Covid-19 circumstances spike once more in Maharashtra, over 6,000 check constructive in final 24 hours

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A well being employee leaves a residential space after conducting swab checks for COVID-19 following rise in Coronavirus circumstances at Dharavi, in Mumbai on February 19, 2021.


After exhibiting a downward pattern for months, coronavirus circumstances are as soon as once more surging in Maharashtra. In accordance with official knowledge launched on Friday, the state recorded 6,112 constructive circumstances in final the 24 hours. As many as 44 deaths have been reported from throughout the state taking the overall loss of life toll to 51,713. 

The variety of lively circumstances in Maharashtra stands at 44,765.  

So far as the capital metropolis Mumbai is anxious, 823 circumstances and 5 deaths have been reported within the final 24 hours. The full variety of circumstances within the metropolis has now reached three,17,310, whereas the loss of life toll is 11, 437 

ALSO READ: Buildings with over 5 COVID sufferers to be sealed in Mumbai as circumstances rise – Test BMC’s new guidelines

Two new mutations discovered

In what might be a reason for fear, Researchers have discovered two new mutations in coronavirus samples from Amravati and Yavatmal districts of jap Maharashtra which might escape neutralizing antibodies.

Yavatmal and Amravati are among the many districts which have proven a substantial improve in new circumstances within the final one week.

ALSO READ: 1-day lockdown in Maharashtra’s Amravati, restrictions in Yavatmal as coronavirus circumstances surge

Involved by rising variety of coronavirus circumstances, the Yavatmal district administration has ordered a ten-day lockdown beginning February 18.

A weekend lockdown has additionally been introduced in Amravati district of the Vidarbha area from eight pm on Saturday to 7 am on Monday.

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