Mumbai's covid tally at 2,45,869 as yet; 894 patients have recovered in the last 24 hours

Over 23% of Mumbai's total Covid-19 cases are senior citizens above the age of 60 and 5% are children and teenagers

Maharashtra's COVID-19 tally as of today stands at 1617658 and 23371 patients were discharged in the state, in the last 24 hours which has taken the recovery count to 1415679. With this, the number of active patients in the state stands at 158852. On the other hand, the capital city reported 1609 positive cases within a day's time, which has pushed the overall case count to 245869 while its death toll has risen to 10384, of which 55 have been freshly reported. Till date, 215269 have recovered in Mumbai and within 24 hours, 894 patients went home after successfully beating the virus.


According to the reports by the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC), over 23% of Mumbai's total Covid-19 cases are senior citizens above the age of 60 and 5% are children and teenagers. The majority of the infected people, fall under the age category of 50 to 59 years, succeeded by patients who are between 30 to 39 years.

As per reports, the doubling rate of the virus in Mumbai, which has been one of the severely affected cities, has come down and the city right now is in a slightly better position than however it was in the month of September. The BMC is making daily efforts to bring the count down and to ultimately, defeat the virus in its entirety. The fatality rate of the state is currently at 2.64% and the number of people who are currently under active medical supervision is approximately around 7,40,090.

BMC records 3% case positivity at free COVID-19 testing centres across Mumbai!

The state authorities have capped the cost of COVID testing at ₹14,000 at private labs in Mumbai.

In view of the rising infection of coronavirus in Mumbai, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation had inducted about 244 free disease testing facilities in the first week of November. Launched in all 24 wards of the financial capital, these zero-cost COVID testing centres witnessed a surged footfall of 1 lakh volunteers, out of which about 3% tested positive for the infection. With the identification of about 26, 929 confirmed cases in Mumbai, the civc body centres have helped discover 11% of the state's confirmed cases in the last month.

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Makkhan Malai at Chowk

As a true-blue Lucknowite, you will relate to the fact that Makhan Malai is nothing short of a pure bliss on a cool winter day. To put it simply, this delicacy embodies the taste of both comfort and luxury melting in your mouth and if you haven't tried it yet, well, it is time! During your strolls amid the nooks and corners of famous markets in Lucknow, you'll find sellers beckoning you with their Makhan Malai thelas but if you want to taste the authentic tones of this dish, then you've to head to the Gol Darwaza in Chowk. Wrapped in a zaika like no other and generous slices of nazaakat, this one dessert is a must-try when in Lucknow.

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Goa's One Time Settlement Scheme 2020 allows defaulters to clear their dues in instalments!

State has proposed to drop DPC fully or partially based on the repayment period opted by defaulters.

The Chief Minister of Goa launched State Electricity Department's new One Time Settlement Scheme 2020 in a function at the Secretariat in Porvorim on Monday. This scheme gives an opportunity to all defaulting consumers to pay their pending dues of electricity bills to the Electricity Department with either partly or fully waiver of Delayed Payment Charges (DPC) based on the period of repayment.

Applications under this scheme can be submitted by the deadline of December 31, 2020. The Cabinet Head dignified this proposition as one of the biggest steps in the state in the last 60 years, adding, a similar scheme would be launched by the public works department (PWD) for water bills as well.

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India's first organ donor memorial in Jaipur honours those who have saved lives of strangers

This exclusive memorial has been established jointly by Mohan Foundation Jaipur Citizen Forum (MFJCF) and the Jaipur Municipal Corporation.

On Friday, to mark the occasion of National Organ Donation Day, the CM of Rajasthan inaugurated the country's first organ donor memorial in Jaipur. This exclusive memorial has been established jointly by Mohan Foundation Jaipur Citizen Forum (MFJCF) and the Jaipur Municipal Corporation, near the city's SMS Hospital, in honour of those who have given life to others in need. The names of 38 organ donors who have saved the lives of over 100 people in Rajasthan, Delhi and Mumbai, are etched on the memorial.

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KMC to allot unique code to each district property in order to increase tax collection in Kanpur

Kanpur Municipal Corporation has hired a Lucknow-based firm to survey all properties & assign the unique code.

In an attempt to increase revenue through tax collection, Kanpur's civic body has decided to assign a unique code to each property across the state, detailing through the identity of the estate. The code will bring all properties in the city- residential, commercial and mix, into the ambit of the tax net, helping the KMC to replenish their revenue bank.

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