The over 17.46 lakh COVID-19 instances Maharashtra added in April this 12 months was equal to the tally it had racked up in 196 days, giving a sign of the depth of the second wave that has hit the state.
Maharashtra added 17,46,309 instances between April 1 and 30, taking the tally from 28,56,163 instances on April 1 to 46,02,472 on April 30, state authorities information revealed.
The caseload was 10,97,856 on September 16 final 12 months, and it took 196 days for the tally to achieve 28,56,163 as on April 1, it confirmed.
The month of April additionally noticed 13,915 COVID-19 deaths, taking the toll to 68,813, up from 54,898 as on April 1, as per the state authorities’s information.
It took 167 days to witness 14,039 deaths earlier than April, because the toll was 40,859 on October 15 final 12 months, which rose to 54,898 as on April 1.
However, the state has additionally elevated the variety of checks to detect the an infection, with April seeing 1,99,75,341 samples being examined, the information revealed.
The variety of individuals discharged in April stood at 14,35,608, because the quantity of people that recovered shot up from 24,33,368 on April 1 to 38,68,976 on the final day of the month.
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