Mumbai: Latest news updates from the city on April 15

Maharashtra: Medical students relieved as UG exams starting from April 19 postponed

Medical students are relieved after the state minister of medical education Amit Deshmukh on Thursday announced that examinations of medical students to be conducted from April 19 via offline mode by the Maharashtra University of Health Sciences (MUHS), Nashik will be held in June.

Nawab Malik demanded the Centre should declare COVID19 pandemic as natural calamity

198 inmates, 86 jail staff test positive for COVID-19 in Maharashtra prisons

Maharashtra prisons, which faced the brunt of COVID-19 last year, has stated that 198 prisoners across 47 prisons in the state have tested positive for the virus as of Wednesday. 86 prison staff too have tested positive and are either undergoing treatment or are in quarantine.

The maximum number of cases were reported from Yerwada prison in Pune where 31 inmates and 11 prison staff were tested positive for the virus followed by Kohlapur with 29 inmates, Thane Central Prison with 26 inmates and Arthur Road prison in Mumbai with 18 inmates who tested positive. 15 inmates at Nashik Central Central Jail, 10 inmates at Nagpur Central Jail were the other prisons where the COVID-19 patients had touched the double-figure.

Thane reports 5,566 new COVID-19 cases

Vasai: Cyber crooks dupe student by offering free laptop

Shocking! Suspected COVID-19 patients treated on benches at Kalyan civic hospital

With increasing cases of Covid-19 in Kalyan and Dombivli, the twin-city are leading with shortage of beds. Suspected patients coming for covid-19 test are forced to be treated on benches in passage of the hospital.

COVID-19 in Mumbai: 8,217 test positive, 49 succumb on day one of 'janata curfew'

Maharashtra records 61,695 COVID-19 cases; active cases jump to 6,20,060

COVID-19 in Mira Bhayander: MLA seeks Kolhapur Model to tackle oxygen crisis in twin-city

Maharashtra PWD Minister Ashok Chavan visited Nanded's jumbo COVID centre in Bhakti Lawns

Maharashtra PWD Minister Ashok Chavan visited Nanded's jumbo COVID centre in Bhakti Lawns, earlier today. The centre consists of 200 beds and will be operational in three days.

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