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Mumbai sees 51 new cases, 256 fresh infections in Maharashtra

Updated on: 27 September,2022 07:20 AM IST  |  Mumbai
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Virus claims one life in Mumbai and two across the state

Mumbai sees 51 new cases, 256 fresh infections in Maharashtra

A policeman gets his jab at a camp set up at the zoo. File pic


Mumbai on Monday recorded 51 new cases of Coronavirus and one death due to the infection, the BMC said. With this, the tally of infections in the city rose to 11,49,832, while the toll reached 19,730, it said.


The corporation said in a bulletin that eight of the 51 patients are symptomatic and have been hospitalised and four of them are on oxygen support. At least 108 patients are being treated at city hospitals.



Also read: Maharashtra records 256 new Covid-19 cases, two deaths


At least 65 patients recovered during the day, taking the total number of recoveries to 11,29,385. The city has 717 active cases. As many as 3,848 swab samples were tested during the day, taking the total number of tests conducted so far to 1,82,80,761, the bulletin said.

Across Maharashtra, 256 new cases were reported along with two deaths, said a state official. The Mumbai Metropolitan Region added 108 new cases, followed by 67 in Pune circle, 35 in Nashik, 17 in Nagpur and 15 in Kolhapur. Mumbai apart, the other death was reported from Raigad.

The recovery count rose by 315 and touched 79,67,629, leaving the state with 3,641 active cases.

81,19,601 Total No. of cases in maharashtra
7,566 doubling rate of mumbai in days
1 No. of deaths in city on monday 
65 patients Recovered and discharged in city on monday

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