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Mumbai’s new Covid-19 cases dip below 300, TPR also falls

Updated on: 02 November,2021 07:29 AM IST  |  Mumbai
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Maharashtra’s case fatality rate remained constant at 2.12 per cent as 1,901 people were discharged after full recovery on Monday

Mumbai’s new Covid-19 cases dip below 300, TPR also falls

People throng the Bhuleshwar Market for shopping ahead of Diwali on Monday. Pic/Sayyed Sameer Abedi


Mumbai's fresh COVID-19 cases dipped below 300 along with a drop in the test positivity rate (TPR) on Monday. As per the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) report, 267 new cases were reported along with four deaths. All of the four deceased had comorbidities. While one of them was in the age group of 40-60 years, the other three were above 60 years of age. 


The doubling rate improved to 1,595 days on Monday. The city’s recovery rate remained constant at 97 per cent as 420 people were discharged after full recovery. New cases in the state saw a significant dip as it fell below 1,000 along with a drop in COVID-19 fatalities. As per the state health department report, 809 cases were reported along with 10 deaths across the state.

Maharashtra’s case fatality rate remained constant at 2.12 per cent as 1,901 people were discharged after full recovery on Monday. The state has 15,552 active cases. The Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR) also saw a marginal drop in new cases. As per the state report, 428 cases were reported in the MMR, including the ones from Mumbai. 


Apart from Mumbai, Thane Municipal Corporation reported the maximum number of daily cases in the MMR at 48, followed by Navi Mumbai with 34 cases. While Panvel saw 21 cases, Raigad reported 11 cases and Vasai-Virar witnessed 10 cases. The MMR registered zero deaths.

66,11,887 Total No. of cases in maharashtra
428 Total no. of cases reported in the MMR in the last 24 hours
4 No. of deaths in city on monday (All the deceased had comorbidities. While one of them was in the age group of 40-60 years, the other three were above 60 years of age)
420 patients Recovered and discharged in city on monday

88,88,784 (Total no. of people administered the first dose)
53,40,990 (No. of people who have taken second dose so far)
69,396 (No. of people who took first dose on monday)
40,646 (No. of people who took second dose on monday)

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