In rural areas of 34 districts of Maharashtra, a inhabitants of over eight crore has been surveyed beneath the My Household, My Accountability marketing campaign. A complete of 24 lakh households have been visited by the groups, mentioned Arvind Kumar, Extra Chief Secretary, Rural Improvement Division, in a media assertion on Tuesday.
He was updating Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray concerning the implementation of the marketing campaign by the Zilla Parishad manpower and different volunteers. He mentioned extra folks ought to get entangled within the marketing campaign.
The state Zilla Parishads have been given the goal of visiting 1.84 crore households, out of which 24 lakh households have been visited and 13 per cent of the goal has been achieved. The survey discovered 6,938 folks with Covid an infection and a pair of.06 lakh individuals with co-morbid illnesses, the assertion mentioned.
The best variety of Covid sufferers was discovered within the surveyed inhabitants of Pune, Nashik and Kolhapur. The survey has additionally coated 21 per cent households of Thane, 10 per cent from Nashik , 18 per cent from Pune, 15 per cent from Kolhapur, 12 per cent from Aurangabad, 13 per cent from Latur, 13 per cent from Akola and 6 per cent from Nagpur district, the assertion added.