Corona spread over Asia's largest slum area Dharavi
Corona spread over Asia's largest slum area Dharavi

Mumbai: Coronavirus infection continues to increase in Dharavi, Mumbai, Asia's largest slum. With the arrival of 5 new cases on Friday, the number of corona infected patients has increased to 22. The special thing is that 2 out of the new 5 cases returned from Markaz's program in Delhi. Giving information in this regard, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) said that 5 new cases of coronavirus have been reported in Dharavi.

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He told that 2 out of these 5 patients are such, who returned after attending the Tabligi Jamaak program organized in Nizamuddin Markaz, Delhi. BMC said that these people were already quarantined in the Rajiv Gandhi Sports Complex. Now he has been admitted to a hospital. According to BMC officials, one of the two deposits belongs to the doctor Baliga Nagar of Dharavi, while the other belongs to the PMGP colony. Two women are also involved in the newly revealed five cases.

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One of these women is 29 years old, who is the wife of a doctor already infected in Vaibhav Nagar, while the other woman is 31 years old, who is resident of Kalyanwadi area. Millions of people live in Asia's largest slum area Dharavi. In the densely populated Dharavi area of thousands of slums, the total figure has reached 22 with 5 new cases, two of which have died.

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