With 30,535 new COVID-19 circumstances, Maharashtra on Sunday recorded its highest spike since March 2020. This has pushed the state’s whole tally to 24,79,682. Meanwhile, 99 fatalities had been additionally reported, taking the general loss of life toll to 53,399, the state well being division mentioned. It mentioned that as many as 11,314 sufferers had been discharged in the course of the day, taking the general depend of recoveries in Maharashtra to 22,14,867. Mumbai reported 3,779 recent COVID-19 circumstances within the day whereas ten sufferers succumbed to the viral an infection.
The state had reported its first COVID-19 case in March last 12 months. The day by day variety of circumstances had began rising step by step and in September last 12 months, a couple of lakh circumstances had been added in Maharashtra inside a span of merely per week.
A LOOKBACK AT LAST 10 DAYS
On March 20, Maharashtra reported 27,126 new COVID-19 circumstances and 92 deaths. The state additionally discharged 13,588 individuals from hospitals. Pune recorded the best 3,200 new circumstances, adopted by 2,982 in Mumbai and a couple of,873 in Nagpur metropolis.
On March 19, the state noticed 25,681 new COVID-19 circumstances with the caseload crossing the 24 lakh mark. With 70 fatalities, the loss of life toll reached 53,208. Mumbai recorded 3,063 new circumstances, adopted by 2,872 in Pune metropolis and a couple of,617 in Nagpur metropolis. About 14,400 sufferers had been discharged from
hospitals, taking the overall recoveries to 21,89,965.
On March 18, as many as 25,833 circumstances had been reported. It took the caseload to 23,96,340 whereas 58 fatalities pushed the loss of life toll to 53,138. On the opposite hand, as many as 12,764 sufferers had been discharged from hospitals. Nagpur metropolis recorded 2,926 new circumstances, adopted by 2,877 in Mumbai and a couple of,791 in Pune metropolis.
On March 17, Maharashtra reported as many as 23,179 new circumstances of coronavirus. With these new circumstances, Maharashtra’s general an infection depend rose to 23,70,507. With 84 deaths reported, the state’s fatality depend jumped to 53,080. As many as 9,138 sufferers had been discharged from hospitals in the course of the day, taking the restoration depend to 21,63,391.
On March 16, the state witnessed 17,864 new circumstances and 87 deaths. The caseload within the state rose to 23,47,328 and loss of life toll reached 52,996. As many as 9,510 sufferers had been discharged from hospitals in the course of the day, taking the overall of recoveries to 21,54,253.
On March 15, Maharashtra reported 15,051 new coronavirus circumstances, taking the state’s caseload to 23,29,464, whereas 48 fatalities took the loss of life toll to 52,909. As many as 10,671 coronavirus sufferers had been discharged, taking the rally of recoveries to 21,44,743.
On March 14, Maharashtra recorded a spike of 16,620 new COVID-19 circumstances, which pushed its general caseload to 23,14,413, whereas 50 deaths took the toll to 52,861.
On March 13, The state noticed the addition of 15,602 recent COVID-19 circumstances and 88 deaths, taking the tally to 22,97,793 and the toll to 52,811. With 7,461 sufferers getting discharged from hospitals in the course of the day, the depend of recoveries in Maharashtra rose to 21,25,211. Nagpur metropolis recorded 1,828 new circumstances, adopted by 1,709 in Mumbai and 1,667 in Pune metropolis.
On March 12, Maharashtra recorded 15,817 new infections, taking the caseload to 22,82,191, whereas the loss of life toll reached 52,723 with 56 new fatalities. The state had earlier reported greater than 15,000 circumstances on October 2 last 12 months, after which new circumstances had declined. As many as 11,344 sufferers had been discharged from hospitals, taking the overall of recoveries to 21,17,744.
On March 11, The state witnessed 14,317 new coronavirus infections, which took its caseload to 22,66,374. With 57 fatalities, the loss of life toll reached 52,667. As many as 7,193 sufferers had been discharged from hospitals, taking the overall of recoveries to 21,06,400.