Coronavirus cases in Maharashtra: 691Mumbai: 377Pune: 82Islampur Sangli: 25Kalyan-Dombivali: 23Navi Mumbai: 22Pimpri Chinchwad: 20Nagpur: 17Ahmednagar: 17Thane: 15Panvel: 11Latur: 8Vasai-Virar: 6Aurangabad: 5Buldhana: 5Yavatmal: 4Satara: 3Usmanabad: 3Ratnagiri: 2Kolhapur: 2Jalgoan: 2Palghar: 2Ulhasnagar: 1Sindudurga: 1Pune Gramin: 1Godiya: 1Nashik: 1Washim: 1Amaravati: 1Gujrat Citizen in Maharashtra: 1Total Deaths: 32Total Discharged: 52BMC Helpline Number:1916State Helpline Number:022-22694725

Vashi resident admitted for suspected coronavirus

As per the civic officials, two other travellers who too isolated at the Chinchpokli Hospital on Saturday were tested negative for coronavirus

Vashi resident admitted for suspected coronavirus

A 29-year-old woman from Vashi has recently been placed in quarantine for suspected coronavirus after she returned from a trip through Beijing, Bangkok and a Malaysian city. Luckily, the patient has been tested negative for coronavirus. 

As per the civic officials, two other travellers who too isolated at the Chinchpokli Hospital on Saturday were tested negative for coronavirus. Additional civic commissioner Suresh Kakani stated that all three have tested negative for coronavirus.

"Two were discharged while the third was found positive for H1N1 and is still in the hospital,"  the doctor told TOI.

Till Sunday, 48,295 travellers were screened at the city airport since January 18. Alongside, 46,218 travellers were screened for COVID at Mumbai International Airport from January 18 onwards. 

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Of these, 288 travellers were from Maharashtra and 82 of them with symptoms such as fever were put in various isolation facilities across the state.

"Eighty samples sent by the state were found negative as per the reports of National Institute of Virology, Pune," said a state government official. 

Meanwhile, the Mumbai Coastal Road project, which is one of the most ambitious transport projects in the city has also been affected due to the outbreak. Even prior to the inception of its construction work, the current Coronavirus scare has affected the plan as the team is dependent on the equipment and manpower from the respective country for the 9.8km tunnelling. 

As per plans, the schedule of Girgaum Chowpatty to Malabar Hill tunnelling was expected to begin from May 2020, and the Tunnel Boring Machine (TBM) for the same was to be imported from Shanghai (China).

The equipment was expected to leave China on March 1, 2020, and reach Mumbai by April, as the clearance process takes a month approximately. But experts have been denied the visa due to the outbreak.

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