Dattatraya Sawant said, “I provide free pick up and drop facility to patients from hospitals. I will continue my service till the corona crisis is over.”
Dattatreya Sawant is a school teacher. (Photo-ANI)
Corona Pandemic continues to wreak havoc across the country. In Maharashtra (Maharashtra), the epidemic has been killed the most. In this time of crisis, many people have extended their helping hand. One of them is Dattatraya Sawant, a resident of Mumbai. Sawant is a school teacher. In addition, they also run autorickshaws. In the epidemic period, they are providing free rickshaw rides to the Corona patients.
Sawant told news agency ANI, “I provide free pick up and drop facility to patients from hospitals. I will continue my service until the Corona crisis is over. “
Mumbai: Amid rise in COVID cases, Dattatraya Sawant, a school teacher by profession & a part-time autorickshaw driver, gives free rickshaw rides to COVID patients
I drop off / pick-up patients from hospital for free. I’ll continue this service as long as COVID wave will last, he says pic.twitter.com/1TvXiXj0lc
– ANI (@ANI) April 30, 2021
89 patients died of corona in Mumbai on Friday.
89 patients died of corona virus infection in Mumbai on Friday, which is the highest number of deaths in one day after June 30 last year. With this, the death toll rose to 13,161. This information came from the data released by BMC. The total number of infected in the metropolis increased to 6,48,624 with 3,925 new cases of Kovid-19 coming in the day.
This is the second time in this month that less than 4000 new cases of Kovid-19 have been reported in Mumbai in one day. The BMC said that 6,380 patients a day in Mumbai were discharged from hospitals after being cured, bringing the total number of patients who have recovered so far to 5,72,431.
The recovery rate in Mumbai is now 88 percent. BMC said that the number of patients under treatment of Kovid-19 in Mumbai has reduced to 61,433.
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