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Out of the 5,257 new Covid-19 cases in Maharashtra, 1,226 were in Mumbai.Out of the 5,257 new Covid-19 cases in Maharashtra, 1,226 were in Mumbai.

Another 5,000+ surge takes Maharashtra’s Covid-19 tally to 1.69 lakh - india news - Hindustan Times

There are 73,298 active cases while 88,960 patients have recovered in the state so far.The death toll has also surged by 181 today, taking the total virus-related fatalities to 7,610There are 73,298 active cases while 88,960 patients have recovered in the state so far.The death toll has also surged by 181 today, taking the total virus-related fatalities to 7,610

Maharashtra reports 5,257 new Covid-19 cases, count nears 1.7 lakh

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Lockdown Extension in Maharashtra Latest News: 15-Day Shutdown Announced in These 33 Hotspots of Mumbai

Maharashtra recorded 5,257 new coronavirus cases on Monday, taking state’s COVID-19 tally to 1,69,883. Also, 181 people succumbed to the infection, 78 of them from the last 48 hours, taking the death toll due to pandemic in the state to 7,610, as per the latest information shared by the state health department.Maharashtra recorded 5,257 new coronavirus cases on Monday, taking state’s COVID-19 tally to 1,69,883. Also, 181 people succumbed to the infection, 78 of them from the last 48 hours, taking the death toll due to pandemic in the state to 7,610, as per the latest information shared by the state health department.

COVID-19 June 29 Highlights: Maharashtra extends lockdown till July 31; India's recovery rate improves to 58.67 per cent

The terms of the lockdown are largely the same for the big cities of Mumbai, Pune, Nashik, Nagpur and Ahmedabad. Here’s what you need to knowThe terms of the lockdown are largely the same for the big cities of Mumbai, Pune, Nashik, Nagpur and Ahmedabad. Here’s what you need to know

Mumbai, Pune lockdown extended till 31 July: what is allowed, what is not | Condé Nast Traveller India | Coronavirus: Good to know

June 29 is the fourth consecutive day when Maharashtra has reported more than 5,000 coronavirus cases in a single day.June 29 is the fourth consecutive day when Maharashtra has reported more than 5,000 coronavirus cases in a single day.

As many as 2,330 patients were discharged from hospitals post-recovery on Sunday, which took the number of such persons in Maharashtra to 86,575As many as 2,330 patients were discharged from hospitals post-recovery on Sunday, which took the number of such persons in Maharashtra to 86,575

Maharashtra: Biggest single-day spike of 5,493 coronavirus cases, 156 new deaths - India News

Maharashtra has reported the biggest spike in a single day with regards to coronavirus. On Sunday, the state reported 5,493 cases of COVID-19 which took the tally to 1,64,626, according to a health official. The state has also reported the deaths of 156 patients who were suffering from the coronavirus which took the tally to 7,429.At the moment, the COVID-19 positivity rate, recovery rate, and fatality rate stand at 17.82 per cent, 52.59 per cent, and 4.51 per cent in Maharashtra respectively. So far, a total of 9,23,502 samples have been tested for the novel coronavirus. While 5,70,475 persons are in-home quarantine, 37,350 others have been admitted to institutional quarantine centres.On Sunday, June 28, Uddhav Thackeray addressing the people of Maharashtra, stated that the lockdown would continue to prevail after the month of June. The Chief Minister cautioned the citizens stating that ‘Mission Begin Again’ did not imply that the danger to the coronavirus was over, further requesting the people to only step out of their houses for essential purposes.In his address to the people, Thackeray said that the state is to restart its operations keeping the lockdown aside adding that the lockdown will not be lifted after June 30. Thackeray further requested people to only venture out in cases of emergencies while stating that the state will slowly resume all of its services.Uddhav Thackeray had earlier met Joint Secretary in the Health Ministry Lav Agarwal on Saturday to review the situation of COVID-19 in Maharashtra. The Central team led by Lav Agarwal visited Thane in the midst of the ongoing pandemic and took cognizance of the health infrastructure facilities in the district. The two-member team led by Agarwal had earlier been in Maharashtra to overlook and review the measures undertaken by the authorities to contain the spread of the contagious disease.Maharashtra has reported the biggest spike in a single day with regards to coronavirus. On Sunday, the state reported 5,493 cases of COVID-19 which took the tally to 1,64,626, according to a health official. The state has also reported the deaths of 156 patients who were suffering from the coronavirus which took the tally to 7,429.At the moment, the COVID-19 positivity rate, recovery rate, and fatality rate stand at 17.82 per cent, 52.59 per cent, and 4.51 per cent in Maharashtra respectively. So far, a total of 9,23,502 samples have been tested for the novel coronavirus. While 5,70,475 persons are in-home quarantine, 37,350 others have been admitted to institutional quarantine centres.On Sunday, June 28, Uddhav Thackeray addressing the people of Maharashtra, stated that the lockdown would continue to prevail after the month of June. The Chief Minister cautioned the citizens stating that ‘Mission Begin Again’ did not imply that the danger to the coronavirus was over, further requesting the people to only step out of their houses for essential purposes.In his address to the people, Thackeray said that the state is to restart its operations keeping the lockdown aside adding that the lockdown will not be lifted after June 30. Thackeray further requested people to only venture out in cases of emergencies while stating that the state will slowly resume all of its services.Uddhav Thackeray had earlier met Joint Secretary in the Health Ministry Lav Agarwal on Saturday to review the situation of COVID-19 in Maharashtra. The Central team led by Lav Agarwal visited Thane in the midst of the ongoing pandemic and took cognizance of the health infrastructure facilities in the district. The two-member team led by Agarwal had earlier been in Maharashtra to overlook and review the measures undertaken by the authorities to contain the spread of the contagious disease.

Maharashtra reports single day spike of 5,493 COVID-19 cases | Mumbai

When the Covid-19 outbreak started in early March, most cases were confined to Mumbai, which has high population density and vast slum pockets. But thWhen the Covid-19 outbreak started in early March, most cases were confined to Mumbai, which has high population density and vast slum pockets. But the city’s share in the state’s daily caseload has reduced considerably over the past few weeks.

Mumbai’s share in Maharashtra’s daily Covid caseload slides from 68% to 25% | Mumbai News - Times of India

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Maharashtra reports 5,318 new COVID-19 cases, taking its tally to 1,59,133

Coronavirus cases in Maharashtra rose to 1,59,133 with a record 5,318 new patients found on Saturday, while the death toll due to the pandemic reached 7,273 with 167 fatalities coming to light, an official said. Coronavirus cases in Maharashtra rose to 1,59,133 with a record 5,318 new patients found on Saturday, while the death toll due to the pandemic reached 7,273 with 167 fatalities coming to light, an official said.

With 5,318 COVID-19 cases, Maharashtra sees another record increase | India News – India TV

Maharashtra has recorded the highest single-day spike in the number of coronavirus cases and fatalities with 5,318 fresh infections and over 167 deaths today. The worst-hit state in the country has reported 1,59,133 coronavirus cases, reported PTI.Maharashtra has recorded the highest single-day spike in the number of coronavirus cases and fatalities with 5,318 fresh infections and over 167 deaths today. The worst-hit state in the country has reported 1,59,133 coronavirus cases, reported PTI.

Maharashtra Sets New Record With 5,318 Coronavirus Cases In 24 Hours

With 5,318 fresh cases of COVID-19, Maharashtra on Saturday reported its highest single-day count of the viral infection for the fourth straight dayWith 5,318 fresh cases of COVID-19, Maharashtra on Saturday reported its highest single-day count of the viral infection for the fourth straight day

Maharashtra: Another biggest one-day jump with 5,318 new COVID-19 cases and 167 deaths - Republic World

The state's total case count now stands at 1,59,133. With 167 deaths, the fatality count has gone up to 7,273, it said.The state's total case count now stands at 1,59,133. With 167 deaths, the fatality count has gone up to 7,273, it said.

With 5,318 New Covid-19 Cases, Maharashtra Breaks Records of One-day Spike