Coronavirus Outbreak: COVID-19 tally in Panvel crosses 7,000 cases as of July 30

As of July 30, The Panvel Municipal Corporation (PMC) recorded 119 fresh cases of the coronavirus, taking the COVID-19 tally above 7,000 cases.

Coronavirus Outbreak: COVID-19 tally in Panvel crosses 7,000 cases as of July 30

According to the official update issued by the Panvel Municipal Corporation (PMC) on Thursday, July 30, the coronavirus tally of PMC has reached to 7,005 cases after 171 fresh cases of the coronavirus were reported within the PMC. On the other hand, the number of fatalities is at 159 as of Thursday after 2 people succumbed to the disease in the city.

On July 29, the fresh cases reported in the PMC area include 31 cases from Kamotha, 27 from Kharghar, 20 from New Panvel, 14 from Kalamboli, 12 from Panvel, 7 from Khanda Colony, 4 from Ghotkamp and one each from Navde, Dharna Camp, Pendhar and Taloja Phase-2. 

Till now, 4,737 people were discharged from hospitals taking the number of active cases to 1,452. As per the update on Wednesday, 119 patients who have recovered from the COVID-19 have been discharged. The current recovery rate of PMC is at 74.86 per cent.

Out of total 6,343 coronavirus patients registered till date, 4,737 patients have recovered and returned home. 154 people have died. At present, there are 1,452 active cases of the coronavirus in the PMC.

Meanwhile, Maharashtra on Thursday, July 30, has reported 11,147 fresh cases of the coronavirus in the last 24 hours, taking the tally of confirmed cases to 4,11,798, according to the state health department.

The death toll in the state rose to 14,729 after 266 patients succumbed to the coronavirus, in the last 24 hours. The case fatality rate in the state stands at 3.58 per cent, way above the country's 2.21 per cent.

MumbaiLive would like to send you latest news updates