Mumbai said to be 'City of Dreams' is fighting with all its strength to win this war against the virus. Due to over population of the city, it is quite difficult to handle the situation but everyone is putting their efforts in this situation rightly.
IIT Bombay has developed an app 'Corontine', this app is used to trace coronavirus carrier.
Fighting against the virus is like fighting with an enemy we cannot see, making this a very difficult way to fight the virus. But Mumbai being the populous city is trying its best to fight against the virus. Social distancing was only possible with less traveling. As soon as the virus hit the city all buses and autos very shut down.
Another early decision was taken to ban domestic and international passenger flights. Virus did not spread rapidly in India because the Govt. was very quick to take decisions.
'Lifeline' of Mumbai the local trains and also the outstation trains were soon shut down after receiving news of outbreak of the virus in the city. Railway board is converting 17 zonal railways to 5000 coaches as isolation wards.
Andheri Sport Complex is converted into temporary migrant shelters by the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation. Such steps are very important in taking care of each other in this pandemic situation.
With everyone taking proper precautions, people entering Mantralay cannot get inside wearing face masks. Many hospitals in the area are converted into Covid-19 isolation centers for reducing the spread of virus.
Just like taking precautions and social distancing, testing of virus in Mumbai is increased.
Siddhivinayak Temple Trust was a help to Mumbai police as they distributed water bottles and food among them.
Mumbai Cricket Association donated a amount of Rs.50 lakh to CM relief fund.
Blood donation campus were carried out in Mumbai for patients in need as there was shortage of blood in the state.