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Coronavirus: Death toll in Thane district crosses 1,000-mark

According to the official data released by the public health department of Maharashtra, the Thane district has witnessed a total of 1,019 deaths due to COVID-19.

Coronavirus: Death toll in Thane district crosses 1,000-mark
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The number of coronavirus cases in Thane district has been increasing rapidly given the huge population which resides in the regions surrounding Mumbai city and its suburbs. 

Despite the efforts of local as well as state administration, the situation seems to be getting serious. As of June 2 morning, the number of fatalities in the entire Thane district has crossed the 1,000-mark. According to the official data released by the public health department of Maharashtra, the Thane district has witnessed a total of 1,019 deaths due to COVID-19. 

The Thane district comprises of six municipal corporations and two municipal councils. As of June 2 morning, the Thane Municipal Corporation (TMC) has reported 361 deaths followed by 178 deaths in Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation (NMMC) areas. 

Moreover, the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation (UMC) and the Bhivani-Nizampur Municipal Corporation (BNMC) have reported a total of 94 and 36 fatalities, respectively. 

The twin-city of Mira-Bhayandar has reported 158 deaths till now due to COVID-19 while the government figures show 71 deaths in the rest of areas in Thane. However, the number of recovered patients in the Thane districts are 1,5621 while the active cases remain 22,675. 

Meanwhile, a strict lockdown has been imposed in Thane from July 2 to July 12 in view of the increasing COVID-19 cases. The complete shutdown in Thane will remain from 7:00 AM on July 2 to 7:00 PM on July 12. Maharashtra has already extended the lockdown in the state till July 31

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