Mumbai: BMC starts disinfecting drive to contain spread of Coronavirus, Details here
Mumbaí: BMC have commenced the disinfecting drive by disinfecting public places, hospital premises, public toilets, gardens, restaurants, roadside dhabas etc by spraying solution of sodium hypochlorite with the help of the Fire Brigade amid the outbreak of Coronavirus. Disinfecting in hospital premises are carried out on priority basis that includes the crucial Kasturba Hospital and the SevenHills Hospital.
This disinfection drive is being undertaken considering the large number of people who frequent such places.
Even public locations that see crowds will be disinfected.
Reportedly, over the next few days, the fire brigade too will be using the same process to disinfect areas that are still seeing footfall, such as municipal markets and offices. A plan is being drawn up to do so.
The G North ward office staff also disinfected toilets in Dharavi where people do not have individual toilets and therefore rely on public toilets.
Interestingly, many public representatives like Shiv Sena’s Abhishek Ghosalkar, Bharatiya Janata Party MLA Ameet Satam and Sena corporator Amey Ghole have undertaken disinfection of housing societies in their wards.
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News Input by K.V.Raman