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Maharashtra reported 1,881 COVID-19 cases, an increase of 81%; no deaths were recorded.

Maharashtra reported 1,881 new coronavirus cases on Tuesday, up 81% from the previous day and the most since February 18, as well as one B.A.5 variant case, according to the state health department. There were 1,242 new cases in the state capital of Mumbai alone, nearly quadrupling the number on Monday. During the day, no […]

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117 new COVID-19 cases are reported in Mumbai, the most since February 25
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Mumbai reported 117 new coronavirus positive cases on Wednesday, the city’s highest one-day total since February 25, bringing the city’s Read more

Home isolation allowed for mildly symptomatic patients in Mumbai, period reduced to 7 days
The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) on Thursday said the COVID-19 patients with mild symptoms can stay in home

The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) on Thursday said the COVID-19 patients with mild symptoms can stay in home isolation instead Read more

Fuel prices touch record high in Delhi, Mumbai
Petrol price at Rs 101.80 per litre in Rajasthan's Sri Ganganagar

By Admionistrator_India Capital Sands Prices of petrol and diesel touched a record high of Rs 85.45 a litre and Rs Read more

With 42% living in slums, virus casts long shadow across Mumbai

MUMBAI: In 1898, colonial authorities created the Bombay Improvement Trust on the heels of a devastating plague to upgrade living Read more

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117 new COVID-19 cases are reported in Mumbai, the most since February 25

Mumbai reported 117 new coronavirus positive cases on Wednesday, the city’s highest one-day total since February 25, bringing the city’s overall count to 10,60,187, according to the city municipal authority. The mortality toll in Mumbai remained steady at 19,563 as no one died from the infection in the recent 24 hours, according to a bulletin […]

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Maharashtra reported 1,881 COVID-19 cases, an increase of 81%; no deaths were recorded.
new coronavirus cases

Maharashtra reported 1,881 new coronavirus cases on Tuesday, up 81% from the previous day and the most since February 18, Read more

Home isolation allowed for mildly symptomatic patients in Mumbai, period reduced to 7 days
The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) on Thursday said the COVID-19 patients with mild symptoms can stay in home

The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) on Thursday said the COVID-19 patients with mild symptoms can stay in home isolation instead Read more

Fuel prices touch record high in Delhi, Mumbai
Petrol price at Rs 101.80 per litre in Rajasthan's Sri Ganganagar

By Admionistrator_India Capital Sands Prices of petrol and diesel touched a record high of Rs 85.45 a litre and Rs Read more

With 42% living in slums, virus casts long shadow across Mumbai

MUMBAI: In 1898, colonial authorities created the Bombay Improvement Trust on the heels of a devastating plague to upgrade living Read more

Read More
The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) on Thursday said the COVID-19 patients with mild symptoms can stay in home
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Home isolation allowed for mildly symptomatic patients in Mumbai, period reduced to 7 days

The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) on Thursday said the COVID-19 patients with mild symptoms can stay in home isolation instead of institutional quarantine or hospital. Amid an exponential rise in cases in Mumbai, the BMC also reduced the minimum period of home isolation to seven days from the earlier 14 days. According to fresh guidelines […]

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Covishield, Covaxin prices likely to be capped at Rs 275 per dose
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46 inmates, 43 staffers of three jails in Delhi test positive for COVID-19
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Kolkata traffic police faces backlash over reintroducing breathalyser tests amid COVID-19 spike
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Petrol price at Rs 101.80 per litre in Rajasthan's Sri Ganganagar
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Fuel prices touch record high in Delhi, Mumbai

By Admionistrator_India Capital Sands Prices of petrol and diesel touched a record high of Rs 85.45 a litre and Rs 75.63 a litre, respectively, in Delhi on January 22. Oil marketing companies raised the prices of both petrol and diesel by 25 paise on the day, with the prices hitting an all-time high. In Mumbai […]

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Maharashtra reported 1,881 COVID-19 cases, an increase of 81%; no deaths were recorded.
new coronavirus cases

Maharashtra reported 1,881 new coronavirus cases on Tuesday, up 81% from the previous day and the most since February 18, Read more

117 new COVID-19 cases are reported in Mumbai, the most since February 25
COVID-19 cases

Mumbai reported 117 new coronavirus positive cases on Wednesday, the city’s highest one-day total since February 25, bringing the city’s Read more

Home isolation allowed for mildly symptomatic patients in Mumbai, period reduced to 7 days
The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) on Thursday said the COVID-19 patients with mild symptoms can stay in home

The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) on Thursday said the COVID-19 patients with mild symptoms can stay in home isolation instead Read more

With 42% living in slums, virus casts long shadow across Mumbai

MUMBAI: In 1898, colonial authorities created the Bombay Improvement Trust on the heels of a devastating plague to upgrade living Read more

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With 42% living in slums, virus casts long shadow across Mumbai

MUMBAI: In 1898, colonial authorities created the Bombay Improvement Trust on the heels of a devastating plague to upgrade living conditions in the city. The trust opened up congested neighbourhoods, built housing for workers, and laid down strict rules for ventilation and sanitation. Their measures shaped modern Bombay. Amidst a new pandemic, it’s clear the […]

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Maharashtra reported 1,881 COVID-19 cases, an increase of 81%; no deaths were recorded.
new coronavirus cases

Maharashtra reported 1,881 new coronavirus cases on Tuesday, up 81% from the previous day and the most since February 18, Read more

117 new COVID-19 cases are reported in Mumbai, the most since February 25
COVID-19 cases

Mumbai reported 117 new coronavirus positive cases on Wednesday, the city’s highest one-day total since February 25, bringing the city’s Read more

Home isolation allowed for mildly symptomatic patients in Mumbai, period reduced to 7 days
The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) on Thursday said the COVID-19 patients with mild symptoms can stay in home

The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) on Thursday said the COVID-19 patients with mild symptoms can stay in home isolation instead Read more

Fuel prices touch record high in Delhi, Mumbai
Petrol price at Rs 101.80 per litre in Rajasthan's Sri Ganganagar

By Admionistrator_India Capital Sands Prices of petrol and diesel touched a record high of Rs 85.45 a litre and Rs Read more

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