COVID-19: 92 new cases registered in Maharashtra; state tally to 1,666

Updated: Apr 11, 2020, 13:06 IST | PTI | Mumbai

So far 110 persons have died due to the infection in the state

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As 92 more cases of COVID-19 have emerged in Maharashtra, the number of such patients in the state reached 1,666 on Saturday, the state health department said. Seventy-two of these new cases were detected in Mumbai, it said. Five others tested positive in Malegaon, four in Thane, two each in Panvel and Aurangabad, one each in Kalyan- Dombivali, Vasai-Virar, Pune, Ahmednagar, Nashik city, Nashik rural and Palghar, the department added.

So far, 110 persons have died due to the infection in the state. As many as 188 patients have been discharged from hospitals after recovery, officials said. Till yesterday, 33,093 samples have been tested, they said.

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