COVID-19: Mumbai sees a dip in cases, 4,758 test positive on March 30

Mumbai on Tuesday recorded 4,758 new Covid-19 cases. On March 28, the highest single-day surge in the city since the pandemic outbreak last year was recorded.

With this, total count of positive cases went up to 4,09,320. The city reported 10 COVID-19 deaths, taking the total fatalities to 11,661.

As per BMC reports, there are 49,167 active patients in the city.

Maharashtra on Monday (March 29) recorded 31,643 new COVID-19 cases. The previous highest single-day surge was 40,414 cases, which was recorded on Sunday, March 28.

Besides, 102 COVID-19 deaths were recorded in the day. The case fatality rate in the state is 1.98%.

20,854 patients were discharged in the day, taking the tally to 23,53,307. The recovery rate in the state stands at 85.71%.

Meanwhile, Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray-led Maharashtra government on Friday announced the imposition of a night curfew across the state from Sunday (March 28) amid a massive rise in COVID-19 cases. The decision was taken after Thackeray held a meeting with district collectors and divisional commissioners through video conferencing.

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