Mumbai: Latest updates on July 3
Mumbai: Latest updates on July 3
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Mumbai records 676 new COVID-19 cases, 27 deaths

Mumbai reported 676 new COVID-19 cases on July 2, Friday, taking the total tally to 7,23,555.

546 COVID-19 patients recovered and were discharged on Friday, taking the recovery count to 6,97,140. Now, there are 8598 active cases in the city.

City recorded 27 deaths due to coronavirus on Friday which pushed its fatality count to 15,499 as per data released by the city's civic body.

(With inputs from agencies)

Maharashtra logs 8,753 new COVID-19 cases, 156 deaths; 8,385 patients discharged

Maharashtra on Friday recorded 8,753 fresh COVID-19 cases, taking the number of active cases to 1,16,867. Besides, 156 COVID-19 deaths were reported in the day, taking the number of total fatalities to 1,22,353.

8,385 patients were discharged in the day, taking the tally to 58,36,920. The recovery rate in the state rose to 96.01%. The case fatality rate in the state is 2.01%.

Currently, 6,24,745 people are in home quarantine and 4,472 people are in institutional quarantine.

Maha: Rs 15 lakh, explosives seized in Gadchiroli anti-Naxal operation

Explosives and Rs 15 lakh cash hidden by Naxals in Kudri forest in Maharashtra's Gadchiroli district has been found in an operation carried out by security forces, an official said on Friday.

A team comprising C-60 commandos, a specialized combat unit of Gadchiroli police, and personnel from other security forces' units conducted an operation in Kudri forest in Ettapalli taluka on Thursday and uncovered Rs 15.16 lakh cash, four electric buttons, three detonators, one switch, a walkie talkie set, wire bundles and Maoist pamphlets, a release from the district SP's office said.

Maharashtra govt announces evaluation criteria for Class 12 state board

The Maharashtra government has announced the policy for allotment of marks to the state board students of Class 12, as its exams were cancelled this year owing to the coronavirus pandemic.

State School Education Minister Varsha Gaikwad made the announcement. To assess the performance of a student, his/her scores in college-based assessments in Class 12 and 11 internal exams, and the average of best three performing subjects in Class 10 of the board exams will be considered, she said.

"After several rounds of consultations with various stakeholders, we have finalised the assessment mode & the policy for tabulation of marks for Std 12th HSC board students. Given the pandemic situation, state board is permitted to pass all students," Gaikwad said in a statement.

COVID-19 in Mumbai: Vaccination drive was organised at Free Press House for employees by Free Press Journal

COVID-19 in Mumbai: Vaccination drive was organised at Free Press House for employees by Free Press Journal
COVID-19 in Mumbai: Vaccination drive was organised at Free Press House for employees by Free Press Journal
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COVID-19 in Mumbai: Vaccination drive was organised at Free Press House for employees by Free Press Journal
COVID-19 in Mumbai: Vaccination drive was organised at Free Press House for employees by Free Press Journal
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COVID-19 in Mumbai: Vaccination drive was organised at Free Press House for employees by Free Press Journal
COVID-19 in Mumbai: Vaccination drive was organised at Free Press House for employees by Free Press Journal
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COVID-19: Navi Mumbai civic body vaccinates sex workers

Three people of Pappaa Management arrested by Mumbai Police in Barge 305 drowning incident during cyclone Tauktae in May. 70 people lost their lives in the incident: Police

ED summons NCP leader Anil Deshmukh for questioning on July 5

Maharashtra | People turn out in large numbers to get inoculated as COVID19 vaccination resumes after four days in Nagpur

TV actor Pracheen Chauhan, who also appeared in serial 'Kasauti Zindagi Kay' season 1, arrested for allegedly molesting a girl. A case has been registered: Mumbai Police

Dilip Kumar Sahab's health is still stable. He is still in ICU, we want him to take home but we are waiting for the doctors' approval. He will not be discharged today, says his wife Saira Banu He was admitted to Mumbai's PD Hinduja Hospital due to breathing issues on June 30.

Maharashtra | COVID19 restrictions relaxed in Aurangabad district, monuments allowed to be open till 4pm for visitors

Three people of Pappaa Management arrested by Mumbai Police in Barge 305 drowning incident during cyclone Tauktae in May. 70 people lost their lives in the incident: Police

Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Court remands all 3 persons to Police custody till July 8.

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