Covid-19: Aditya Thackeray educates civic officials to apply Dharavi and Worli routine in Ulhasnagar | Thane News

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ULHASNAGAR: Maharashtra tourism ministry Aditya Thackeray on Saturday seen Ulhasnagar to take inventory of their Covid-19 scenario on the market. Ulhasnagar has been among the worst affected towns in Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR) with variety of patients attaining 5,766, such as 88 deaths up to now.
At a meeting organised at Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation (UMC) construction, Thackeray socialized with UMC commissioner Dr Raja Dayanidhi, mayor Leelabai Aashan along with other health department officials and educated them to execute Dharavi and Worli blueprint implemented in Mumbai town where BMC teams focused on reaching out to individuals to follow suspected instances, evaluation and isolate them.
Thackeray reported no mechanics of Covid response could be jeopardized throughout the country and they had been assuring that at MMR equally.
Throughout the meeting, officials from BMC who commanded Covid-19 instances in Dharavi and Worli region also shared their own experiences.
Leelabai Aashan, mayor of UMC stated,”Alongwith implementing Dharavi and Worli routine, Aditya Thackeray also taught us to create jumbo Covid-19 hospital centers in town and we gave him demonstration regarding our strategy to grow 400-mattress Covid hospital in Tabor Ashram”.
Rajesh Vadhrya, standing chairman of UMC urged Thackeray to create modifications in rules free of therapy of Covid-19 patients under Mahatma Jyotiba Phule Jan Arogya (MJPJAY) scheme.
Vadhrya stated current rules say that only individuals Covid-19 patients whose equilibrium level is under 80percent may avail advantages of MJPJAY scheme, whereas normally people whose equilibrium level goes under 80 percent become crucial. He required that patients with saturation below 90% also needs to be given advantages for which Thackeray stated he’d talk about the matter with main minister Uddhav Thackeray.
Civic officials demanded additional health employees for UMC to take care of Covid-19 and more ventilators for town.

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