I am in awe with the Medical Care offered by BMC for passengers who are 60+. I was taken to Hotel Mirage as I landed MUM from LDN ;a team of doctors was sent to attend me. I appeal each passenger landing here to cooperate and help in controlling the further spread #COVID19india pic.twitter.com/y12ZssVyFP— Anup Jalota (@anupjalota) March 17, 2020
Coronavirus which is been declared a pandemic by the World Health Organisation (WHO) is rapidly growing and spreading minute by minute. However, the medical people are taking extra precautions in order to stay healthy and safe. With this, Bhajan singer Anup Jalota recently landed in Mumbai after coming back from London, due to which Mumbai's BMC has offered him medical checkups amidst a Coronavirus crisis and also quarantined him. The singer took to his Twitter handle and shared the news to his followers as he is in awe to see the medical officials giving medical attention to senior citizens while urging passengers to cooperate with the medical officials.
He shared a picture of himself who is seen wearing a mask and while sharing the picture on his handle, he wrote a note on his tweet. He is in awe of the Medical Care which is organized by the BMC for the senior citizens who were travelling. His tweet read, “I am in awe with the Medical Care offered by BMC for passengers who are 60+. I was taken to Hotel Mirage as I landed MUM from LDN; a team of doctors was sent to attend me. I appeal each passenger landing here to cooperate and help in controlling the further spread #COVID19india”
Quoting the same tweet of Anup Jalota, the son of CM Udhav Thackeray and President of Mumbai District Football Association, Aaditya Thackeray thanked the singer and mentioned that Maharashtra is doing everything to keep their citizens safe and secure. He wrote, “Thank you sir. We’re taking maximum precautions to ensure everyone who lands in Maharashtra is safe and well taken care of, as well as we secure every citizen.”
Meanwhile, as the reports in Economic Times, Coronavirus extended its footprint in India with Karnataka and Noida reporting two more cases each on Tuesday, taking the total count to 129. Just recently, a 64-year-old patient died in Mumbai, leaving everyone in shock. Globally, the number of cases has hit 183,143, with 7,175 reported deaths across 157 countries.
Image source: Twitter/anupjalota
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