Covid-19 Second Wave

The Covid-19 Second was painful – but this time it was unable to repair the houses and floors that had not been repaired. Developers have learned a lot from Lockdown 1.0.

Undoubtedly, in the affected areas of Maharashtra, the second closure resulted in the arrival of migrant workers. The cities most affected by Covid-19 Second, Mumbai, and Pune, have many construction sites. However, the situation is not as bad as it used to be.

In the municipal area of   Pune and the municipal company of Pimpri-Chinchwad, some foreign workers have returned home from the reception department and other services. Unsurprisingly, hospitality is disrupted and its employees are faced with uncertainty about the future.

It is impossible to predict how hotels, restaurants, and hotels will return. There is no money to be found, the owners cannot pay the workers. The country, meanwhile, continues to trade. Recently, property managers in cities and towns like Mumbai and Pune report that less than 65-70% of this pre-Covid-19 Second housing demand has returned.

Covid-19 Second During the initial incarceration, fears of pollution and unemployment forced domestic workers to leave their homes and return to their dilapidated housing.

It is a bad and painful thing to confess. According to the Indian Labor Survey, over seventy percent (70%) of Indians will return home by 2020. The housing sector is low-skilled – manufacturers lack the knowledge and skills to do so in front of this situation.

By the time they started to repair and reorganize, most of the foreign workers had already left the city. So the impact of pain on real estate matters the first time you are.

Lockdown 2.0 – What we have learned and done

Second, although the employment record has exceeded all expectations, the state of the sites is not as ambiguous as in 2020. First, it is not a problem of national foreclosure as we have seen. ‘Saw last year, after the work was stopped after 28 days warranty.

Meanwhile, millions of workers have lost their jobs or their wages. Meanwhile, in Maharashtra, construction by local staff has been approved by the projects. Meanwhile, CREDAI (Confederation of Real Estate Manufacturers Association of India) has ensured that construction workers not only have housing, but also equipment, medical assistance, health, and safety.

Current studies on Covid-19 are being conducted online even in medical facilities where most of them are available. The employees are guaranteed immediate treatment and daily hygiene. CREDAI also announced that it will provide free chemicals to more than 2.5 construction workers in these areas.

Those days will pass too

Meanwhile, around 12-15% of construction workers left the job site to return home as long as they were confined. It is certainly less than in 2020, and we do not expect the number to increase thanks to government support and design.

Again, looking back on their previous lives, many construction workers find that they are better off in cities than in their home country, where there are currently no job openings in that country.

In short, as it declined during Lockdown 2.0 and with the dramatic increase in Covid-19 Second cases, homes continue to grow in cities like Mumbai and Pune. Equally important, this construction work was guided by real need as a disease brought new information about the value of buildings.

It will continue to be one of the highest unemployment rates in the country. The desire to make their own home is no more than a disease today. Two good things don’t usually lead to bad things, so we believe things often happen faster than the current layoff system.

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