Maharashtra on Tuesday witnessed its covid-19 count to cross the 90,000-mark with jump in 2,259 new cases.
In the last 24 hours 120 more are dead taking the state death toll to 3,289
Of the Total infection count 42,638 people have beaten covid-19 and have recovered from it. Remaining 44,849 with active cases.
Of the entire cases, Mumbai accounts for 51,100 of them. Active cases in Mumbai are at 26,391 while the financial hub’s virus-related price stands at 1,760.
After Mumbai, Thane reported most number of cases at 14,063 with total 8,489 active cases and 355 fatalities thus far .
Out of the entire deaths reported today, 49 deaths occurred within the last two days and therefore the rest are from the amount of 11 May-6 June, 2020. Out of the 71 deaths during this period, 45 were recorded in Mumbai, 11 in Thane, six in Mira-Bhayandar, three in Aurangabad, two in Panvel and one each in Nashik, Ratnagiri, Vasai-Virar and one resident of another state.
Recovery rate within the state is at 46.96% while deathrate is at 3.6%.
Currently, 5,68,073 people are in home quarantine. There are 75,930 beds available in quarantine institutions and 26,470 people are in institutional quarantine currently, the general public health department said.
As per the guidance from Government of India, cluster containment action plan is being implemented in places where clusters of patients are found within the state. There are 3750 active containment zones within the state currently.
Out of 5,77,819 laboratory samples, 90,787 are tested positive (15.71%) for ovid-19 until today.