Coronavirus in India: Mumbai’s E-Station becomes a problem in 83 Covid-19 cases

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“Thirteen cases come from previous cases reported by Byculla in two. There are 229 people in quarantine at the E-Station. Efforts are being made to curb the spread,” said Rais Shaikh, MLA Bhiwandi and Corporator Byculla.

There are 229 people in quarantine at the e-station. (Rep Photo: PTI)

Mumbai’s e-station, which consists of areas like Byculla and Mumbai Central, has developed into a hotbed for Covid 19 patients after Worli. As of Tuesday, the e-station, which reported 83 positive cases, reported 35 coronavirus cases on Tuesday.

“Thirteen cases come from previous cases reported by Byculla in two. There are 229 people in quarantine at the E-Station. Efforts are being made to curb the spread,” said Rais Shaikh, MLA Bhiwandi and Corporator Byculla.

Previously, 52 employees of the Wockhardt Hospital, who had tested positive, also came under the e-station. Other clusters of cases were found on Morland Road, where 10 from a family tested positive. In this case, it is believed that the 63-year-old man got the virus from his son, who works in a bank.

Meanwhile, more cases of Worli Koliwada have been reported. A total of 116 people tested positive in Mumbai on Tuesday.

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