Two more city hospitals shut: Bhatia hospital, Hinduja in Khar
Two additional emergency clinics were closed on Wednesday following worries over conceivable contamination of staff after two patients tried positive for COVID-19. In Mumbai, six emergency clinics have been closed over the most recent multi week.
Following a 76-year-elderly person tried constructive at the Hinduja Hospital in Khar, the emergency clinic specialists have beginning testing staff members who came in the contact with the patient. The BMC said no new patient will be admitted to the medical clinic until further notification. The city body has found 14 high-hazard contacts of the 76-year-old patient.
Bhatia Hospital in South Mumbai was pronounced a regulation zone by the BMC after a patient tried positive. A community official said the male patient was moved from Wockhardt emergency clinic to Bhatia medical clinic after Wockhardt was closed down. The medical clinic has isolated 45 staff members who chipped away at a similar floor where the patient was conceded. Their swabs were taken on Wednesday, results are normal by Thursday.