New Delhi: According to data from the National Health Department, Maharashtra recorded 21,029 COVID-19 cases on Wednesday, September 23 (September 23), bringing the total number to 12,63,799, with 479 deaths. As many as 19,476 patients in the state have been discharged, and 9,56,030 patients have recovered from the disease. It is worth noting that the state currently has 2,73,477 cases active.
However, the city of Mumbai reported 2,360 new infections on Wednesday, increasing its number of cases to 1,90,264, while the death toll rose to 8,604, of which 49 coronavirus patients died in the state’s capital.
The Mumbai branch, composed of the city of Mumbai and its affiliated towns, reported 5,663 new cases, increasing the total to 4,48,717. So far, a total of 15081 people have died of COVID-19 in the area.
Pune City added 1,797 COVID-19 cases, bringing its total to 1,46,062, while 26 deaths brought the death toll to 3,329. The state has so far conducted 61,06,787 tests.
Of the 479 deaths recorded on Wednesday, 251 were reported in the last 48 hours and 127 occurred a week ago. The health department said another 101 people died more than a week ago.
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The total number of cases in the Pune branch was 3,35,749 and the death toll was 7,303, while the cumulative total of cases in the Nashik branch was 1,66,911 and the death toll was 3,397.
So far, the Kolhapur department has reported 84,799 cases and 2,511 deaths, while the Aurangabad department has a total of 48,059 cases and 1,250 deaths.
So far, the Latur department has reported 49,777 cases and 1,365 deaths, while the Akola department has so far recorded 36,323 cases and 762 deaths in the area. The Nagpur branch recorded 92,072 infections and 2,097 deaths.
1,392 COVID-19 patients outside Maharashtra have been treated in the state, and 120 such patients have died. A total of 18,75,424 people in the state are currently in home isolation, while 34,457 are in institutional isolation.
The COVID-19 data in Maharashtra is as follows: positive cases: 12,63,799, new cases: 21,029, deaths: 33,886, discharged: 9,56,030, active cases: 2,73,477, tested so far People: 61,06,787.
A new battle to help fight COVID-19
The Chief Minister of Maharashtra, Uddhav Thackeray, said on Wednesday that his government has just launched the My Family-My Responsibility Campaign will step up the fight against COVID-19 in the state, which has recorded more than 1.2 million cases so far. case.
In a video conference with Prime Minister Narendra Modi (Narendra Modi), Thackeray said that due to the large-scale health campaign aimed at curbing the spread of the coronavirus, the case fatality rate and COVID-19 positive rate are also expected to decline.
Thackeray told the prime minister that his government is establishing a remote ICU system in rural areas of Maharashtra and establishing post-COVID care centers for people who have recovered from the infection.
The “My Family, My Responsibility Campaign” was launched on September 15 to provide effective healthcare education to control the pandemic.
It is carried out in two phases-in September and October-with the goal of covering 225,000 households twice. In addition to raising public awareness of COVID-19, the campaign also envisages conducting health checks to identify symptoms and then treating patients appropriately.
Thackeray asked the Prime Minister to deliver a speech to the country on the country’s fight against COVID-19 in the context of the upcoming holiday, and informed the Prime Minister of the measures his government has taken to curb the spread of COVID-19, and stated that the goal is 15 100 million tests every day.
Four COVID-19 centers will be upgraded in Aurangabad
In Aurangabad, at least four COVID-19 care centers will be upgraded to dedicated health care centers. As infections in the city increase, the number of beds will also increase.
Municipal Commissioner Astik Kumar Pandey told PTI that the civil group had closed the test center at the entrance of the city because it was unable to test everyone during the “unlock” phase.
The official said that the four COVID-19 care centers in Aurangabad city will be upgraded to dedicated COVID-19 care centers and will add at least 1,000 beds to their facilities, adding that the city will continue. Extensive testing, of which nearly 20% has so far been tested on the adult population within the city.
(Input by agent)