Corona cases in Mumbai: 11647 new cases of corona in Mumbai, two deaths – Mumbai maharashtra new covid cases death update today ntc

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  • Decrease in rising corona cases in Mumbai
  • Positivity rate reduced to 19 percent

Covid cases in Mumbai: Corona continues to wreak havoc in the country. Corona cases have created a stir in Maharashtra, but in Mumbai on Monday, there was a decrease in the cases of infection as compared to the previous day. In the financial capital of the country, 11647 Kovid cases have been reported and 2 deaths have occurred within the last 24 hours. Along with this, the test positivity rate has also come down to 19 percent, earlier it was 23 percent.

On Monday, the number of corona infected in Mumbai reached 13648. These patients came in twenty four hours. Apart from this, 5 deaths from Corona were also registered on the same day in the financial capital of the country. At the same time, 19, 474 new patients were confirmed here on Sunday. On Saturday, 20 thousand 318 new Kovid positives were found, while on Friday 20 thousand 971 were found corona infected.

Corona cases registered so far in January

January 11- 11647
January 10 – 13648
09 January – 19474
08 Jan- 20318
07 Jan- 20971
06 Jan- 20181
05 Jan- 15166
04 Jan- 10860
03 Jan- 8082
02 Jan- 8063
01 Jan- 6347

Will the government impose lockdown in Mumbai?

In view of the increasing cases in Mumbai, is the state government considering imposing a lockdown? Answering this question, Mumbai Mayor Kishori Pednekar has said that the Chief Minister believes that no lockdown should be imposed, but people are still not serious about Corona and are not wearing masks. People should follow all the rules of Corona. Earlier, the Mayor had said that a lockdown would be imposed in Mumbai if there were 20000 cases per day.

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