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BMC eases lockdown guidelines, malls in Mumbai permitted to reopen

Unlock 3 in Mumbai has come with several relaxations for the people. Aligning with the State Government's 'Mission Begin Again', the directive issued by BMC permits various activities which were otherwise restricted due to rise in corona cases.

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450 samples tested at Bandra's first drive-through Covid-19 testing facility

The Suburban Diagnostic and Hotel Executive Enclave have collaborated to house Bandra's first drive through COVID-19 testing centre at the hotel premises. This has been legitimized as the most safe method of testing by medical and health officers across the spectrum, and the process is executed in less than 10 minutes!

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57% slum-dwellers show antibodies in Mumbai; City inches towards herd-immunity

Mumbai witnessed a sudden fall in the number of corona virus cases on Tuesday, which is also the lowest in last 3 months. With 700 new cases, the total number of active cases in the city now has reached 19,990.

Another encouraging news for Mumbaikars is the Serosurvey report which highlights the fact that Mumbai is heading towards 'herd immunity' with a massive recovery rate of 73% and a doubling rate of 69 days. The study also reveals that 57% of the city slum population has developed antibodies already.

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Lowest number in 100 days! Mumbai reports 700 new COVID-19 cases

A day after achieving the maximum covid testing capacity of 9000, the city of Mumbai reported its lowest tally of coronavirus cases in a hundred days. With as many as 8776 tests, about 700 coronavirus cases were reported on Tuesday- its lowest single day tally in 3 months. The total case load of the city now stands at 1,10,182 with 21,812 active cases.

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Improvement in Mumbai's recovery rate; 1984 people recovered in a single day

Even though Mumbai has recorded about 1245 fresh cases on Thursday, the growth in the recovery rate has considerably reduced the tally of active cases in the city to around 22,599. As many as 1984 people were said to have recovered in a single day in the city.

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