Officials from the Nagpur Municipal Corporation (NMC) cracked down on violations of home isolation rules, and 17 people were sent to institutional quarantine as a result. Nearly 17 people were not found at the listed address, according to the Dharampeth Zone flying squad.
People who were asymptomatic but positive for COVID-19 were advised to remain at home if they requested it, according to recommendations aimed at preventing the virus’s spread. To stop COVID-19 from spreading in society, NMC has put together a list of Dos and Don’ts. Municipal Commissioner Radhakrishnan B had already given a civic notice threatening a Rs 5,000 fine and a 10-day institutional quarantine if a violation was detected.
Since citizens are disregarding directives, the NMC has increased vigilance and flying squads are checking on citizens at their defined addresses to ensure compliance with home isolation directives. The 17 people who were not at home were found and taken to a designated Covid Care Centre (CCC) in the Zone for non-compliance with the Covid laws. In the Lakdaganj sector, a patient was also sent to an institutional quarantine centre.
Two corona patients were also sent to the Panchpaoli isolation centre from the Ashi Nagar district. Patients in other zones were also checked on by the flying team, who instructed them on how to take good care of themselves during their home isolation. The NMC’s decision to ensure the enforcement of home isolation rules was prompted by a rise in the number of Covid cases.
According to a report by city leaders, asymptomatic people wandering freely and mixing in society may be one of the reasons for the steep rise. As a result, a steep fine order was given.