Dadar sees four new cases on January 26

On Tuesday, January 26 Dadar and Mahim records nine new COVID-19 cases with zero new case of COVID-19 in Dharavi maintaining the tally at 3,911

Dadar sees four new cases on January 26

On Tuesday, January 26 Dadar reported four new COVID-19 cases taking the tally up to 4,912. According to Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) in total 4,653 people have been completely recovered and discharged. At present, there are 86 active COVID-19 cases in Dadar. On the other hand, Mahim reported five new COVID-19 cases taking the tally up to 4,755. While 4,492 people have completely recovered. At present, 119 people are home quarantined in Mahim area.

Meanwhile, Mumbai’s largest slum colony Dharavi did not report a single new case of COVID-19 maintaining the tally at 3,911. While in total 3,583 people have been recovered from the disease. At present, Dharavi has only 16 active COVID-19 cases.

Earlier, on Friday, January 22 Dadar and Dharavi reported zero COVID-19 cases. For Dharavi, this is the second such instance during the pandemic since December 25, 2020. G-North Ward, which includes Dharavi, Mahim and Dadar, was the second worst-hit ward in the BMC limits out of the 24 administrative wards. So far, the ward has registered 13,578 COVID-19 cases, 12,728 recoveries and 221 active cases.

Mumbai reported 342 new COVID-19 cases, 778 recoveries and six deaths on Tuesday, January 26, taking the total number of cases in the financial capital to 3,06,735. According to Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) data, there are 5,716 active cases and 2,88,801 patients have completely recovered so far. The death toll is at 11,313 in the city. The recovery rate stands at 94 per cent. At present 27,29,011 tests have been conducted by the BMC. There are 188 contaminated zones in slums and chawls while 2,179 buildings are sealed by the BMC.

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