Highest one-day COVID deaths in Mumbai About 10,000 new cases since October
According to the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation figures, the new cases rose to 4,72,332 and the death count increased to 11,828.
Mumbai: The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) said that Mumbai has now registered 10,030 new cases of COVID-19; this is currently the second-highest daily average, while the infection has caused 31 deaths, more than every day since the end of October.
According to city bodily info, the total figure for the new cases reached 4,72,332, while the death number jumped to 11,828.
Mumbai posted its second-highest daily count with 10,030 new cases after a record number of 11,163 infections on April 4.
The 31 new deaths in 24 hours have been the highest since the end of October, according to the statistics.
The municipal authority said that 7,019 people had been discharged from clinics bringing to 3,82,004 the number of patients recovered.
The BMC reports that there have been 77,495 active cases of the COVID-19.
The data show that in Mumbai, a further 47,922 COVID-19 tests have taken place, up to 43,53,975 samples so far.
According to BMC, the recovery rate of COVID-19 in Mumbai has declined to 81%.
The rate of growth in COVID-19 rose to 1.79%, although the rate of doubling in cases decreased to 38 days.
The City has said 73 areas of slums, chawls and 740 sealed houses. The City’s municipal authority has 75 active containment areas.