Mumbai's COVID-19 tally crosses 5 lakh-mark with 9,200 cases
Mumbai's coronavirus tally crossed the five lakh-mark on Friday with the addition of 9,200 cases, while the death toll reached 11,909 as 35 patients died, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) said.
The number of deaths reported on Friday is the highest since October 26 last year, when 37 persons had died, the data shared by the civic body said.
Two-time MLA of Maharashtra Raosaheb Antapurkar passes away
55 years old Congress MLA was tested COVID-19 positive. He represented Degloor-Biloli assembly constituency of Nanded district.
In Photos: Weekend lockdown in Mumbai
Deserted look of Govandi and Mankhurd stations on Saturday morning due to lockdown
Scene at the Vashi station on Saturday morning due to lockdown
CM Uddhav Thackeray to hold online meeting with various political party leaders on COVID-19 and total lockdown
Scene outside Vashi station on Saturday morning due to COVID-19 lockdown
Mumbai under weekend lockdown till 6am on Monday
Weekend lockdown begins in Pune
A weekend lockdown, aimed at curbing the coronavirus cases, started in Pune district of Maharashtra at 6 pm on Friday.
It will continue till 7 am on Monday.
The district administration issued an order to that effect on Friday.
BMC received one lakh Covishield doses today
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Mumbai: No takers for vaccine in first half of day
Even as the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) on Friday announced that Vaccination Centres in the city will remain operational on both the days of Weekend lockdown, a majority of centres in the city witnessed either low or no turn out during the first half on Saturday. The vaccination centre at Bandra Kurla Centre which was shut on April 9 after vaccine stocks were over, opened up on Saturday just to see no takers in the first half of the day.