Mumbai’s Dharavi data highest single day COVID-19 spike since September

According to the latest information launched by the Health authorities, Mumbai’s slum space Dharavi is as soon as once more witnessing a pointy surge in COVID-19 cases. The surge is seen after a spot of six months.

The latest information exhibits Asia’s largest slum, Dharavi recording 30 new cases within the final 24 hours. On Friday Dharavi recorded 29 new coronavirus cases. 

The final time Dharavi witnessed such a day by day rise was on September 11 when 33 cases have been reported. The variety of day by day cases remained under 30 after September, with zero new cases in December.

With the addition of the new infections reported on Thursday, the caseload within the space has reached 4,328. There are 140 lively cases.

On February 26, the world had solely 51 lively cases however in lower than a month, the variety of lively cases has gone up by virtually 3 times.

Dharavi COVID-19 Data

Dharavi is unfold throughout 2.5 sq. kilometres and has a inhabitants of 6.5 lakh.

It recorded 117 cases in January however has since seen a day by day rise in cases within the following months.

In February Dharavi reported 157 COVID-19 cases.

The variety of infections has shot up by 35% to 213 cases in March.

The BMC has appointed 35 marshals to make sure that people within the space observe COVID-19 protocol. 

140 individuals from the world are present process remedy for the virus while 3,872 have been discharged.

BMC information reveals the whole variety of COVID-19 cases reported within the area thus far is 4328.

This 12 months January 22, 26, 27 and 31- the world didn’t report even a single case of COVID-19.

No new case of COVID-19 was registered on February 1 too.

Since the second week of February, a sudden spike within the variety of COVID-19 cases was reported from the world.

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