Watch: Flamingoes flock to Navi Mumbai as city remains in lockdown due to coronavirus outbreak
A large number of flamingoes were observed near a pond at Seawoods estate in Navi Mumbai during the COVID-19 lockdown.
A large number of flamingoes were observed near a pond at Seawoods estate in Navi Mumbai during the COVID-19 lockdown. These migratory birds usually stop over at Mumbai on their way to Kutch, Gujarat which happens to be their main breeding ground. Usually seen at Thane creek due to abundance of green-blue algae fueled by human waste, they move to this pond during high tides.
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The daily positivity rate was recorded at 2.31 percent. It has been less than 3 percent for 34 consecutive days, the health ministry said, adding the weekly positivity rate was recorded at 2.24 percent
COVID restrictions have now been replaced with guidance emphasising personal judgement and responsibility on face masks in indoor settings and caution in large gatherings
The sudden jump in the toll comes after Madhya Pradesh added 1,478 'backlog deaths' to its existing record