Mumbai: Latest updates on May 10
Mumbai: Latest updates on May 10
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COVID-19: Mumbai reports 2,403 cases on May 9, lowest single-day count since March 30; 32,590 tests conducted

With the addition of 2,403 new COVID-19 cases on May 9, Mumbai's infection tally rose to 6,74,072. Now, there are 47,416 active cases in the city. This is the lowest single day spike since March 30.

Mumbai reported 68 deaths due to coronavirus on Sunday which pushed its fatality count to 13817, data released by the city's civic body Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) said. 3,375 COVID-19 patients recovered and were discharged on Sunday taking the recovery count to 6,13,418.

Maharashtra records less than 50,000 new COVID-19 cases; 60,226 patients discharged in a day

Maharashtra is continuing to see a decline in its daily COVID-19 numbers. According to the Union Health Ministry, the state is showing early signs of plateauing. On Sunday, the state recorded 48,401 new cases, taking the number of active cases to 6,15,783. Besides, 572 COVID-19 fatalities were registered in the day, taking the death toll to 75,849.

60,226 patients were discharged in the day, taking the tally to 44,07,818. The recovery rate in the state stands at 86.4%. The case fatality rate in the state is 1.49%.

Gadkari gives BJP tutorial in Covid etiquette

Union Minister Nitin Gadkari has advised BJP leaders and party cadres to not indulge in politics and publicity gimmicks in the present pandemic but instead, work tirelessly to help the needy. At a virtual interaction with party office bearers from Nagpur, Gadkari said, “Don't do politics. Don’t put up hoardings or flags or publicise your work. If people sense political gimmickry, they won’t appreciate it from the heart. You, as well as the party will automatically get credit for your work. Because of the media, it reaches everyone. Don’t try to publicise the supply of one oxygen concentrator with four party workers. It will create a bad impression about you.”

Thane doctor booked for treating Covid-19 patients without permission from govt

NITI Aayog CEO Amitabh Kant lauds BMC for COVID-19 mitigation efforts

List of vaccination centres issued by BMC for 45+

Vaccine will be administered to ones with online booking. Walk-in only for Health Care Workers and Frontline WorkersCOVID-19: Indian Navy ships carrying medical supplies to arrive in Visakhapatnam, Mumbai, New Mangalore today

Mumbai: Latest updates - List of vaccination centres issued by BMC for 45+
Mumbai: Latest updates - List of vaccination centres issued by BMC for 45+

Navi Mumbai: List of vaccination centres issued by NMMC

Mumbai: Latest updates - List of vaccination centres issued by BMC for 45+

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Cumulative vaccination as of 7 am on May 10: 1,79,70,191

Congress MP Rajeev Satav detected COVID-19 negative after 19 days; to be discharged soon

COVID-19: Biocon founder Kiran Mazumdar Shaw lauds BMC and Uddhav Thackeray for their mitigation efforts 

Maha: Thane's COVID-19 count rises by 1,752, death toll by 50

Mumbai civic body denies suppressing COVID-19 death toll

Tata Memorial Centre to give 3,800 02 concentrators to cancer grid hospitals

1,10,448 vaccinated on May 9 in Maharashtra 

COVID-19: NITI Aayog CEO Amitabh Kant praises Mumbai model 

COVID-19: Indian Navy ships carrying medical supplies to arrive in Visakhapatnam, Mumbai, New Mangalore today

COVID-19: Over 1.8 cr people vaccinated in Maharashtra so far

A total of 1,80,88,042 people have so far received COVID-19 vaccine doses in Maharashtra, the state government said on Monday.

On Sunday, 1,10,448 beneficiaries received the jabs in the state, it said.

Former MP from Baramati constituency and veteran Janata Dal leader Sambhajirao Kakde is no more

Government of India should completely decentralize the vaccination app: Jayant Patil

NCP's Nawab Malik slams centre for fuel hike 

COVID-19: Indian Navy ships carrying medical supplies arrive in Mumbai

Mumbai: Latest updates - List of vaccination centres issued by BMC for 45+

Pune: Jobless man commits suicide after killing wife & son

Prakash Dahake, former MLA of Karanja-Manora Assembly constituency passes away

NCP, Congress hit out at Centre over its handling of COVID-19 situation in country, call for "one nation, one policy"

Maharashtra onion farmers ask NAFED to pay 30 rupees/kg for buffer

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