulf international locations have been quarantined as a part of the COVID-19 protocols, the official stated.
On Monday, February 22, Mumbai reported 760 new coronavirus circumstances after reporting over 900 circumstances for 2 days in a row. According to the information, with 634 extra sufferers recovering from COVID-19, the variety of individuals discharged from hospitals crossed the 3-lakh mark and jumped to three,00,180. The variety of sufferers underneath remedy additionally rose to 7,397.
The civic physique has intensified motion in opposition to individuals discovered with out masks in public, and also will take motion in opposition to perform halls, gymnasiums, and different institutions that do not observe security norms. It has additionally doubled marshals and started sealing buildings with greater than 5 COVID-19 sufferers.
Moreover, on Saturday night time, February 20, three restaurants and clubs were raided in Bandra (West) and the shops have been fined for violations. In the shock raids on eating places and bars, BMC officers stated they discovered many of the employees members weren’t carrying masks.
The civic physique is taking over a number of steps to manage the rising virus infections. The BMC chief requested individuals to observe “COVID-appropriate” behaviour as Mumbaikars might face problems two weeks later if it’s not noticed.