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Nagpur records 500+ cases for second time in December

According to reports by the health ministry, the latest cases have taken the district's COVID-19 count to 1,13,269 and the toll reached 3,707, the official said. Of the casualties reported so far, 2,550 were from Nagpur city.

Nagpur records 500+ cases for second time in December
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At least 536 persons tested positive for coronavirus, while 15 died of the infection in Maharashtra's Nagpur district on Thursday, December 3, an official said. With this, Nagpur accounted for more than half of the new COVID-19 cases reported in Vidarbha on the same day.

However, this was the second 500+ spike in the cases reported in three days of December in Nagpur.

According to reports by the health ministry, the latest cases have taken the district's COVID-19 count to 1,13,269 and the toll reached 3,707, the official said. Of the casualties reported so far, 2,550 were from Nagpur city, while 1,157 were from rural areas and outside the district.

Vidarbha’s COVID-19 death toll has reached to 6,110 after witnessing 23 deaths in a day on December 3. Meanwhile, Nagpur accounted for 15 out of those 23 deaths reported on the same day. However, of the 15 deaths, seven are from Nagpur city which is worrisome for the authorities.

Here is the district-wise division of active cases in the Nagpur division:

Districts

COVID-19 cases

  Recovered cases

   No. of Deaths


  Active Cases

Amaravati       

18,735

17,386

355

992

Akola

9,626

8,795

352

474

Washim

6,362

5,911

148

301

Buldhana        

12,102

11,210

207

680

Yavatmal

12318

11340

359

615

Nagpur

115165

107843

3012

4295

Wardha

8398

7530

221

643

Bhandara

11403

10008

228

1166

Gondia

12680

11696

130

848

Chandrapur

21108

18251

333

2523

Gadchiroli

7615

7081

62

467


The fatality rate of Vidarbha continued to be at 2.7 per cent, which is higher than state’s average of 2.6 per cent and national average of 1.5 per cent. Whereas, in all, 2,12,034 have recovered by now, pegging the region’s recovery rate at 92 per cent.

As on December 3, Maharashtra recorded 5182 new cases and 115 new COVID-19 deaths.

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