Maharashtra COVID-19 tally crosses 4,000-mark after 552 new cases get reported


Of the 4,200 cases, Mumbai has so far recorded 2,724 cases due to COVID-19
Twelve COVID-19 patients kicked the bucket on Sunday, causing significant damage in Maharashtra to 223
Mumbai: Maharashtra on Sunday revealed 552 new COVID-19 cases, taking the state’s count of coronavirus positive cases to 4,200.
Maharashtra turned into the principal state in the nation to cross the 4,000-mark. Of the 4,200 cases, 2,724 cases are from Mumbai alone.
Loss of life in COVID-19 patients has now gone up to 223 in the state. In a press articulation, the Public Health Department said there were 12 COVID-19-related passings in the state today.
Of these 12 passings, six passings were recorded in Mumbai, four in Malegaon, one in Solapur Municipal Corporation and one in Jamkhed – Ahmednagar.
“Six out of the rest 8 patients (75%) had high-chance co-dreariness, for example, diabetes, hypertension, asthma, and coronary illness,” the press explanation said.
Out of 72,023 research facility tests, 67,673 were negative and 4,200 have been tried positive for coronavirus until today.
According to the direction from Government of India, a group control activity plan is being executed in places where bunches of patients have been found in the state. There are 368 dynamic control zones in the state presently.
To date 507 patients have been released after full recuperation. At present, 87,254 individuals are in home isolate and 6,743 individuals are in institutional isolate, the state said.

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