Now the corona cases are decreasing in the state. Along with new patients, the number of active patients is also decreasing. In the last 30 days, there has been a decline of 71 percent in the number of active patients. According to the officials of the state health department, as fast as the number of patients had increased in the second wave, the number is now decreasing as fast. The number of active patients will decrease even more in the coming days. In just 30 days, the number of active patients has come down from 4,53,548.
Let us inform that in the state including Mumbai, there is a daily decline in new corona patients. Along with this, the number of patients getting healthy has also increased. On Sunday, June 6, the number of active patients in the state has come down to 1 lakh 85 thousand 527, while on May 6, the number of active patients was 6 lakh 39 thousand 75. It is noteworthy that on May state recovery rate had reached 85.54 percent, but recovery due to good treatment The rate has once again reached 95.05 percent.
Mumbai down 68 percent
In the last one month in Mumbai, there has been a decline of 68 percent in the number of active patients in the city. On May 6, the number of active patients in Mumbai was 50,606, which decreased to 16070 on Sunday.
Metro, 30 ferries increased every 10 minutes from Monday
Metro-1 administration has decided to increase the ferries of Metro. From Monday, the Metro will introduce 30 additional ferries on the entire route. From June 7, 130 ferries of Metro will operate between Ghatkopar and Versova instead of 100. Metro service will now be available every 10 minutes instead of 12 minutes during pickup hours. Metro will run every 15 minutes instead of 20 minutes in non-pick hour. After controlling the second wave of Corona, the government has started the unlock process on Monday.
According to the new guidelines, private offices in Mumbai will be able to remain open till 4 pm with 50 percent capacity from Monday to Friday. Essential service shops can remain open till 4 pm every day, while non-essential service shops have been allowed to open till 4 pm from Monday to Friday. The government has not allowed the entry of ordinary citizens in the local train. In such a situation, a large number of people can use the metro service to reach their destination. In view of the apprehension of increase in the number of passengers, Metro-1 has decided to increase the service.
One lakh to 40 thousand passengers
Metro service was resumed in October after the first wave of Corona. By March, the number of passengers traveling by metro daily had reached 1 lakh. Due to the lockdown imposed after the second wave, the number of metro passengers had come down from 1 lakh to 40 thousand. In such a situation, the Metro-1 administration is expected to increase the number of passengers again from Monday.