Maharashtra COVID-19 cases more than double in a day to 80, no new death


Maharashtra 80 new ones logged on Tuesday COVID-19 The cases, more than double from the previous day, took the total to 81,37,985, while no new death linked to the infection was reported in the state, the health department said.

The department said in a bulletin that the death toll due to coronavirus in the state remained stable at 1,48,423 with no new increase in the number in the last 24 hours.
On Monday, 35 cases of Covid-19 were reported in Maharashtra, but there were no deaths due to the disease.

According to the bulletin, 5,582 tests were conducted in the last 24 hours to detect the coronavirus, taking the cumulative number to 8,64,74,267. Pune administrative circle has reported the highest number of cases at 41, followed by Mumbai circle with 19, Kolhapur with eight, Latur with four, Nagpur with three, Nashik and Akola with two each and Aurangabad circle with one. .

An administrative circle consists of several districts.

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The number of recoveries rose to 79,89,207 after 36 more patients recovered from the respiratory illness, taking the state to 355 active cases, the department said.

Out of the 355 active Covid-19 cases in the state, Pune district has the highest number of 127, followed by 83 in Mumbai and 35 in Thane, the bulletin said.
Maharashtra’s coronavirus recovery rate was 98.17 percent, while the case fatality rate was 1.82 percent.

Maharashtra’s corona virus statistics are as follows: Positive cases: 81,37,985; Recent cases: 80; Death toll 1,48,423; Recovery 79,89,207; active case 355; Total Tests: 8,64,74,267.

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