Amid rising COVID-19 cases, the Maharashtra Cabinet will meet at 4 pm today to discuss additional measures to curb the spread of infection.
The cabinet will also review the water stock in various reservoirs.
After the cabinet meeting, CM Uddhav Thackeray convened a meeting of MVA leaders at his official residence, Varsha to review its strategy ahead of the Rajya Sabha polls on June 10.
Maharashtra on Sunday reported 1,494 fresh COVID-19 cases, including 961 in Mumbai, and one fatality due to the infection, taking the tally of infections to 78,93,197 and the toll to 1,47,866, the state health department said.
The state had recorded 1,357 new coronavirus infections and one pandemic-related death the day before.
Sunday is the fourth consecutive day when the state reported more than 1,000 cases.
The state has 6,767 active cases now, the department said in a statement.
A total of 25,994 samples were tested on Sunday, taking the cumulative number of tests conducted so far in Maharashtra to 8,10,61,270.
With the discharge of 614 patients after COVID-19 treatment, the state's count of recoveries mounted to 77,38,564.
Mumbai saw 961 fresh cases and one COVID-19 fatality, raising the tally to 10,68,936 and the death toll to 19,569.
The Mumbai division reported 1,362 new infections, taking the total number of cases to 22,46,796. The overall COVID-19 death toll in the Mumbai region is 39,840.
The Nashik division reported 13 new cases, Pune division 99, Kolhapur division 2, Aurangabad division eight, Latur division one, Akola division four, and Nagpur division reported five cases.
COVID-19 figures in Maharashtra are as follows: Positive cases 78,93,197, deaths 1,47,866, recoveries 77,38,564, active cases 6,767, total tests 8,10,61,270, tests today 25,994.
(With agency inputs)