13,659 fresh COVID-19 infections in Maharashtra, recovery rate reaches 95.01 pc
As many as 13,659 new coronavirus cases, 300 deaths and 21,776 discharges were registered in Maharashtra on Saturday, according to the state's public health department bulletin.
The cumulative caseload of the state mounted to 58,19,224 while the recoveries touched 55,28,834. A total of 99,512 persons have succumbed to COVID-19.
(With inputs from agencies)
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Mumbai reported 866 new COVID-19 cases on June 5, taking the total tally to 7,10,807. Now, there are 16,133 active cases in the city.
City recorded 29 deaths due to coronavirus on Saturday which pushed its fatality count to 15,018 as per data released by the city's civic body. 1045 COVID-19 patients recovered and were discharged on Saturday taking the recovery count to 6,77,445.
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Coronation of Shivaji Maharaj is a golden moment engraved on the heart of Maharashtra, Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray said on Sunday as he paid tributes to the warrior king who was crowned "Chhatrapati" of the independent Maratha kingdom in 1674.
In normal times, public rallies and processions mark the coronation day at Raigad Fort, but due to the COVID-19 pandemic, no public function was held for the second consecutive year.