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Maharashtra reports 10,891 COVID-19 cases, 295 deaths

Maharashtra on Tuesday recorded 10,891 recent COVID-19 instances and 295 deaths and added 407 beforehand unreported fatalities, whereas 16,577 sufferers recovered from the an infection, the State Health Department stated.

The State’s caseload rose to 58,52,891, whereas the loss of life toll elevated to 1,01,172.

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On Monday, the State reported 10,219 COVID-19 instances, the bottom after March 9 this yr, and 154 fatalities.

A complete of 16,577 sufferers have been discharged from hospitals in the course of the day, elevating the rely of recoveries to 55,80,925 and leaving the State with 1,67,927 lively instances, the division stated.

Maharashtra’s case restoration price now stands at 95.35%, whereas the fatality price is 1.73%. With 2,11,042 new checks, the variety of samples examined to date went as much as 3,69,07,181.

Of the 295 deaths, 208 occurred within the final 48 hours and 87 have been from the final week. As a part of a reconciliation train, the Health Department added 407 deaths, which occurred earlier than the final week, into its cumulative determine, which suggests the fatality rely elevated by 702 on Tuesday.

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Mumbai reported 682 recent instances and 7 deaths, taking the an infection rely to 7,12,055 and the toll to fifteen,006. The State capital has reported its lowest single-day loss of life rely after March 28, when eight sufferers had succumbed to the an infection.

The wider Mumbai division, which consists of the town and its satellite tv for pc cities, reported 2,022 new instances and 49 deaths, elevating the tally to fifteen,52,411 and the fatality rely to twenty-eight,447, a launch stated.

Of the whole deaths within the division, Mira Bhayandar Municipal Corporation areas and rural components of Palghar district recorded 13 deaths every, it stated. The Nashik division reported 953 new instances, whereas the Kolhapur division added 3,614 instances.

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