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Mumbai : Mumbai Shivsena Corporator Snehal Ambekar shared her work experience amid lockdown with ‘ Hello Mumbai News ‘

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Mumbai : Mumbai Shivsena Corporator Snehal Ambekar shared her work experience amid lockdown with ‘ Hello Mumbai News ‘
File picture of Snehal Ambekar shivsena Corporator ward no 198.
File picture of Snehal Ambekar shivsena Corporator ward no 198.

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Mumbai: Ward No. 198 Shiv Sena Corporator Snehal Ambekar Shares The Reason Behind Reduced Patients In Her Ward.
News input by: Jui Jadhav.

Mumbai: COVID-19 is a deadly virus. Everything around the world has come to a stand-still position due to this COVID-19. A big pandemic is resulting in a disaster for human race on earth. The situation now is running out of control.

Regarding this circumstances Hello Mumbai News Team Interacted with Shiv Sena Corporator, Snehal Ambekar Ward No. 198. Along with her co-workers Snehal Ambekar sanitizes the area regularly, conducts medical camps for the localities and a special van to check the temperature of people. Even the families of positive patients are taken care, they are provided with proper food and all the necessities. Along with this pandemic issue, she also cares for the rain issues in her ward, thus work for avoiding water blockage she has taken major steps. Visiting everywhere personally she checks whether every citizen is taking care.

She also shared  her work experience during lockdown,  ” there are many physical challenges as every official is working on field without any break. Even though they are working 24/7 on field social distancing rules are followed and necessary care is also taken. Ration offices are continuously checked and made sure that there is no shortage of food grains as food is to be provided to everyone. Almost 20,000 families are provided free food from personal expense.”

She shares her reason behind reducing patients in her ward. She quoted, “There are almost 132 chawls under my area, when the numbers started increasing, people where kept under home quarantine, but the ladies use to come out even when their family member had a positive patient. They used to come out and have a great time with others. Later we divided these people and they were quarantined in different buildings, schools and hotels. Thus people got separated and were forced to stay inside. Thus, the number of patients reduced.”

While praising the government she said that, “The officials are working properly but due to over-population it is also difficult for them to control the people, as people also do not follow the rules.” Now we are in the phase of unlock 1, people should follow the rules and she expects that after a week if the situation is not normal, then again we will be under lockdown state.

Snehal Ambekar had expected the migrants would have stayed wherever they were rather than running home. They were provided with every necessity needed, so that they could not face any problem. They should have showed some patience and stayed home. For the betterment of people internal travel has stopped as positive cases in rural areas are increasing. She also shared that people have taken this lockdown in a positive way as they have explored their hobbies and started interacting more with their families and spending more time with them.

She expects from the people to stay home and stay safe. In case any emergence people should take precautions and help the ones working on field.

Edited By,
Ashmita Chhabria.

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