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Panvel reported 54 new COVID-19 cases on November 23

On Monday (November 23), 54 new COVID-19 cases were found in Panvel municipal area while 20 patients were discharged from the hospital.

Panvel reported 54 new COVID-19 cases on November 23

Panvel reported 54 new COVID-19  positive cases talking the tally for this place to up to 24,886 on Monday, November 24. In addition, 20 patients made a complete recovery and were discharged from the hospital. With this, the total number of people that have recovered reached 23,818. Also, two deaths were reported on Monday, including one each from Kharghar and Khandha Colony.

The total death count for Panvel now stands at 573. At present, there are 495 active patients of coronavirus in Panvel Municipal Corporation.

Among the new cases found in Panvel municipal area, eight are from Panvel, two from New Panvel, one from Khanda Colony, five from Kalamboli, 15 from Kamothe, 22 from Kharghar and one from Taloja.

The numbers of recovered patients include three from Panvel, three from New Panvel, two from Kalamboli, two from Kamothe and 10 from Kharghar.

Maharashtra reported 4,153 new COVID-19 cases, 3,700 recoveries and 30 death on Monday (November 23), taking the total number of cases in the state to 17,84,361. The total death toll for Maharashtra stands at 46,653.

CM Uddhav Thackeray, while addressing the media before Diwali, warned the state about the second wave, and also asked everyone to be cautious for 15 days post the festival. As expected, the number of patients in the city has increased and the state government has decided to take timely steps and has imposed restrictions on Maharashtra-Delhi travel. 

Revised guidelines issued by the government states that all passengers arriving at the Maharashtra border will now be screened, and passengers arriving by train or flight from Delhi, Goa, Rajasthan and Gujarat will have to present a COVID-19 test report. Incase positive, the patients will have to return home or undergo treatment, and it is mandatory for the RTPCR report to be negative to get permission to enter Maharashtra.

The rules issued by the state government are applicable for rail, air and road travel, whereby passengers from Rajasthan, Delhi, Goa and Gujarat should carry the RTPCR test report with them, and the report should have been issued in the last 72 hours. If the passengers travelling by air, do not have a coronavirus test report, they should get a COVID-19 test done at the airport, at their own expense. 

Meanwhile, India reported 37,975 new COVID-19 cases, taking its caseload up to 91,77,841 while 42,314 people are recovered and discharged. A total of 86,04,955 people have discharged from various hospital in the country.

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