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The largest single day spike, highest peak in all of India was reported on September 12. Maharashtra is a hotspot that accounts for nearly one-third of the total cases in India as well as about 40% of all deaths. As of 7 July, the state's case fatality rate is nearly 4.3%, which is lower than the global average but significantly higher than other Indian states with large numbers of cases. Mumbai is the worst-affected city in India, with about 100,000 cases. About half of the cases in the state e
COVID-19 cases in Maharashtra, India Deaths Recoveries Active cases Date # of cases # of deaths 2020-03-09 2 0 2020-03-10 5 0 2020-03-11 11 0 2020-03-12 11 0 2020-03-13 19 0 2020-03-14 31 0 2020-03-15 33 0 2020-03-16 39 0 2020-03-17 41 1 2020-03-18 45 1 2020-03-19 48 1 2020-03-20 52 1 2020-03-21 64 1 2020-03-22 74 2 2020-03-23 97 2 2020-03-24 107 3 2020-03-25 122 3 2020-03-26 130 4 2020-03-27 153 5 2020-03-28 186 6 2020-03-29 203 8 2020-03-30 220
On 13 March, the Government of Maharashtra declared the outbreak an epidemic in the cities of Mumbai, Navi Mumbai, Pune and Nagpur, and invoked provisions of Epidemic Diseases Act, 1897 which enabled it to forcibly hospitalise anyone with suspected symptoms. Commercial establishm
On 26 March, BMC started marking pitches, one metre away from each other, outside grocery stores, fruits and vegetables shops in the city, in order to maintain social distancing. This model was first implemented in Pune on 24 March. From 1 April, Mumbai Police started using a net
Thackeray announced that the number of testing labs and their capacities would be increased, as will the capacity of quarantine facilities. Some educational institutions are also being used as quarantine centres.
Maharashtra government canceled all the exams from grades 1–8 to make it easier to contain the Coronavirus outbreak among school students. The students of grades 1 to 8 were directly promoted to the next grade. Mumbai university canceled the examinations of its first and ...
Over 20,000 bus services of Maharashtra State Road Transport Corporation were cancelled since 11 March, which caused the organisation losses of ₹3 crore by 17 March. Indian Railways cancelled 23 trains from the state in order to prevent the spread of the virus to other ...
Tourist spots in the state like Ajanta and Ellora Caves in Aurangabad district, Elephanta Island in Raigad district and Gateway of India in Mumbai reportedly witnessed a sharp decline in the number of visitors. Hotel, cab and private bus businesses in the state also reported a hi
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I request opinions on renaming the page from 2020 coronavirus pandemic in Maharashtra to "2019-20 coronavirus pandemic in Maharashtra". Reasons: 1. Consistent with other articles under Wikiproject COVID-19, 2. Hard to navigate to under the current title and 3. technically incorrect since the pandemic began in 2019 and is still active.
The first case of COVID-19 in India, which originated from China, was reported on 30 January 2020. India currently has the largest number of confirmed cases in Asia ,  and, as of March 2021, has the third-highest number of confirmed cases in the world after the United States and Brazil with more than 11.4 million reported cases of COVID-19 ...
State/Union Territory Cases Deaths Recoveries Active; 36 / 36 13,527,717 170,179 12,156,529 1,201,009 Andaman and Nicobar Islands: 5,190 62 5,040 88
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