Mumbai sees 1,012 new coronavirus circumstances, 1,051 recoveries, 2 deaths

The number of COVID-19 cases in

Mumbai reached 3.35,584 after 1,012 people were discovered with the infection on Tuesday. This is the seventh time in a row that the daily allowance is 1000 plus.

Two deaths took the toll on 11,506 and 1,051 laid-off people lifted the recovery rate to 3:12,458, leaving the metropolis with 10,736 active cases, he added.

The daily growth rate of cases rose from 0.17 percent on Feb. 18 to 0.32 percent, while the doubling time of cases decreased from 417 days to 219 days, data from Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation said.

The city has 21 security zones and 214 sealed buildings, the data showed.

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