Vidyavihar society puts up a united fight against the coronavirus – mumbai news

Duration of stay, sanitation and dissemination of information – more than 2000 inhabitants of the Skyline oasis in Vidyavihar are doing their best to prevent the spread of Sars CoV-2.

On Sunday, when Prime Minister Narendra Maudie demanded a curfew in Gianta, the residents were not allowed to leave the compound. Even when they went out, their records were recorded when civil authorities asked them to do so, said the president of the association, Arvind Banouchali. While the residents could not go out on Saturday, the garden lights went out on Sunday evening to prevent people from going downstairs.

The garden is closed.

The garden is closed.
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Over the past 15 years, the association of eight housing corporations (408 apartments) has celebrated all holidays together, but in recent days they have not even met in one place.

We’ve never canceled a party before. This year we didn’t celebrate Holly, because by that time Covid-19 had already reached India. Our club, gym and swimming pool are closed. Even when people walk, they are asked to walk individually, not in groups, said Jayesh Vora, secretary of the Skyline Oasis Federation.

The room has a makeshift sink.
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Most apartment owners are Gujaratis, Marvaris and Sindhi who have their own shops. The housing association provided its security staff with masks and provided them with space and administration, with the request not to leave the premises unless necessary. The association has banned deliverers from entering the building, with the exception of the Milk Boy. All housekeepers and drivers are on holiday.

The company's paintwork has been suspended.

The company’s paintwork has been suspended.
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The people got the first necessities of life. If the lock-out takes longer, we can help each other. We also have a supermarket just outside our front door, so no resident has to go anywhere, says businessman Rajesh Cookrea.

Hand cleaners are kept at the entrance.
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The staff also gave instructions on how the children could stay at home. Sanitary works were carried out in the common areas of the buildings and sanitary works were carried out at the entrance.

Residents will refrain from leaving the country if they don’t have to.
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The government is taking steps for our safety. We want to work with them so we won’t regret it later, said Lalgie Gaira, a tax advisor. In Italy, the situation has worsened because they did not take precautions. The only way is to stay inside, Mr. Bhanushali said.