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  1. The development comes as China finalises a massive 25-year, $400 billion strategic partnership deal with Iran, which could cloud India’s plans.
  2. Hurdles in Dharavi: 1. 80% of the population depends on community toilets 2. 450 community toilets used everyday 3. Most of the population depends on outside food 4. 10*10 hutments with 8-10 people living in each household 5. Narrow lanes with G+1, G+2, G+3 houses where ground floor is a house and other floors are factories. BMC's Chase of Covid in Dharavi: 1. TRACING: 47,500 households were covered by doctors and private clinics. 14,970 people screened in mobile vans. 2. TRACKING: More than 3.6 lakh people screened. 8,246 senior citizens surveyed. 3. TESTING: 13,500 tests done in Dharavi. 4. TREATING: Infrastructure had to be prepared in the slums for not only treatment, but also to provide people food 24*7. Only critical patients were moved outside Dharavi for admission to hospitals while 90% patients were treated inside the area. Public Private Partnership: With the limitations of the area, BMC decided to go with the strategy of “chase the virus” through strategic public-private partnerships. 1. BMC decided to do proactive screening in high-risk zones and organised fever camps to identify the suspects. Manpower was a key issue here. 2. Mobilized all available ‘private’ practitioners through the drive conducted in ‘mission-mode’. 24 private doctors came forward and BMC provided them with PPE Kits, thermal scanners, pulse oxymeters, masks, gloves and started door-to-door screening in high-risk zones and all suspects were identified. 3. Later all practitioners were asked to open their clinics and attend to patients and communicate to BMC about all the suspected cases. 4. BMC sanitised all the clinics of these private practitioners and provided them with PPE, gloves etc. Setting Up of Health Infrastructure: All private hospitals were taken onboard and acquired for treatment, including Sai Hospital, Prabhat Nursing Home and Family Care. A 200-bed hospital was also set up in record 14 days. Since home quarantine was never an option in Dharavi, the focus was always on setting up of maximum institutional quarantine facilities at all available schools, marriage halls, sports complexes etc. These quarantine facilities provided: 1. Community Kitchen: Breakfast, lunch and dinner 2. 24*7 doctors, nurses and medical staff 3. Medicines and multivitamins 4. All medical equipment Covid figures from Dharavi: Total cases in Dharavi till July10: 2,359 Active cases: 166 Recovered cases: 1,952 Deaths-: 215 (reconciliation on figures may change) Contact Tracing: Total 58,154 (24 people were traced for each case) Contacts Institutional Quarantined Ratio: 1:5 (5 people were quarantined after each positive case) https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.indiatoday.in/amp/india/story/what-is-the-dharavi-model-being-praised-by-who-chief-tedros-adhanom-1699388-2020-07-11
  3. Well done people 👍🏻 Hurdles in Dharavi: 1. 80% of the population depends on community toilets 2. 450 community toilets used everyday 3. Most of the population depends on outside food 4. 10*10 hutments with 8-10 people living in each household 5. Narrow lanes with G+1, G+2, G+3 houses where ground floor is a house and other floors are factories. BMC's Chase of Covid in Dharavi: 1. TRACING: 47,500 households were covered by doctors and private clinics. 14,970 people screened in mobile vans. 2. TRACKING: More than 3.6 lakh people screened. 8,246 senior citizens surveyed. 3. TESTING: 13,500 tests done in Dharavi. 4. TREATING: Infrastructure had to be prepared in the slums for not only treatment, but also to provide people food 24*7. Only critical patients were moved outside Dharavi for admission to hospitals while 90% patients were treated inside the area. Public Private Partnership: With the limitations of the area, BMC decided to go with the strategy of “chase the virus” through strategic public-private partnerships. 1. BMC decided to do proactive screening in high-risk zones and organised fever camps to identify the suspects. Manpower was a key issue here. 2. Mobilized all available ‘private’ practitioners through the drive conducted in ‘mission-mode’. 24 private doctors came forward and BMC provided them with PPE Kits, thermal scanners, pulse oxymeters, masks, gloves and started door-to-door screening in high-risk zones and all suspects were identified. 3. Later all practitioners were asked to open their clinics and attend to patients and communicate to BMC about all the suspected cases. 4. BMC sanitised all the clinics of these private practitioners and provided them with PPE, gloves etc. Setting Up of Health Infrastructure: All private hospitals were taken onboard and acquired for treatment, including Sai Hospital, Prabhat Nursing Home and Family Care. A 200-bed hospital was also set up in record 14 days. Since home quarantine was never an option in Dharavi, the focus was always on setting up of maximum institutional quarantine facilities at all available schools, marriage halls, sports complexes etc. These quarantine facilities provided: 1. Community Kitchen: Breakfast, lunch and dinner 2. 24*7 doctors, nurses and medical staff 3. Medicines and multivitamins 4. All medical equipment Covid figures from Dharavi: Total cases in Dharavi till July10: 2,359 Active cases: 166 Recovered cases: 1,952 Deaths-: 215 (reconciliation on figures may change) Contact Tracing: Total 58,154 (24 people were traced for each case) Contacts Institutional Quarantined Ratio: 1:5 (5 people were quarantined after each positive case) https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.indiatoday.in/amp/india/story/what-is-the-dharavi-model-being-praised-by-who-chief-tedros-adhanom-1699388-2020-07-11
  4. Hope he recovers physically and more important mentally
  5. Excellent performance and writing. They are the legends.
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