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Rise in number of Covid-19 cases in Mumbai

Rise in number of Covid-19 cases in Mumbai

There is a rise in number of Covid-19 cases in Mumbai. The impact of Covid-19 is still prevalent as many cases are being recorded in many states in India. Recently, around 75 new Covid-19 cases were reported in Mumbai. This happened on Monday when a total of 603 tests were conducted all over the city. There has surely been a rise in the number of cases as there are 1079 active cases of the Coronavirus in Mumbai itself. The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) mentioned in one of its reports that there is a sustainable rise in number of Covid-19 cases in the city since 11 March 2023. However, most of the cases seem asymptomatic and they are curable at home with proper medication as well as sufficient amount of rest for the body to recover.

Methods of minimizing Covid-19

The maximum number of cases are mild and can be cured easily. However, they might affect the high-risk groups such as the elderly, people with comorbidities and even pregnant women. These groups might be prone to some infections and may need to be hospitalized. Methods to control the virus and minimize its effects include early diagnosis and proper treatment. These are certain tested parameters for reducing the transmission and spread of the coronavirus. BMC Executive health officer, Dr Mangala Gomare said, “Cases are rising, but most patients are asymptomatic and recovering at home. If a patient tests positive and is in home isolation, they are considered discharged after seven days.”

The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) has suggested and advised the residents of Mumbai to take precautions and stay indoors. The Corporation is also encouraging people to wear masks when outdoors. They advised people to check for the symptoms of Covid-19 and follow correct protocols for the Coronavirus in Maharashtra. For more such updates and important headlines, subscribe to STMN News. Gujrat Police arrests 8 people for illegally putting posters

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