Pilot union wrote to Air India - If all flying crew do not get vaccinated on priority, then they will stop work

Pilot union wrote to Air India - If all flying crew do not get vaccinated on priority, then they will stop work

The Air India Pilot Union has told its director that they will stop work if their employees going on Air India aircraft are not vaccinated on a priority basis. The Indian Commercial Pilots Association (ICPA) wrote to Air India, "For all flying crews above 18 years of age, we will stop work if the vaccine is not set up on priority by setting up a nationwide vaccination camp."

The pilot union has taken this step when many of its crew members have been found to be corona positive. The ICPA wrote to the Air India management, "The crew member and his family are struggling to get oxygen cylinders. We have been left to treat ourselves. Without health care support and salary cuts to the flying crew, we are not in a position to continue to risk our pilot's life without vaccination. "

Last Wednesday, 30 people on board Air India flight from Amritsar to Rome were found infected with the Corona virus when they reached Italy. Which also includes an Air India pilot and a Kevin crew. For the last 10 days, two pilots and eight cabin crew have been quarantined in Rome. All 242 people on board the aircraft were quarantined by the Italian government along with those found infected.

Covid-19 infection cases in India have crossed the 2 crore mark and more than 50 lakh cases of infection have been reported in just 15 days. According to data released on Tuesday by the Union Health Ministry, 3,57,229 new cases were reported in one day of infection and 3,449 people died. In India, the number of people who lost their lives to Kovid-19 has increased to 2,22,408. The number of active patients in the country has increased to 34,47,133, which is 17 percent of the total cases of infection.


Reduction in corona cases in Mumbai, cases reduced due to better management of oxygen supply

Reduction in corona cases in Mumbai, cases reduced due to better management of oxygen supply

In the midst of Corona's outcry, Mumbai has done such a miracle that it is being praised. The reason is that there are new cases getting reduced rapidly. Within a week, Corona's cases have decreased from 33 thousand seventy five to 10 thousand 736. It is being told that this happened due to better management of oxygen supply.

Mumbai is being praised at a time when the figures in other cities are constantly getting scary, has BMC already realized that there is going to be a great need for oxygen in the future and that is why all the big Kovid hospitals have oxygen The supply had already been arranged. Was this the reason why large capacity oxygen tanks were built in the hospitals itself and whether 6 co-ordination officers were appointed among the 24 departments for regular oxygen supply in the hospitals which have oxygen beds.

Not only this, oxygen plants were installed on PSA technology at Kasturba Hospital and HBT Trauma Center for oxygen supply to every needy. Apart from this, the work of setting up 45 metric ton PSA technical oxygen plants at 12 other places in the city is going on in these days. Mumbai is currently getting up to 235 Metric Oxygen per day from different companies. The commissioner of BMC, Iqbal Singh Chahal, who is being discussed all around, was given this responsibility when Dharavi's condition was serious, where he was successful in bringing the corona case to zero.

BMC has formed a separate team, which keeps the data of the entire journey of oxygen supply. That is, from the supply to the hospital, it monitors whether the oxygen reaches or not. If there is a disturbance in the middle, it is the job of this team to fix it and save all these data on Google Drive. Apart from this, BMC's decision to conduct a sero survey at different times also proved beneficial.


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