any individuals have been located violating the COVID-19 suggestions and not wearing masks. This led to a rise in viral load.
As the vaccination drive is in spot and India has crossed its worst COVID-19 phase final year, one would just count on the circumstance to be greater. However, this is not the case for Pune. In the previous couple of days, several new circumstances have emerged and a continuous raise in the quantity of active Coronavirus circumstances have been observed. Major contribution is now coming from Maharashtra (Mumbai and Pune per say). On Thursday, Pune’s Pimpri-Chinchwad recorded 456 new COVID-19 circumstances. This led to Pimpri-Chinchwad Municipal Corporation (PCMC) declaring 19 containment zones exactly where they noticed a surge in circumstances. in regions which have observed a surge.
A report by The IE noted that the PCMC sealed a residential society in Chinchwad as effectively as 11 new positive circumstances had been detected in the location. Citing Municipal Commissioner Rajesh Patil, the report stated their wellness group looked for some hotspots as circumstances had been growing and located that maximum circumstances had been emerging in B, D and E divisional offices. He stated that owing to this rise in circumstances, the municipality took the selection of declaring 19 containment zones. Even if any floor in a residential society is located to have two positive Coronavirus circumstances, they are generating it a containment zone.
- Advertisement -
According to the report, some regions contained by the PCMC involve Old Sangvi, Akurdi, Vijaynagar, Jadhavadi, Pimprigaon, Nadenagar, Nadenagar, Duttnagar, Ravet, Pimple Saudagar, Shindevasti, Mhaske vasti, Sambhajinagar and Chinchwadenagar.
It is to note that several individuals have been located violating the COVID-19 suggestions and not wearing masks. This led to a rise in viral load. Patil highlighted that the civic body has created a collection of Rs 1.64 crore as fine from individuals who had been located moving across the city without having masks whereas Rs 8.21 lakh has been collected from these who had been caught spitting on roads.