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Mumbai reports 1,354 COVID-19 cases, 31 deaths in one day

Nearly 2,22,41,70 coronavirus patients have recovered in Mumbai till now while the total number of COVID-19 cases remain 2,54,240.

Mumbai reports 1,354 COVID-19 cases, 31 deaths in one day
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The number of coronavirus cases in Maharastra and Mumbai has been increasing on a daily basis. This has become a major concern for the state administration. On Wednesday, 91 people died due to the coronavirus in the state. 

Meanwhile, the administration in Mumbai has managed to gain some control over the COVID-19 deaths and increasing cases. Despite increasing coronavirus cases, the Maharashtra government has recently written to the railway administration to allow general passengers to travel in local trains as part of the ‘Mission Begin Again’. 

The rise in COVID-19 cases has been reported after the government eased lockdown restrictions. As per the data released by the public health department, on Wednesday, 31 COVID-19 patients died in Mumbai. 

The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) is making efforts to control the number of rising coronavirus cases in Mumbai. However, 1,354 fresh COVID-19 cases were reported in the city. 

Nearly 2,22,41,70 coronavirus patients have recovered in Mumbai till now while the total number of COVID-19 cases remain 2,54,240. As of October 28, the active cases in Mumbai are 19,357 and the death toll in the metropolitan has reached 10,196. 

On Wednesday, Maharashtra reported 6,738 new coronavirus patients and 91 deaths. However, nearly 8,430 coronavirus patients recovered and were discharged from the hospital. 

14,86,926 coronavirus patients in the state have recovered until now. The recovery rate in Maharashtra stands at 86.5 per cent. Out of 87,68,879 laboratory samples, 16,60,766 have been tested positive (18.94 per cent) for COVID-19 until today  

Currently, 25,28,544 people are under home quarantine and 12,988 people are in institutional quarantine. The fatality rate in the state remains at 2.62 per cent.

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