Maharashtra sees spike of 8,623 fresh Covid-19 cases, Mumbai cases drop to 987

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Mumbai reported swimming for the first time in the last few days with 987 cases, the number fell below 1,000.

Crowd at a vegetable market in Maharashtra's Solapur amid Covid-19 surge.(PTI)
Crowd at a vegetable market in Maharashtra’s Solapur amid Covid-19 surge.(PTI)

The gap between new infections and daily recovery increased in Maharashtra because the state saw an increase in a stable fresh Covid-19 infection. For the fourth day in a row on Saturday, the state reported more than 8,000 fresh infections. With 8,623 new cases and 3.638 recovery, the Covid-19 curve country remains at a critical point. Mumbai, on the other hand, reported swimming for the first time in the last few days with 987 cases, the number fell below 1,000.

On Friday, the country reported 8,333 new cases while the additional Mumbai was 1,035. On Thursday, the country reported 8,702 new cases where 1,145 were in Mumbai.

Maharashtra Regency already exists in their guards because Amravati extends its sustainable group for a week on Saturday. Lockdown has also been expanded in Akola, Akot, Murjitnagar. The latte observes Janata Lockdown voluntary this weekend to contain the spread of infection.

Spurt in the number of cases began in the second week of February, which was seen as a result of general weakness, Covid-19 strain mutations and unlocking. Restrictions have been applied in the regency while supervision has been strengthened in Mumbai.

When 11 regencies of the Vidarbha region have become episentres of what is called the second wave of infection in the state, other districts have isolated this region by imposing travel restrictions.

 

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