BMC releases updated ward-wise data of coronavirus cases

As of August 5, 2020, Mumbai has a total of 1,19,240 cases, out of which 20 per cent cases are active. Andheri, Malad and Dadar have the most number of COVID-19 cases.

BMC releases updated ward-wise data of coronavirus cases

The number of coronavirus (COVID-19) cases in Mumbai have reduced substantially, and the city has shown an improvement with the spread of coronavirus cases. The state of Maharashtra has a total of 4,68,265 cases with 16,476 deaths reported so far. As of August 5, 2020, Mumbai has 1,19,240 cases out of which 6,521 deaths have been reported.

Data released by the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) as of August 4, 2020, showed that out of the 1,18,130 cases, only 20 per cent were active. More than 90,000 patients were discharged from the city. Out of the 20,326 cases, 13,653 cases were asymptomatic, 5633 were symptomatic and 1040 are critical. Officials have conducted more than 5.67 lakh tests so far. Reports also state that BMC has spent INR 600 crores on COVID-19 and the state government has pitched in INR 84 crores.

Here's the ward-wise data released by the BMC as of August 4, 2020.

Ward (area)Number of casesDoubling Rate (Avg: 80 Days)
Ward A (Colaba)280167
Ward B (Sandhurst Road)104356
Ward C (Marine Lines)156481
Ward D (Grant Road)459849
Ward E (Byculla)458091
Ward FN (Matunga)4590
Ward FS (Parel)547285
Ward GN (Dadar)696081
Ward GS (Elphinstone)514182
Ward HE (Khar)4097165
Ward HW (Bandra)311476
Ward KE (Andheri East)7487105
Ward KW (Andheri West)6618100
Ward L (Kurla)5230108
Ward MW (Chembur West)342888
Ward ME (Chembur East)422595
Ward N (Ghatkopar)613288
Ward PN (Malad)713490
Ward PS (Goregaon)380966
Ward RC (Borivali)572348
Ward RN (Dahisar)292756
Ward RS (Kandivali)532065
Ward S (Bhandup)6556110
Ward T (Mulund)502466

The growth rate of coronavirus (COVID-19) cases in Mumbai currently stands at 0.87 per cent. Nine wards in the city have a growth rate which is more than the average, with Ward RC and Ward D currently at 1.47 per cent and 1.43 per cent respectively. 

As of August 4, 2020, Mumbai has a total of 621 containment zones, in which 5609 buildings have been sealed. This has affected 9.3 lakh residents and 2.5 lakh households. 

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