Coronavirus cases in Maharashtra: 230Mumbai: 92Pune: 30Islampur Sangli: 25Nagpur: 16Pimpri Chinchwad: 12Kalyan: 6Ahmednagar: 5Thane: 5Navi Mumbai: 4Yavatmal: 4Vasai-Virar: 4Satara: 2Panvel: 2Kolhapur: 2Ulhasnagar: 1Aurangabad: 1Ratnagiri: 1Sindudurga: 1Pune Gramin: 1Godiya: 1Jalgoan: 1Palghar: 1Buldhana: 1Nashik: 1Gujrat Citizen in Maharashtra: 1Total Deaths: 10Total Discharged: 39BMC Helpline Number:1916State Helpline Number:022-22694725

Coronavirus Update: 15 COVID-19 patients discharged, informs Rajesh Tope

Along with this, Tope stated that one each in Mumbai and Thane were tested positive for the coronavirus or COVID-19 on Wednesday while the current count of the positive cases in Maharashtra is 124.

Coronavirus Update: 15 COVID-19 patients discharged, informs Rajesh Tope
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As the number of positive coronavirus or COVID-19 cases in the state increase to 124, Maharashtra Public Health Minister Rajesh Tope on Thursday informed that 15 people who were tested positive for the coronavirus have been discharged from their respective hospitals. 

Along with this, Tope stated that one each in Mumbai and Thane were tested positive for the coronavirus or COVID-19 on Wednesday while the current count of the positive cases in Maharashtra is 124. 

“The current count of COVID19 patients in the state of Maharashtra is 124. Yesterday evening, 1 each in Mumbai & Thane such 2 patients have been identified as positive. 15 people from these have been recovered and are discharged from the respective hospitals (sic),” Maharashtra Public Health Minister tweeted on Thursday. 

Although the number of cases for the coronavirus or COVID-19 has been increasing in Maharashtra, the number of cases being recovered are also high, Tope further said. 

On Wednesday, Tope had tweeted that 14 people who were tested positive for COVID-19 have been recovered and are in process of being discharged from the hospitals. 

Maharashtra has become the worst-hit state with 124 active cases of the coronavirus with four deaths. Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday announced a nationwide lockdown for 21-days in order to tackle the ongoing coronavirus crisis.

Earlier, the Maharashtra government set up a dedicated WhatsApp helpline - “COVID Helpline Maharashtra” - that people can message on with a “Hi” and stay updated about the facts and guidance related to the coronavirus or COVID-19. The helpline number is +912026127394.

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