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Mumbai reports 882 Covid cases; TPR touches 10 per cent

Updated on: 15 August,2022 07:13 AM IST  |  Mumbai
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The recovery count increased by 464 and stood at 11,07,883, leaving the metropolis with 5,041 active cases, he said

Mumbai reports 882 Covid cases; TPR touches 10 per cent

A man gets his booster shot at a vaccnine camp in Byculla. Pic/Ashish Raje


Mumbai on Sunday recorded 882 Covid-19 cases, which took the tally to 11,32,588, while the death toll increased by one and touched 19,664, a civic official said. Of the 882 new cases, only 57 were symptomatic, the BMC official added.


The recovery count increased by 464 and stood at 11,07,883, leaving the metropolis with 5,041 active cases, he said. So far, 1,79,50,187 coronavirus tests have been carried out in Mumbai, including 8,945 in the last 24 hours.



Civic data showed the recovery rate was 97.8 per cent and the overall growth rate in cases between August 7 and 13 was 0.057 per cent. The caseload doubling time stood at 1,213 days, as per BMC data. 


The test positivity rate (TPR) in Mumbai reached almost 10 per cent. Given upcoming festivities amid the rise in daily infection figure, the BMC has planned to concentrate on clusters from where more cases are being reported. BMC officials said that though jumbo centres are closed, the civic health infrastructure is capable of handling 11,000 cases a day.

Maharashtra recorded 2,082 new cases and three deaths, an official said. The count of recoveries rose to 79,12,067 after 1,824 patients recuperated from the infection in the last 24 hours, he said.The latest f atalities were reported from Mumbai, Pune and Satara, the official said, adding that the state is now left with 12,102 active cases.

80,72,340
Total no of cases in Maharashtra

1352
Total no of cases reported in MMR in the last 24 hours

01
No of deaths in city on Sunday 

464
Patients recovered and discharged in city on Sunday

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