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Mumbai: 458 Patients Test Positive For COVID-19 On September 30, 2021

Apart from this, seven fatalities were logged, six of whom had comorbidities.

Mumbai: 458 Patients Test Positive For COVID-19 On September 30, 2021
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According to the data released by the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC), on September 30, 458 patients tested positive for COVID-19 in the Greater Mumbai area. The total number of positive patients who recovered and were discharged was 414.

Apart from this, seven fatalities were logged, six of whom had comorbidities. Whilst three were male, four were female. Three deaths were between 40 to 60 years of age, the remaining four were over the age of 60.

The recovery rate of Mumbai with these updates is now at 97%, the overall growth of coronavirus cases in Mumbai from September 23 and 29 is 0.06%. The doubling rate of the island city is now at 1151 days.

Additionally, based on the containment measures taken on September 29, there continue to be zero containment zones in the city. There are, however, 46 active sealed buildings. The high-risk contact tracing undertaken in the last 24 hours was 2,084.

In other developments, nearly 23 students from Mumbai’s KEM Hospital tested positive for COVID-19. Mumbai’s mayor, Kishori Pednekar added that they were vaccinated with at least one jab. While some have mild symptoms, Pednekar says that the virus may have spread because a cultural or sports event was conducted in the college. Apart from this, a building in Khar was sealed because seven of its residents tested positive.   

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