Maharashtra, on Sunday, recorded its highest one-day spike with 63,294 new Covid-19 cases. The state also recorded 349 fatalities the sameday.
In less than half of April 2021, Maharashtra has already recorded over 500,000 cases, with 594,179 cases recorded between April 1 and 11. This is close to the caseload recorded in March when the state saw 657,910 new Covid-19 cases. Since April 1, the state has been recording upwards of 40,000 cases and more than 200 deaths (except April 5) every day.
Between April 1 and 10, the state recorded 2,710 deaths. The state’s tally is 3,407,245 cases and 57,987 fatalities.
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