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Zero COVID fatalities reported in Mumbai on Sunday, for the first time in 20 months!

After a difficult year marred by the pandemic, there is finally some good news for the people of Mumbai. For the first time since the onset of COVID on March 26, 2020, the metropolitan city has reported zero fatalities. While the city is already on the path to recovery with a decline in cases each day, the latest development has brought in a new respite to the citizens and authorities alike.

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The British era Tilak Nagar Bridge in Mumbai to be replaced by 2 new cable-stayed bridges by 2023

Seated in the heart of Mumbai, the 96-year-old Tilak Nagar Bridge will soon undergo renovation. The British-era bridge will be replaced by 2 new cable-stayed modern bridges by 2023. As per reports, the Tilak Nagar Bridge is the first of 12 ancient bridges that will be remade by the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC), in association with the Maharashtra Rail Infrastructure Development Corporation (MRIDC).

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Mumbai Coastal Road Project to become operational by 2023!

The Brihanmumbia Municipal Corporation is ensuring round-the-clock work for the completion of the Coastal Road Project in Mumbai, by November 2023. A civic official on Thursday informed that the BMC has completed about 40% of work for the first phase of the project, to commission operations within the slated deadline. The designated civic team is reportedly functioning in 3 shifts to hasten the execution of this infrastructure consignment.

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Over 85% of Mumbai residents have COVID antibodies, reveals BMC sero-survey

On September 17, Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) announced the analysis report of the fifth sero-survey organised within the jurisdiction, between August and September. A total 8674 samples were tested during the survey where around 90% of those vaccinated partially or fully revealed antibody prevalency. Additionally, around 80% of the unvaccinated lot also displayed a bolstered immunity against the coronavirus.

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Mumbai's Dahisar-toll naka to get a new bypass to dissolve traffic woes

The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation has decided to install an additional bypass at the Dahisar-check naka to decongest road traffic. Stretching for up to 9 kilometres, this route stands as one of the busiest roads in Mumbai, being in the vicinity of one of the five entries and exit points of the city. The road is extensively used by domestic and commercial vehicles, as well as for shipping cargoes towards Gujarat and Delhi.

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