Maharashtra on Wednesday recorded 1,800 new coronavirus cases, more than half of them from Mumbai and a steep jump from 836 a day ago, while six more patients succumbed to the infection in the state, the health department said.
With these new additions, the overall COVID-19 numbers rose to 80,76,165, while casualties increased to 1,48,180, said the department in a bulletin.
On Tuesday, the state had recorded 836 cases and two casualties linked to the respiratory illness.
Mumbai recorded 975 new cases and two coronavirus-related casualties, said the bulletin.
Municipal corporations of Mira Bhayander, Nashik, Pimpri-Chinchwad and Satara district recorded one casualty each, it said.
The case casualty rate in the state stood at 1.83 per cent, while the recovery rate was 98.02 per cent.
It said 2,182 patients recovered from the infection in the last 24 hours, taking their cumulative count to 79,16,615 and leaving the state with 11,370 active cases.
The department said 22,953 coronavirus tests were conducted in the state in the last 24 hours, pushing up their overall count 8,37,01,554.
Maharashtra's coronavirus figures are as follows: Total cases 80,76,165; new cases 1,800; casualties 1,48,180; recoveries 79,16,615; active cases 11,370; total tests 8,37,01,554.
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