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COVID-19 Deaths in Mumbai are at an all-time low, with only two recorded in the last ten months.

It brought the total number of deaths caused by the pandemic in India's financial capital to 11,476, while the number of cases grew to 3,27,619, with 849 new infections reported.


On Tuesday, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) recorded only two COVID-19 fatalities, the lowest in the last ten months.

It brought the total number of deaths caused by the pandemic in India's financial capital to 11,476, while the number of cases grew to 3,27,619, with 849 new infections reported.


Last week, the city registered over 1,000 cases a day.


The number of fatalities on Tuesday, according to a BMC official, was the lowest since April of last year. Since the beginning of the year, the daily death toll has decreased, varying between three to eleven years old.


The city had 855 new cases and four deaths as of Monday.





On Tuesday, 903 patients were able to return to their homes in the area. It raised the total number of recovered patients to 3,05,639, or approximately 93% of the total caseload.


There are currently 9,633 COVID-19 cases in the city.


The city's average COVID-19 case growth rate has risen to 0.29 percent from 0.17 percent on February 18, although the average case doubling time has decreased to 242 days from 417 days.


The city's cumulative number of coronavirus tests has risen to 33,10,190, with 18,469 tests performed in the last 24 hours.


According to a BMC official, 12,907 people were inoculated on Tuesday at 26 vaccination centers across the region, including 1,091 healthcare employees, 2,250 front-line workers, 6,263 senior citizens over 60 years, and 590 people in the 45-59 age group, bringing the total number of people inoculated to 2,41,747.


A total of 2,713 people received a second dose of the vaccine, bringing the total number of people who received a second dose to 26,540.


The Union government has approved vaccination at 29 major private hospitals in Mumbai, according to Iqbal Singh Chahal, the city's municipal commissioner.


Just three private hospitals have been built so far, in addition to government and civic-run hospitals and COVID-19 centers.






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