With 8,063 new cases of corona virus infection being reported in the Mumbai metropolis, BMC chief Iqbal Singh Chahal on Sunday tried to allay the fears of the citizens, saying that 89 per cent infections are asymptomatic and 90 per cent beds in hospitals are vacant. .
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Wearing of masks mandatory in public places – BMC
He urged the people to strictly follow the COVID-19 protocol. The BMC chief stressed that it is mandatory to wear masks in public places and people should avoid visiting crowded places. Everyone must unite to overcome this new wave of pandemic.
In 8,063 new cases, 89% cases were found to be completely asymptomatic – BMC
He said, “Today, 8,063 new cases of Kovid-19 were reported in Mumbai, out of which 89 percent were found to be completely asymptomatic and the total patients under treatment in the city are 29,819. ,
503 patients were admitted in hospitals
Chahal said in a statement, “However, out of today’s 8,063 new cases, only 503 patients have been admitted to hospitals, out of which 56 patients have been kept on beds equipped with oxygen facility. As of today, 90 percent of the beds in Mumbai are vacant. ,
He said, “Don’t get panic, but at this time we all have to be very careful and follow the covid appropriate behavior.”