Rules needed for group housing in case Of COVID19 case

Ghatkopar housing society whose resident tested positive for Covid-19 faced social boycott.

♦ Maids told they will be sacked if they work there
♦ Housekeeping personnel told not to collect garbage
♦ Delivery boys being warned the building is infected
♦ Children report being kept out of play areas

Rules must be created such that people don’t behave like this and show some empathy.

there is cruelty blowing in the wind. A housing society, one of whose residents tested positive for coronavirus on Friday, has been placed under a social lock-down by its neighbouring buildings. The 64-year-old man’s wife and son too have since tested positive and all three are being treated at Kasturba Hospital.

Maids are being warned that if they visit any apartment in that housing society they will lose their employment in other buildings. House-keeping personnel have been asked to stay away and delivery boys are being warned of deadly infection if they delivered in the ‘marked’ society. Even children have reported being kept out of play areas.

The residents of the building facing the boycott on Saturday visited the Tilak Nagar police station to lodge a complaint. While the police declined to take a formal complaint, a counselling session will be organised for the neighbouring buildings today. more  

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It needs to be done in a collective humanity, bcoz it may occur to anyone at anytime, we all are going to get it anyways...so let's be kind & show some empathy towards those infected... more  
Seema madam it's really hard to believe and the people who are doing this is not a correct way to do,as in India we are leaving in sympathetic mode and we should help thent o cure and not boycott. more  
Rather than creating humiliation to the staff and others,it would have been proper,had the humiliating members of the society to isolate the patient either at kasturba hospital or other secluded isolation wards at rajawadi hospital.

Good counseling should prevail upon the society members,as the world is under sever threat. more  
precaution and preventive measures should not be considered boycott. The people should feel it as a social responsibility to avoid mixing as the covid 19 is contagious virus. more  
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