Mumbai: Latest updates on May 31
Mumbai: Latest updates on May 31

Mumbai reports 1,066 new COVID-19 cases, 22 deaths

With the addition of 1,066 new COVID-19 cases on May 30, Mumbai's infection tally rose to 7,05,575. Now, there are 27,322 active cases in the city.

Mumbai reported 22 deaths due to coronavirus on Sunday which pushed its fatality count to 14,855 as per data released by the city's civic body. 1,327 COVID-19 patients recovered and were discharged on Sunday taking the recovery count to 6,61,226.

Maharashtra logs less than 20K Covid cases, lowest in over 2 months

As the number of cases in the city has been witnessing a steady drop, Mumbai added 1,066 new Covid cases and 22 deaths on May 30. With this Mumbai's cumulative caseload of Covid and death toll rose to 7,05,575 and 14,855 respectively.

The city as of Sunday has 27,322 active cases.

Meanwhile, Maharashtra’s overall daily caseload of the Covid-19 fell to 18,600 on Sunday, taking the state’s infection tally to 5,731,815. Also, 402 people succumbed to the viral disease during the 24 hours ending on Sunday, taking the state's death toll to 94,844. For the first time in more than two months, Maharashtra has added less than 20,000 fresh Covid-19 cases in a single day. On March 16, the western state saw 17,864 new cases.

Maharashtra extends lockdown in state till June 15

The Maharashtra government on Sunday decided to extend the ongoing lockdown in the state by 15 days till June 15.

"Lockdown is being extended for 15 days, shall be in place till June 15 now. Depending on the case tally of districts, certain relaxations and restrictions will be enforced," Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray said.

Nitin Gadkari takes issues related to basic amenities & infrastructure in Maharashtra seriously. I praise his work either by writing articles or on Twitter. This doesn't mean that I support his political stand. He's right person in wrong party: Maharashtra Min Ashok Chavan

Bodies of COVID-19 patients floating in rivers a shame for India: Maha minister

Maharashtra Revenue Minister and Congress leader Balasaheb Thorat on Sunday said the scenes of the bodies of COVID-19 victims floating in rivers and lying in the sand in some states have tarnished the image of India in the world.

Speaking on the seventh anniversary of the Modi government, he slammed the BJP for the rise in prices of petrol and diesel.

Catch a glimpse of Western Railway HQ Building at Churchgate with multi-colour LED luminaires

Latest update on Maharashtra Class 12 board exam 

CM Uddhav Thackeray demanded a uniform education policy in the country and stressed the need for revolutionary decisions in the field of education in view of the pandemic.

"Education policy should be uniform for the country, especially for examinations that impact the future of students like Class 12. We have decided to cancel Class 10 exams and will soon take a decision on the Class 12 exams. But I would appeal to Pime Minister Narendra Modi to take a call on having a uniform policy in education sector," he said.

Maharashtra: Thane records 708 new COVID-19 cases, 51 more deaths

Elgar Parishad case: Stan Swamy tests coronavirus positive

Shiv Sena says battle for Maratha reservation to be fought in Delhi

84,430 vaccinated; cumulative vaccination tally reaches 2,23,06,998

MVA issues clarification on Break The Chain order issued on May 30 extending lockdown up to June 15

Ajit Pawar inaugurates drive-in vaccination centre in Pune 

COVID-19 in Maharashtra: Will malls, gyms, spas, salons and cinema halls remain open in Mumbai, Navi Mumbai, Pune? Here's what new Break the Chain order says

Class 12 board exams of CBSE and CISCE: Centre to take decision within two days

First Ever Trial Run of the Metro Line 2A & 7

Mumbai: Pre-monsoon showers lash city

LoP Devendra Fadnavis meets Sharad Pawar

BJP leaders protest against MVA govt as it does not invite LoP Devendra Fadnavis for Metro flagging off ceremony

BJP leaders protest against MVA govt as it does not invite LoP Devendra Fadnavis for Metro flagging off ceremony
BJP leaders protest against MVA govt as it does not invite LoP Devendra Fadnavis for Metro flagging off ceremony
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Mumbai Metro sets off on its trial run - Watch video 

COVID-19 in Mumbai: Students complain of inadequate stock on their first day of drive

Mumbai's civic-run zoo to expand by 10 acres for new animals

COVID-19: Maha's Raigad left with 6,857 active cases

Tauktae: Raigad damage assessment report ready, say officials

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