The COVID-19 tally in Nashik reached 4,04,078 on Sunday after 112 cases were detected, while the day also saw two deaths and 135 people getting discharged from hospitals, an official said.
He said the recovery count in the district stood at 3,94,439 and the toll is 8,549.
With 3,393 samples being examined on Sunday, the number of tests in Nashik went up to 23,71,048, he added.
Meanwhile, Maharashtra on Sunday reported 4,797 new coronavirus positive cases and 130 fatalities while 3,710 patients recovered, the state health department said.
With the new additions, the tally of cases in Maharashtra reached 63,92,660 and the death toll to 1,35,039, it said.
A total of 61,89,933 patients have recovered from coronavirus infection in Maharashtra so far, leaving the state with 64,219 active cases.
Mumbai reported 262 cases during the day and 4 deaths, taking the tally to 7,39,331 and the toll to 15,981.
The Mumbai division saw 699 fresh infections and 12 deaths, raising the total to 16,52,731 and the number of fatalities to 34,724, the department said.
Nashik division added 901 new cases including 748 in the Ahmednagar district. Pune division reported 1,982 infections including 619 in the Satara district, 582 in Solapur district and 436 in Pune district.
Kolhapur division added 921 infections, including 367 in the Sangli district, and 200 in the Kolhapur district, the department said.
Aurangabad division reported 55 new cases, the Latur division 197 including 123 infections in the Beed district. Akola division added 35 cases and the Nagpur division 7 cases.
Nagpur city saw one case. Nagpur, Gondia, Chandrapur and Gadchiroli districts did not report a fresh COVID-19 case.
Akola, Amravati, Latur and Nanded cities and the Yavatmal district also did not report any new case.
With 1,99,963 new tests, the number of samples tested so far in Maharashtra reached 5,09,59,730, the department said.
Tally of COVID-19 cases in Maharashtra is as follows: Positive cases 63,92,660, deaths 1,35,039, total tests 5,09,59,730, active cases 64,219, tests today 1,99,963
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