Financial hub Mumbai currently has a case doubling rate of 1,208 days and a case growth rate of 0.06%
Covid-19 situation in Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai. India detailed 28,326 new cases of Covid-19 on Sunday, reporting cases below the 30,000-mark. Cases and mortalities have been ebbing in most states and their capitals in the country. Even Kerala crossed the wave of increased positive cases brought by the Onam festival.
Detailed below is an overview of the Covid-19 situation prevailing in different places of the country.
Delhi– The national capital reported 29 fresh Covid-19 cases with zero deaths on Sunday. Total cases now stand at 1,438,714. An increase from the 27 cases Delhi reported just a day before, and the 24 cases it reported on Friday. Now, there are 371 active cases in Delhi, of which 118 are home quarantined. A total of 62,546 tests, including 45,525 RT-PCR ones were held in the last 24 hours. The test positivity rate reached 0.05%. So far, in the month of September, three deaths have been detailed.
Mumbai– Mumbai detailed 477 new cases and five deaths. Enhancing the tally of contamination to 741,237 and the casualty toll to 16,084. The city currently has a case doubling rate of 1,208 days and a case growth rate of 0.06% (calculated between September 19-25). 481 people have recovered in the last 24 hours and the recovery rate now reached 97 per cent.
Kolkata– The city reported 139 cases, recording the highest in a single-day tally of 748. Kolkata also detailed one demise on Sunday. Bengal now has 7,683 active cases, while 15,39,974 individuals have recuperated from the disease so far. Including 730 in the last 24 hours, the state health department said. The recovery rate amongst Covid-19 positive patients now reached 98.31 percent.
Chennai– Tamil Nadu reported 194 Covid-19 cases, contributing the second-highest number of cases to Tamil Nadu’s tally of 1,724. Coimbatore recorded 198 cases. The state also detailed 22 more casualties in the last 24 hours.
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