Mumbai: 3041 new cases of coronavirus were reported in Maharashtra on Sunday (May 24), which is the highest in a day so far. With this, the total number of patients in the state has crossed 50 thousand. According to a bulletin issued by the state health department, “3041 new cases of coronavirus were reported in the state on Sunday, while 58 people have died of the disease”.
The total number of infected patients in the state has gone up to 50231, with 33988 active (under treatment) cases. A total of 1635 people have died so far and with the recovery of 1196 patients on Sunday, a total of 14600 people have been cured so far.”
3041 new #COVID19 cases & 58 deaths reported today, taking the total number of cases to 50231, of which 33988 are active cases. Death toll stands at 1635. Total 1196 people recovered & discharged today, 14600 patients have been discharged till date: Maharashtra Health Department pic.twitter.com/Y9ppeipZdkAdvertisement
— ANI (@ANI) May 24, 2020
12 new coronavirus cases in Malegaon, Maharashtra
12 new cases of global epidemic coronavirus (Covid-19) were recorded in Malegaon, Maharashtra and with this the number of people infected with this deadly virus has increased to 936. According to the government report released on Sunday, 12 people were found infected with it on Saturday night while investigating 49 suspected patients.
All newly infected patients are from Malegaon. Seven of these people are from Malegaon city, while five are from rural areas. Out of all the 696 people found in Malegaon, 125 people have been found in 10 taluka in this district, while 76 infected people are from the urban areas of Malegaon.
Malegaon is the hotspot of Corona and out of 47 deaths so far in this district, 44 have died in Malegaon itself. So far, 673 people have recovered from this epidemic and have been discharged from various hospitals. At the same time, there are 216 active cases.
The imposing sudden lockdown was wrong: Thackeray
At the same time, Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray said on Sunday that the imposition of the sudden lockdown was wrong and now it cannot be removed immediately. Amidst the escalation of Covid-19 cases in Maharashtra, Thackeray also said that one needs to be very vigilant in the coming rainy season (monsoon).
He said in a televised message, “It was wrong to impose a sudden lockdown. It would be equally wrong to remove it immediately. It will be a double blow to our people.”
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