Maharashtra Coronavirus Cases : Deaths in State Crosses 10,000 mark
Maharashtra Coronavirus Cases: Maharashtra has reported the maximum number of cases in the country, and is the top contributor for coronavirus cases and fatalities. The state registered a record high surge in the cases yesterday, as around 8,139 cases were reported in the last 24 hours. The number of deaths due to coronavirus in the state have also crossed the 10,000 deaths mark. As many as 223 deaths were reported yesterday in the state, and now the total count is at 10,116.
In Maharashtra Coronavirus cases have now crossed over 2,46,000 coronavirus cases. the number of recovered patients has now reached 1,36,985. The total number of tests the state has conducted so far lies at 12,85,991.
In Maharashtra, Mumbai crossed the 90,000 mark, as the city reported over 1,354 cases yesterday. the recovery rate in the city however is 68%, which is impressive. There are around 22,738 active cases in Mumbai. Apart from Mumbai, Thane and Pune are turning out to be new Coronavirus hotspot cities in state. Thane has reported over 59,000 cases while Pune has reported just over 37,000 cases. Mumbai, Thane and Pune are adding a huge number on daily basis to Maharashtra Coronavirus Cases .
Yesterday famous Bollywood personality Amitabh Bachchan, along with his son Abhishek Bachchan tested positive for the coronavirus, and were taken to the Nanavati Hospital. It has been reported that the two have mild symptoms, and are in a stable condition. Bachchan’s family, which includes Jaya Bachchan, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, and his granddaughter Aaradhya have tested negative for coronavirus.
Asia’s largest slum Dharavi’s effort to curb the coronavirus has been lauded by Maharashtra CM Uddhav Thackeray. A hotspot of the past has now successfully managed to flatten its curve. The largest slum in the continent has gained the status of a global role model, and rightfully so. Even World Health Organisation appreciated the way Dharavi was able to contain the spread of Coronavirus.
To ensure the end of coronavirus, proper precautionary measures need to be taken by all. Dharavi, despite being an overpopulated slum, managed to flatten the coronavirus curb. This brings hope to everyone about the possible eradication of the virus.
How to stay safe from Coronavirus?
Everyone is anxiously waiting for a vaccine to develop, but it will take until the end of 2020 to start manufacturing any kind of vaccine, as the trials, production take a lot of time. Hence, before any kind of vaccine is developed and manufactured, people will need to continue taking extra precautions and maintain social distancing.
Now that there is emerging evidence regarding coronavirus being airborne, it is imperative for people to take extra care of themselves and family while going out. Proper sanitization of groceries and other goods will also ensure safety from a possible infection caused due to uncleaned and infected good brought from market places.
India now has reported around 8,49,533 cases in the country. A record high surge was registered in the country yesterday, with over 28,637 new cases being reported. More than 19,000 people were recovered from the disease yesterday.
The government has ramped up its efforts, and around 2.85 lakh tests are being conducted every day. However, had the number of tests per day were not so limited during the early months of the coronavirus, it is possible that such a huge surge could have been controlled. Even now, despite increasing the testing rate so much, it remains very less per million population. Any unidentified cases are still moving about and spreading the virus.
More testing and screening, by the government, and proper following of guidelines by the people of the country are what can save the country from the tight grip of the virus.
Maharashtra Coronavirus Cases : Death in State Crosses 10,000 mark
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