Big relief for Mumbai’s Corona, lowest death toll from Covid-19 since April 13

Big relief for Mumbai's Corona, lowest death toll from Covid-19 since April 13

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Mumbai: In the last 24 hours, 34 people have died due to Kovid-19 in the capital of Maharashtra (Maharashtra), the lowest number in a single day on April 13. According to the Brihannumbai Metropolitan Municipality (BMC), the number of people infected in 133 new cases of Kovid-19 in Mumbai on Wednesday has crossed 7 lakh to 7,01,266. During this period, the death toll from the epidemic rose to 14,742, with 34 more patients dying.

Earlier, on April 13, 226 people died in Mumbai due to Kovid-19. Earlier on Tuesday, 10,057 new cases of coronavirus infection were found in Mumbai, and 48 patients died. Mumbai, known as the financial capital of the country, has received reports of nearly one lakh new cases of Covid-19 in the last three days. According to BMC, the number of patients undergoing treatment for Covid-19 in Mumbai has risen to 227,934. In the last 24 hours, 1,021 patients have been discharged from the hospital. Read more: Corona cases improve in Mumbai, 1,057 new cases in last 24 hours

Mumbai had the highest number of 11,16363 new covid infections on April 14, and a record 90 patients died in May. So far, 56,466 people in Mumbai have succumbed to the deadly virus. In Mumbai, the recovery rate from Covid-19 has risen to 99 percent.

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