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Lockdown in Mumbai might extend beyond April 14: Report 

Lockdown in Mumbai might extend beyond April 14: Report 

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  8 April 2020 10:44 AM GMT

MUMBAI: Lockdown period in Mumbai might extend beyond April 14 as number of cases in the city are rising, claim reports.

Mumbai has recorded 736 cases of coronavirus infections. Maharashtra has recorded 1,000-plus coronavirus cases.

Meanwhile, the BrihanMumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) has declared the Wockhardt Hospital near Mumbai Central a containment zone after at least 29 staff including 3 doctors and 26 nurses were found Covid-19 positive last week, officials said.

The infections reportedly happened after two Covid-19 patients and two suspected cases were shifted here from the Kasturba Hospital a fortnight ago.

While the two patients were kept in the isolation ward, the two suspect cases were kept with other patients in the ICU from where the infection may have spread.

Last week, two nurses serving in the ICU tested positive, and then the infections spread quickly, affecting nearly 29 including the doctors.

The BMC has taken the swabs of another 270 staffers and patients at the Wockhardt Hospital for testing.

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