Mumbai recorded 15,014 Covid-19 cases on Wednesday, the most noteworthy single-day flood saw since the beginning of the pandemic in March 2020. The every day energy rate, as well, shot up to 25%. As the spread proceeds, authorities at the general wellbeing office anticipates that the city should record a further day by day flood in cases over the course of the following fourteen days, which might even prompt expansion in hospitalization.
With the appearance of the Omicron variation, which is more contagious than its archetype Delta, the dynamic Covid-19 cases have flooded north of 30 times in a month–from 1,922 cases recorded on December 1, 2021 to 61,923 on Wednesday. As per the information given by Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC), out of the 15,166 new cases recorded on Wednesday in Mumbai, 13,195 are asymptomatic (87%) though 1,218 patients have been conceded in medical clinics.
In the mean time, all occupants of fixed structures should go through mandatory fast antigen test (RAT) for discovery of Covid-19 in K-west ward, including the western suburb of Andheri (west), in a first such choice by the metro body in the city. Severe move will be made against the occupants who won’t go through the test, peruses a letter gave by the ward office on Tuesday.
Additionally, Mumbai on Wednesday got a significant achievement of managing north of 1 crore first portion of Covid antibodies to qualified residents almost a year after the cross country immunization program was sent off, the city metro body said. As indicated by a Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) discharge, considering both first and second portion, over 1.81 crore antibody shots have been regulated to individuals in Mumbai since the inoculation drive was sent off on January 16, 2021.
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