- 42 crore deaths of infected patients recorded in the state today.
- During the day 2630 new patients were diagnosed and 1535 patients were tax free.
- The cure rate in the state is 95.23 per cent.
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Efforts are underway to bring the Corona outbreak under complete control in the state. The health system is working day and night. Although it has had a lot of success, it is clear that the crisis is not over yet as the Corona figures fluctuate on a daily basis. The state’s health department released today’s Corona figures, which found that the number of patients recovering from Corona is much lower than the number of new patients, while the death toll continues to rise.
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Another 42 crore infected patients have died in the state today. So far, 51,042 people have died in the outbreak. At present, the corona mortality rate in the state is 2.52 per cent. In the last 24 hours, 2,630 new patients have been diagnosed in the state and 1,535 patients have returned home after overcoming corona. Till date, a total of 19 lakh 27 thousand 335 patients have become tax free in the state. The recovery rate in the state is currently 95.23 percent. Out of 1 crore 45 lakh 59 thousand 160 laboratory samples tested till date, 20 lakh 23 thousand 814 (13.9 per cent) samples have tested positive. At present, 1 lakh 91 thousand 975 persons are in home quarantine and 2 thousand 324 persons are in institutional quarantine in the state.
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The number of active patients in the state has increased again. This number had come down to 43,000. This number has increased to 44,199 today. The highest number of 13 thousand 504 patients are in Pune district. At present there are 7 thousand 677 active patients in Thane district while in Mumbai Municipal Corporation this number is 5 thousand 769.
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