Maharashtra reported 3,254 new COVID-19 cases on Wednesday, taking the total to 94,041. A total of 149 new deaths were recorded as the total death toll stands at 3,438. 1,879 patients were discharged on Wednesday, right now the State has a total of 44,517 recoveries, reported the Health Officials.
Currently, the State's active cases stand at 46,074. The health authorities informed, "Out of 149 deaths, 97 were reported from Mumbai, 15 from Thane, ten from Pune, seven from Aurangabad, five each from Jalgaon and Navi Mumbai, three from Ulhasnagar, two each from Vasai-Virar and Akola, one each from Beed, Amaravati, and Gadchiroli."
Maharashtra is going to touch the one lakh mark soon, and Mumbai accounts for 52,667 of the total cases, and the city's death toll stands 1,875.
Maharashtra has conducted 5,93,784 COVID-19-related tests, of its 94,041 results were positive, which is 15.83 per cent of the total tests.
The official said, Pune has a total of 12,570 coronavirus cases and 578 deaths, meanwhile, Thane division including Mumbai reported 70,700 cases with 2,338 deaths.
The official further added, "North Maharashtra represented by Nashik division has reported 3,590 cases and 253 deaths while Kolhapur division representing southern Maharashtra and the coastal region has reported 1,373 cases and 26 deaths."
Aurangabad has reported 2,692 COVID-19 cases with 125 deaths, and the Latur division recorded 17 deaths and 524 cases. Meanwhile, the Aloka division reported 1,467 cases with 67 deaths, and Nagpur recorded 1,045 cases with 14 deaths.
Over 5.5 lakh people are in home quarantine, and 27,228 are in institutional quarantine. The State's active containment zones count stands at 3,897. Active cases in the State are at 46,074, and 5,93,784 people have been tested for coronavirus.