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Maharashtra Records Over 30,000 New Covid-19 Cases In Single-Day

As Maharashtra struggles with an explosion of new coronavirus cases, the state’s condition blurred on Thursday as it recorded more than 30,000 new cases, the highest increase in a single day since then Pandemic, in the last 24 hours. Mumbai also recorded the highest daily count in the history of 3,755 cases. On Sunday, the state has registered 30,535 new cases today.

The cases increased further three days after Maharashtra recorded its largest single-day increase at 25,833. On September 11 last year, 24,886 cases were reported in Maharashtra. With 25,833 infections on a single day, the state’s total Covid-19 count now stands at 24,79,682, while according to the Health Bulletin, the number of deaths today has risen to 53,399 after recording 99 virus-related deaths.

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There have been 30,535 new  COVID19 cases, 11,314 recoveries, and 99 deaths in Maharashtra in the last 24 hours. During the day, 11,314 patients were discharged from hospitals, taking the total recovery to 22,22,867. Positive Rate: 90.79% The state currently has 22,14,867 active cases. The Mumbai COVID-19 count increased to 3,52,851 and eight deaths raised the death count to 11,559.

Municipal Corporation (BMC) said that of these, Mumbai recorded the highest daily peak of 3,775 new Covid-19 cases. The Mumbai COVID-19 count increased to 3,62,654, while 10 deaths brought the death count in the financial capital of the country to 118282 today. The number of active COVID-19 cases in the city rose to 23,448. Apart from this, the number of COVID-19 cases in Nagpur rose by 3,614 to 1.93,080 on Sunday, while an official said that 32 people died and 1,859 were killed in recovery on this day, an official said.



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