India went past the United Kingdom in the number of coronavirus cases and became the fourth worst-hit country in the world with 2,97, 535 cases.
The country recorded 9,987 cases in the last 24 hours, which took the overall tally to 2,76,583, according to the Union health ministry.
Worli and Dharavi, which emerged as the two major Covid-19 hotspots of the city are now witnessing a decline in positive cases.
A developing tropical cyclonic storm Nisarga in the Arabian Sea is moving at a speed of 4 kilometres per hour and is currently 550 kilometres away from Mumbai.
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In the wake of rising COVID-19 cases, Maharashtra has requested Kerala to provide 50 specialist doctors and 100 nurses on a temporary basis for Mumbai.
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