COVID-19: Mumbai's single-day coronavirus case count crosses 11,000-mark; tally now at 4.5 lakh

With the death of 25 coronavirus patients, the fatality count of the metropolis reached 11,776, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation said in a statement

Press Trust of India April 04, 2021 21:14:48 IST
COVID-19: Mumbai's single-day coronavirus case count crosses 11,000-mark; tally now at 4.5 lakh

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Mumbai: Mumbai recorded its highest single-day spike of 11,163 new coronavirus cases on Sunday, which pushed the city's caseload to 4,52,445, the civic body said.

With the death of 25 patients, the fatality count of the metropolis reached 11,776, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) said in a statement.

A total of 5,263 patients were discharged from hospitals, which took the recovery count to 3,71,628.

As many as 43,597 tests were conducted across the city on Sunday, which took its overall test count to 42,49,175, the BMC said.

The COVID-19 recovery rate of the Mumbai district is 82 percent, while the case growth rate from 28 March to 3 April was 1.61 percent.

The case doubling rate is 42 days, the statement said.

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