The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) has lately directed its ward officials to deploy staff at railway stations in Mumbai. (image: ANI)
Maharashtra state government requires a different step to avoid COVID-19 from spreading! If you are preparing to travel to Mumbai then it is advised to get COVID-19 test carried out beforehand. In order to verify COVID-19 damaging documentation of Indian Railways’ passengers arriving from Delhi, Rajasthan, Gujarat and Goa, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) has lately directed its ward officials to deploy staff at railway stations in Mumbai. According to a PTI report, a normal operating process (SOP) has been issued by the Maharashtra government on Monday, creating an RT-PCR damaging report compulsory for all domestic air travellers as effectively as road and railway passengers arriving in the metropolis from these 4 states.
The circular issued by BMC also asked ward officials to conduct speedy antigen tests on passengers who are discovered to be symptomatic at the railway stations as effectively as to coordinate with private laboratories for sample collection for antigen testing. According to the report, assistant municipal commissioners have been told to get a list of day-to-day train solutions and make arrangements for the screening of railway passengers at railway stations. Besides, they have also been asked to retain records of the symptomatic passengers. The circular stated that if the antigen test is discovered to be damaging, the passenger will be permitted to go house. But, if the antigen test is discovered to be good, then the protocol of COVID-19 good case will be followed.
The SOP issued by the state government of Maharashtra on Monday, states that passengers who are not testing or the ones who are discovered to be novel coronavirus good shall be sent to COVID Care Centre (CCC). Moreover, the expense of additional care at the COVID Care Centre will be borne by passengers. At present, Mumbai has much more than two.75 lakh situations. Besides, more than ten,700 deaths have been recorded in the economic capital so far.