The slum which recorded 491 cases in April, and 1216 cases with over 56 deaths in May, has only recorded 274 cases and six deaths by the third week of June, thanks to the mass testing, combined efforts, and ardent strategy of containment. Today, Dharavi has only 86 active cases, as 2057 patients had already been recovered and discharged from COVID-19 facilities. The region has not reported even a single COVID-19 death since the last month. How was the crisis managed so effectively in an area where maintaining physical and social distancing is literally impossible?