Mumbai is now left with 12 active case while the overall number of recoveries stood at 11,35,494. The case recovery rate stands at 98.3 per cent and the average doubling rate of cases is 4,96,276 days, the BMC bulletin said
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Mumbai on Wednesday recorded a single Covid-19 case, taking the tally to 11,55,253, the city civic body said. With no fresh fatality, the COVID-19 death toll remained unchanged at 19,747, a Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) bulletin said.
A day earlier, the metropolis had reported four cases and zero fatalities.
Mumbai is now left with 12 active case while the overall number of recoveries stood at 11,35,494. The case recovery rate stands at 98.3 per cent and the average doubling rate of cases is 4,96,276 days, the bulletin said.
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With 2,660 swab samples tested in the last 24 hours, Mumbai's cumulative tally of samples examined so far rose to 1,87,12,674. COVID-19 cases in the city grew by 0.0001 per cent between January 25 and 31, the bulletin said.
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