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Third wave in Mumbai: 18% more cases of corona were found in the first week of September than in August, entry of devotees in Ganesh pandals banned; Shop timings changed in Nagpur

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Mumbai is once again under threat of corona infection in the midst of Ganeshotsav, which is going to start from September 10. BMC Mayor Kishori Pednekar has even said that the third wave has knocked in Mumbai. In the first week of September, there has been an increase of about 18% in the total cases of corona in Mumbai. During the last week, 2,939 new cases have been reported here. Compared to the first week of August, this figure is about 18% more. Between August 1 and August 7, 2,413 new cases were reported in Mumbai.

BMC has warned that the next 15 days are going to be very important. BMC has banned devotees from visiting Ganesh pandals during Ganeshotsav. In Nagpur also the risk of corona is increasing continuously, here too the opening time of shops has been changed. Now shops will open here only till 4 pm.

Crowd of people gathered at a vaccination center in Mumbai.

Crowd of people gathered at a vaccination center in Mumbai.

More than 400 cases every day in September
On Tuesday, 349 corona cases were reported in Mumbai and 5 patients died. With this, the number of corona patients in Mumbai increased to 7 lakh 46 thousand 725 and the death toll reached 15,998. If you look at the figures, you will find that every day since September 1, more than 400 corona patients have come every day except Monday.

A day before this, the record of several weeks was broken, when 496 cases came. With the jump in daily cases, the number of active cases has increased from 3,400 on 7 September to 3,718. The growth rate of Corona in Mumbai has gone up to 0.06%. Mumbai city reported 349 new cases of Kovid-19 and two deaths, while Pune city reported 238 new cases and two deaths.

datecases in mumbaicases in nagpur
1 september4166
September 24416
September 34421
4 september4137
5 september4955
6 september3831 1
7 september34919

Appeal to people to celebrate Ganeshotsav by staying at home
The Mayor of Mumbai has said – We have decided to celebrate the festival only by staying at our home during Ganeshotsav. I appeal to Mumbaikars to celebrate Ganeshotsav at home under ‘Mera Ghar, Mere Vappa’ and ‘Mera Mandal, Mere Vappa’. Everyone should worship Vappa in their respective homes. He said that the people of Mandal have assured to celebrate Ganeshotsav following the Corona protocol. 10 selected people in each circle will see the complete work.

Entry of devotees banned in Ganesh pandals in Mumbai
In view of the increasing risk of infection, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) has announced strict restrictions during the 10-day long Ganeshotsav. According to the new circular of BMC, the entry of devotees in Ganesh pandals will now be completely banned. Organizers will have to make arrangements for darshan through online medium. The BMC has said that the organizers should arrange for online darshan through social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter, as well as through cable and local TV channels.

In view of the threat of a third wave of infection, testing has been intensified again in public places in Mumbai.

In view of the threat of a third wave of infection, testing has been intensified again in public places in Mumbai.

3,898 new patients found in last 24 hours in Maharashtra

During the last 24 hours in Maharashtra, 3,898 new cases were reported and 86 people have died, due to which the total number of infected people in the state has so far increased to 64 lakh 93 thousand 698 and the death toll has reached 1 lakh 37 thousand 897. . There was a slight increase in the death toll on Tuesday as compared to Monday.

On Monday, there were 3,626 new cases of Kovid-19 and 37 deaths in the state. During the last 24 hours, 3,581 patients were also cured in the state, taking the total number of cured patients to 63 lakh 04 thousand 336. Still 47,926 patients are undergoing treatment. The recovery rate of patients in Maharashtra is 97.08 percent while the death rate is 2.12 percent.

Not a single case came in these districts
No new cases of corona were reported in Dhule, Nandurbar, Hingoli, Akola, Amravati, Yavatmal, Wardha and Bhandara districts and municipal corporation areas of Dhule, Parbhani and Amravati on Tuesday.

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