As the travellers who came to back to India were screened on the airport itself, a similar check-up has also been arranged for the passengers at railway stations in Nagpur city. Along with this, continuous monitoring is also being done at all the outstation bus stands.
In a press conference held on Saturday, Sunil Kedar appreciated the efforts taken by Nagpur Municipal Corporation and Municipal Commissioner, Tukaram Mundhe.
Kedar also urged the NMC to restart the blocked water pipelines and to install new pipeline.
During this conference, Mundhe informed that one of two home quarantined patients had to be forcefully put into the quarantine facility made available by government as the patient was not following the instructions given for self-diagnosis and self-care.
To which Divisional Commissioner, Sanjeev Kumar added, we are allowing suspected patients to be home quarantined. At this time we are providing them with a circular to follow if at all we find that the routine is being taken lightly, the person has to be shifted in our facility for the continuous observation. The same has to be done in a recent case as the person was being irresponsible towards self-care.
Kedar further added, “arrangements are also being made to keep the flow of supplies smooth”
Nitin Raut informed that self- policing is necessary in such delicate times. He also requested people to come forward by themselves if one has an abroad travelling history.