Mumbai: Latest updates on May 21
Mumbai: Latest updates on May 21
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COVID-19: Mumbai reports 1,425 cases, 59 deaths on May 20; 29,525 active cases

With the addition of 1,425 new COVID-19 cases on May 20, Mumbai's infection tally rose to 6,93,664. Now, there are 29,525 active cases in the city.

Mumbai reported 59 deaths due to coronavirus on Wednesday which pushed its fatality count to 14,468 data released by the city's civic body Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) said. 1460 COVID-19 patients recovered and were discharged on Thursday taking the recovery count to 6,47,623.

(With inputs from agencies)

Maharashtra: COVID-19 active cases plummet below 4 lakh-mark; 47,371 recover, 738 die in a day

The active COVID-19 cases in Maharashtra have plummeted below the 4 lakh-mark. There are 3,83,253 active cases, the official data released on Thursday evening showed.

Maharashtra recorded 29,911 new COVID-19 cases in the day. Besides, 738 COVID-19 deaths were reported in the day, taking the number of total fatalities to 85,355.

Don't make a mockery of education system by promoting Class X students: Bombay HC to State govt 

BMC takes TDR process online 

Pune district reports 3,801 new COVID-19 cases, 94 deaths

Pune district reported 3,801 new coronavirus cases on Thursday, taking its COVID-19 count to 9,84,787, a health department official said.

He said the death toll reached 15,757 after 94 more patients succumbed to the infection in the western Maharashtra district in the last 24 hours.

Nineteen dead due to cyclone Tauktae in Maharashtra

Cyclone Tauktae claimed a total of 19 lives in Maharashtra while 37 persons were injured in cyclone-related incidents, the state disaster management authority said on Thursday evening.

Celebrities getting vaccinated with Aaditya's blessings: BJP

BJP MLA Atul Bhatkhalkar on Thursday alleged that Bollywood actors and celebrities are getting vaccinated against coronavirus `without any hassles' with Maharashtra minister Aaditya Thackeray's help.

Barge tragedy: NCP seeks culpable homicide case against ONGC

MSRTC's freight service earns revenue of Rs 56 cr in 1st year

Offence is registered under section 304(2), 338, 34 IPC at Yellowgate Police Station on the complaint of barge engineer of P305 against the Barge Captain and others.

At least 13 Naxals killed in Maharashtra's Gadchiroli, encounter underway

Maharashtra CM Uddhav Thackeray on visit to cyclone-affected areas  

1,56,491 vaccinated on May 20; tally reaches 2,04,99,346

Bhima Koregaon case: Stan Swamy seeks interim bail

Thane district's COVID-19 count rises by 1,137, death toll by 59

Uddhav Thackeray hinted at extending the lockdown beyond June 1 amid galloping cases of mucormycosis, shortage of vaccine doses & on-going preparations to face Covid-19 third wave. Although corona cases are falling, present variant is more lethal & its spread is fast

I would prefer to suffer and die in Taloja jail than go to JJ Hospital: Father Stan Swamy seeks interim bail, refuses to get hospitalized

Barge P305 death toll rises to 51 with recovery of 2 more bodies; 24 from P305 still missing: Navy official.

Pune: Mylab to make one cr COVID home test kits before national rollout on June 1

Mylab Discovery Solutions, which has developed a do-it-yourself COVID-19 testing kit for symptomatic patients, is building a stock of one crore units of the recently-approved home test kits before a national rollout on June 1, a top official said on Friday.

The Pune-based company, which is also credited with making the first indigeneous RT-PCR kit last year, is developing an integrated molecular testing product which focused on automation, as its next big project, the official said.

API Riyaz Kazi who was arrested by NIA in Antilia Bomb scare case has been dismissed from the police force

Nagpur guardian minister Nitin Raut takes note of unruly behaviour of a cop with vegetable hawker at Mangalwari market

Free Shiv Bhojan Thali scheme extended till June 14

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