New patients will be admitted to these three big covid care centres: BMC

Mumbai: The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation has stopped admission of new patients at three major Covid-19 care centres in the city. In fact, they have been stopped due to repair work before the monsoon and they are going to remain so till June 1. The BMC has informed about this today. Dr Rajesh Dera, dean of the Covid-19 Centre, says, "Most of the patients undergoing treatment at these centres were sent to other hospitals before cyclone Taute. The centre is located at Bandra-Kurla Complex, Dahisar and Mulund. '

At the same time, he said, "Admission of new patients in these three Covid-19 centres has been stopped till June 1. The temporary structure has been in the works for the last one year and repair work is to be carried out here in view of the monsoon season and other necessary works". Let us tell you that six centres of Covid-19 are operating in Byculla, Worli, BKC, Goregaon, Dahisar and Mulund in Mumbai. Meanwhile, city authorities have started preparations to deal with the third wave of epidemic and plans to set up some new large Covid-19 centres in the city, a BMC official said.

Now, if we talk about corona cases, these cases are now coming down rapidly. Last Sunday, 1,431 new covid-19 cases were reported in Mumbai and 49 people died. At the same time, the total number of infected persons increased to 6,97,810 and the death toll reached 14,623.

SputnikV vaccine: Panacea Biotec starts producing Russia's SputnikV vaccine

Odisha: 7 lakh corona case reported, 2,500 patients killed so far

Kerala High Court asks Centre as to Why not provide vaccines for free?

- Sponsored Advert -

Most Popular

- Sponsored Advert -