Mumbai: The third wave of Corona has started showing effect in Mumbai. Wherever the investigation is being done, after the investigation, patients are being found in bulk there. During the last 24 hours, hundreds of patients have been found in Mumbai Metro, Police and Arthur Road Jail in the investigation. This shows how fast the infection of Corona is catching Mumbaikars.
Due to the increasing infection of Corona, strict restrictions have been imposed in Mumbai, in which the presence of 50 percent employees has been made mandatory in private offices including government offices. Even after that 100% attendance is being recorded in all the offices.
Crowd of passengers in local and metro
After the ban, there should have been a reduction in the number of passengers in the local and metro congestion, but it is getting crowded in both the modes of transport. What is the mechanism made by BMC to see how much is the attendance in the offices. Even BMC officials are not aware of this.
Police, doctors are getting corona infected
On January 6, 350 employees were screened at the Mumbai Metro Rail Corporation office in which 68 senior officers and employees were found to be corona infected. Doctors, railway employees and police department employees are among those infected in the third wave of Mumbai Corona. During 24 hours 120 policemen of Mumbai Police have been found infected with Corona. So far 643 policemen of the police department have become positive, in which 13 are senior officers. In this, 101 have been admitted to the hospital. 450 have been kept in home quarantine. There are 57 policemen who have been infected after taking the second dose. Similarly, in the last 4 days, 1390 police personnel of Navi Mumbai have come positive.
Corona in Arthur Road Jail
Omicron infection has also started increasing in Mumbai. Even after taking security, Corona has also reached Arthur Road Jail. 27 prisoners of investigation were found infected with Corona. This has also raised questions about the safety of prisoners in the entire jail premises. Arthur Road Jail Superintendent Nitin Vaychal said that the infected prisoners have been kept in separate isolation at the BMC school in Byculla. Vaychal told that new prisoners coming from outside and prisoners kept in judicial custody are getting Corona positive.