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Mumbai: Mumbai NCP Corporator Dr.Saeeda Arif Khan from L-Ward, 168, Kurla, shares her views, challenges and difficulties amid lockdown crisis with Hello Mumbai News Correspondent Syed Nazia

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Mumbai: Mumbai NCP Corporator Dr.Saeeda Arif Khan from  L-Ward, 168, Kurla, shares her views, challenges and difficulties amid lockdown crisis with Hello Mumbai News Correspondent Syed Nazia
NCP Corporator Dr.Saeeda khan in conversation with BMC Official during lockdown.

Mumbai: Dr.Saeeda Arif Khan, BMC Corporator, L-Ward, 168,Kurla, shares her views, challenges and difficulties amid lockdown crisis with Hello Mumbai News reporter Syed Nazia, Excerpts.

Battling with Ray of Hope for relief from this Coronavirus pandemic.

Mumbai: With the continuous spread of Coronavirus and with massive deaths and people contracting the deadly epidemic Hello Mumbai News reporter Syed Nazia spoke to BMC Corporator, L-Ward 168, Kurla Dr. Saeeda Arif Khan, MD,DNB,DA (ANAESTHESIOLOGIST),MBBS,LLB of NCP Party on the struggle of dealing with the pandemic.

Dr. Saeeda Khan, a Super Woman of her own merits, shares about all the challenges, difficulties, issues, her suggestions, and views on the pandemic crisis.

Being a doctor herself, she feels forlorn at times for being unable to treat as many patients as she desired due to lack of facilities and equipment.

Dr. Sayeeda also shares her views on the report by WHO relating to the inappropriate ratio between the doctors and the patients which will be and which pose a huge problem in treating all the patients. She also added that many a times symptoms of COVID are not detected at the right time and that’s precisely is the reason why proper treatment can’t be availed. There is no proper investigation done according to her and the government should adopt nursing homes and mass screenings.

Inspite of the fact that we may have a rise in numbers of the COVID patients, however, atleast we would be able to do our best to even cure them. She further suggests that volunteers should be deployed in slums to check the temperature and symptoms so there could be a better treating of patients. She also feels that huge societies can self-volunteer and report to the hospitals. Her only suggestion is to make use of the nursing homes too, so that more patients could be treated and charges ti be borne by BMC. She also added that the government should invest more in health and education sectors for the benefit of the people. Her party has been trying their best to ensure the basic amenities of food like dal chawal ,tea etc is reached to every needy and poor.

News Edit by K.V.Raman

News Report by : Sayed Nazia , Hello Mumbai Correspondent 

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