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Maharashtra’s Covid-19 positive cases count zooms from 125 to 147: Health official

Maharashtra’s Covid-19 positive cases count zooms from 125 to 147: Health official

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  28 March 2020 8:13 AM GMT

Mumbai: In a huge health concern, the Covid-19 positive cases count in Maharashtra shot up by 22 in the past 24 hours to stand at 147 now, a health official said here on Friday. The overnight number of positive cases mounted from 125 to 135 with 10 new cases in the morning followed by 12 more detected positive from a single-family in Sangli.

The other infectees include four from Nagpur and one each from Gondiya, Kolhapur and Pune.

Earlier on Friday, Health Minister Rajesh Tope said that so far 19 persons have fully recovered and have been discharged from hospitals in Mumbai, Pune and other places.

“There are many more cases on way to recovery proving that the disease is curable. We have also tested over 4,200 persons. The strategy is three ‘Ts’ - Tracing, Testing and Treatment’ of the patients,” Tope said.

He said that the state is facing a shortage of blood for the treatment of the patients so people should come forward and donate blood. (IANS)

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