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Here's the list of Sealed Building in BMC's Ward D: Malabar Hill, Tardeo, Nepeansea Road

According to the BMC’s rule, if one or more COVID-19 patients are found in a building, then the entire floor is sealed. While if more than five patients are found infected, the building is sealed by the Municipal Corporation.

Here's the list of Sealed Building in BMC's Ward D: Malabar Hill, Tardeo, Nepeansea Road
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Despite the efforts of the Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai (MCGM) to prevent the spread of coronavirus, the number of infected patients in Mumbai has been increasing rapidly. The state government has imposed strict restrictions on other days of the week, including weekend lockdowns under its campaign ‘Break the Chain’. These restrictions have been implemented across the state, including Mumbai.

On the other hand, the Municipal Corporation (BMC) has sealed more than 700 buildings in Mumbai. The BMC’s D ward, which includes Malabar Hill, Tardeo, Girgaon, Nepeansea Road areas of South Mumbai (SoBo). The list of completely and partially sealed buildings in the area are as follows: This list was published on April 5, 2021, and the names of some of the buildings may have been omitted or new names may have been added accordingly.

For updated information, visit Mumbai Municipal Corporation's website https://stopcoronavirus.mcgm.gov.in/

According to the BMC’s rule, if one or more COVID-19 patients are found in a building, then the entire floor is sealed. While if more than five patients are found infected, the building is sealed by the Municipal Corporation.

However, if the building is small, the Municipal Corporation has no problem in sealing the entire building. But when there are many buildings or wings in the complex, it becomes a problem for other residents.

To avoid any inconvenience to other residents, the Municipal Corporation has adopted a policy of sealing the floors or the entire wing of the building instead of completely sealing the building. Besides, the authority to seal the building has been given to local authorities.

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