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Daily number of COVID-19 cases crosses 500 mark since March 5 Mumbai records 350 cases

Daily coronavirus cases in Maharashtra have crossed 500. On Thursday, 511 new cases of coronavirus were recorded in the state. This brings the number of active coronavirus cases in the state to 2,361. Earlier Wednesday, 470 new cases of coronavirus were reported in the state. Of these, 350 cases were found in Mumbai alone.

For the first time after the fifth of March this year, more than five hundred new cases of corona were reported in the state. On March 5, 535 epidemic cases were detected in the state. The situation is still normal in Nandarbar, Doli, Latour, Hingoli, Akula, Boldhana, Yavatmal, Warda and Gondia districts.

There is not a single active case of corona in these areas. The only death in the state was in Ped. A total of 324 patients were treated in the state in the past 24 hours. The cure rate of patients in Maharashtra is currently 98.09 percent. The Department of Health said 27,541 tests had been conducted in the past 24 hours.

350 out of 511 from Mumbai

Out of the 511 cases found in the state, 350 were found in Mumbai. This is the largest number of cases reported in a single day so far after February 11 this year. According to Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC), no one has died of coronavirus infection today. More than 150 new cases of Covid were reported in Mumbai today for the 10th consecutive day. There were only four days this month in which fewer than 100 cases were recorded.

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367 cases found on February 11

Earlier on February 11, 367 new cases of Covid had arrived in the city. On Wednesday, 295 new cases of infection were recorded in the country’s industrial capital. According to the health bulletin, 1,658 patients infected with the Corona virus are currently undergoing treatment in the city.

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