The active caseload in Mumbai has climbed to a total of 1,652 cases, as of now
Recording a spike in the number of fresh cases of COVID in Mumbai, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation reported 250 new cases yesterday. Reportedly, with the rise of 59 infections marked in the last 24 hours, the doubling rate has gone down to 2,915 days marking a decrease of 25 days from yesterday. Notably, two cases of the Omicron variant were recorded in Mumbai earlier on Monday.
Mumbai's active caseload stands at 1,652 cases
According to the daily coronavirus update bulletin filed by the BMC, the active caseload of COVID in the city stands at a total of 1,652. With 263 patients discharged after recovery on Wednesday, the cumulative tally of recovered cases in Mumbai has climbed to 7,43,836. Notably, while the infection tally in Maharashtra shows a noticeable spike, the first Omicron patient residing in Thane has recovered and tested negative for coronavirus today.
Public advised to follow COVID-appropriate behaviour
To curb and contain the spread of this virus the BMC has undertaken a strict approach to penalise people violating the covid-mandated protocols. As per reports, this weekend, the BMC recorded a 100% rise on the number of people fined for not abiding by the mandatory mask rule, as compared to the last month. The general public has been advised to follow the stipulated guidelines and adhere to COVID-appropriate behaviour in order to eliminate the risk of another wave of this viral disease.