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Jagdish Amin Anna, Congress Corporator ward no.82, Demands More oxygen and Ventilators in his ward

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Jagdish Amin Anna, Congress Corporator ward no.82, Demands More oxygen and Ventilators in his ward

In the midst of the surge in this pandemic crisis, Hello Mumbai News Correspondent Janvi S. Panjwani converses with Mr. Jagdish Amin Anna, Congress Corporator, Ward No.82 for the update of the existing situation of the pandemic in his ward.

Speaking to Janvi S. Panjwani, Correspondent, Hello Mumbai News over a phone Mr. Jagdish Amin Anna, Congress Corporator from ward no.82, while elaborating on the current situation in his Ward, mentioned that,”The active cases in my ward is less, the recovery rate is more, 56% people recovered and came back home”.

When asked what Mr.Jagdish Amin Anna demands from State Government he conveyed that,” I had demanded for Oxygen from the State Government”.

In additional to this he said,”There is shortage of oxygen ventilators at my ward, In today’s meeting we demanded Remdesivir vaccines”.

When asked about what measures Mr. Jagdish Amin Anna do to control Covid-19 in his ward he elaborated that, “In my ward people are very sharp and alert about the pandemic ,and in slums there are nk cases but we can see positive cases in buildings”.

He further stated that,”I am helping people by making bed’s available for the patients,and if someone needs any sought of help, I help them wholeheartedly”.

He further added,”last year in 2020 no one knew what exactly is Covid-19, there was nervousness in the minds of the people and this time they are not much afraid”.

Mr.Jagdish conveyed to all the people that, “We are requesting everyone to wear mask and maintain Social distancing, to wash hands regularly”.

According to his opinion,”The lockdown’s decision is right but it’s a request to the State Government that this is the Pure month of our Muslim brothers (Ramadan) ,so they should given some time in the evening to buy things for Iftari.

News Input by:- Janvi S.Panjwani

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