Mumbai on Sunday did now no longer see any deaths because of Covid-19 for the first time since 26 March 2020, stated town civic commissioner Iqbal Singh Chahal.
“As municipal commissioner, I salute group MCGM (Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai) for their magnificent performance,” he added.
The city had stated its first coronavirus contamination on 11 March 2020, and its first demise six days later on 17 March that year.
Mumbai had recorded the top 11,163 instances on 4 April this year and the maximum number of deaths at 90 on 1 May.
Further, Chahal stated that a complete of 97% of the eligible residents of Mumbai have acquired their first dose of vaccination and 55% are completely vaccinated.
“Let us all keep the masks on our face and let each citizen of Mumbai get vaccinated if a number of us have not yet. I appeal to absolutely each person to help us preserve Mumbai safe,” he added.
The town logged 367 positive instances on Sunday. With this, Mumbai’s caseload has not reached 7,50,808 and the demise toll 16,180.
A announcement from the civic health branch stated that 518 patients recuperated in the course of the day, pushing the recovery be counted number to 7,27,084.
A overall of 28,697 tests had been carried out, which took the general test be counted number to 1,09,57,392. There are 5,030 active Covid-19 instances in Mumbai at present.
Its recovery rate is 97%, whilst the case doubling rate is 1,214 days. The usual increase rate of coronavirus instances from 10 to sixteen October is 0.06%.