The city saw 73 more cases as compared to the previous day, when there were 2,293 infections
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On Thursday, Mumbai reported 2,366 new Covid-19 cases and two deaths, as per the data provided by Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC). The city saw 73 more cases as compared to the previous day, when there were 2,293 infections.
The overall infection tally now has reached to 10,88,248 and the fatality count to 19,578. On Sunday and Tuesday also Mumbai had reported two deaths each.
Currently, Mumbai's positivity rate is 15.11 per cent, while the number of beds occupied in the hospitals has crossed the 100-mark.
The growth rate of Covid-19 infections in Mumbai stood at 0.163 per cent for the period between June 9 and 15, and the case doubling rate is 419 days, the bulletin said. A total of 15,656 tests were carried out in the metropolis, taking the cumulative test count to 1,73,43,803.
Of the 2,366 new patients, only 105 are symptomatic and they have been hospitalised. Of them, 13 patients are on oxygen support, it added. Out of the 24,859 hospital beds, only 538 are occupied. The city has a coronavirus recovery rate of 97 per cent, the BMC said.
(with inputs from PTI)