Coronavirus Maharashtra: Death toll reaches 12

PTI
Wednesday, 1 April 2020

"The 75-year-old male patient died here on Tuesday. We are finding details of his travel history and also checking if someone close to him had a travel history, an official said.

MUMBAI: Two more COVID-19 patients died in Maharashtra, taking the state toll to 12, health officials said on Wednesday. 

One was a 75-year-old man from Mumbai, while the other, a 50-year-old man, died in adjoining Palghar district, the officials said. 

"The 75-year-old male patient died here on Tuesday. We are finding details of his travel history and also checking if someone close to him had a travel history, an official said. 

The Palghar man had no travel history, he said. 

This is the first death reported from Palghar, a predominantly tribal district. 

Maharashtra now has 320 COVID-19 cases and 12 deaths. Thirty nine coronavirus positive patients have been discharged after recovery. 

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