Swapnil Mishra

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Swapnil Radheshyam Mishra has been a Reporter with The Free Press Journal for the past three years. Swapnil covers the health beat for the paper, reporting on the state of the city’s public hospitals and cases being treated at public and private hospitals. He also covers the Railways beat, reporting on issues pertaining to Mumbai’s lifeline. He also keeps a track of trends and changes in the weather for the paper.

Stories By Swapnil Mishra

domestic violence

Domestic violence cases drop by 47% in lockdown

Officials of WCD say that the inability of women to step out or call amidst the lockdown might have resulted in fewer cases being registe...Read More

COVID-19 in Maharashtra: State hovers below the 10,000-mark for sixth day

COVID-19 in Maharashtra: State hovers below the 10,000-mark for sixth day

For the sixth consecutive day, Maharashtra reported less than 10,000 new COVID-19 cases. 7,347 fresh cases and 184 fatalities was recorde...Read More

Mumbai: So far so good, for 163 recruits in Covid-19 vaccine trial

Mumbai: So far so good, for 163 recruits in Covid-19 vaccine trial

Mumbai: So far, 163 healthy volunteers in the city have been administered intramuscular injections of 'Covishield', the potential Covid-1...Read More

COVID-19 in Maharashtra: Recovery rate touches 88%

COVID-19 in Maharashtra: Recovery rate touches 88%

For the fifth consecutive day, Maharashtra reported less than 10,000 new COVID-19 infections. 7,539 fresh cases and 198 fatalities were r...Read More

Coronavirus soldiers wary of the festive season

Coronavirus soldiers wary of the festive season

There is a fear that the situation could change if people let down their guard during Navratri, Dussehra and Diwali

Mumbai local trains: Major respite for female passengers, thank govts

Mumbai local trains: Major respite for female passengers, thank govts

Mumbai: There was a big relief for the women passengers on Wednesday after they were allowed to travel in local trains. Most of them were...Read More

Civic school teachers get lessons in 'safety'

Mumbai: Civic school teachers get lessons in 'safety'

Civic school teachers are currently being schooled in how to ensure safe schools which are getting ready to open after a seven-month long...Read More

Coronavirus in Mumbai: Hospitals to check virus-cured for TB

Coronavirus in Mumbai: Hospitals to check virus-cured for TB

Mumbai: All private and public hospitals have been asked to follow up on patients who have recovered from Covid-19 to check for signs of ...Read More

Mumbai: Women may travel on local trains in non-rush hours, starting today

Mumbai: Women may travel on local trains in non-rush hours, starting today

Mumbai: It's official now - women can travel by local trains from October 21. Union railways minister Piyush Goyal announced on Tuesday t...Read More

COVID-19 in Mumbai: Recovery rate climbs to 88%

COVID-19 in Mumbai: Recovery rate climbs to 88%

Maharashtra on Tuesday added 8,151 new cases and 213 COVID-19 fatalities, pushing the total count to 16,09,516, with 42,453 deaths so far...Read More

My Family, My Responsibility: Fearing quarantine, citizens don't disclose correct information

My Family, My Responsibility: Fearing quarantine, citizens don't disclose correct information

Forty per cent of Mumbai’s total population have been screened under the recently launched door-to-door survey My Family, My Responsibili...Read More

Coronavirus in Mumbai: 34% drop in active cases in city

Coronavirus in Mumbai: 34% drop in active cases in city

Mumbai: After a brief spike in infections in the first week of October, the number of active Covid-19 cases in Mumbai has now dropped by ...Read More

Coronavirus in Maharashtra: Less than 6,000 cases reported on Monday

Coronavirus in Maharashtra: Less than 6,000 cases reported on Monday

It was after more than a hundred days that Maharashtra witnessed less than 6,000 coronavirus cases on Monday, with 5,984 new infections b...Read More

Mumbai reeling under shortage of essential drugs to fight Covid-19

Mumbai reeling under shortage of essential drugs to fight Covid-19

The increase in demand for essential drugs such as injection Remdesevir, Tocilizumab, and Fabiflu during the ongoing pandemic has lead to...Read More

Corona cases continue to dip in Maharashtra

Corona cases continue to dip in Maharashtra

For the fifth consecutive day, the number of Covid-19 cases in Mumbai also showed a dip with 1,600 fresh patients

Fever confusion: Differentiate between Covid-19-related fever & common flu

Fever confusion: Differentiate between Covid-19-related fever & common flu

Understanding of medical history and evaluations will help in differentiating the cause of fever and decide on the treatment process

Mumbai: Medical officers want Medical Education and Drugs Department to make them permanent employees

Mumbai: Medical officers want Medical Education and Drugs Department to make them permanent employees

Currently, over 450 MOs who are working 24/7, have to renew their contract after every 120 days

Mumbai: CR, WR turn down state govt request to allow women to travel on trains from Oct 17

Mumbai: CR, WR turn down state govt request to allow women to travel on trains from Oct 17

The Maharashtra government proposed but Railways has disposed. The state government, had on Friday, requested the Central Railway (CR) an...Read More

Maharashtra  reports over 11,000 new Covid cases

Maharashtra reports over 11,000 new Covid cases

For the third consecutive day in a row, the state added over 10,000 cases of Covid-19, with 11,447 new infections on Thursday, pushing it...Read More

Mandatory RT-PCR test not performed on TB patients with coronavirus symptoms: Experts

Mandatory RT-PCR test not performed on TB patients with coronavirus symptoms: Experts

Last month, the Union Health Ministry had issued a circular instructing all the states to mandatorily test newly diagnosed tuberculosis (...Read More

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