While Corona’s graph is declining, it’s comforting, but it won’t go unnoticed. Expert doctors have also warned that if the rules are not followed, another wave may occur.
Mumbai 03 November: The declining graph of corona patients in the state is maintained. This graph has been declining for the past month, which is a relief. During the day, 6,973 patients overcame corona. Therefore, the total number of patients is 115 lakh 31 thousand 277. The recovery rate of the state has gone up to 90.46 per cent. 4,909 patients were added in the last 24 hours. So 120 patients died. The state’s mortality rate is 2.61. At present 1 lakh 16 thousand 543 patients are undergoing treatment in the state.
While Corona’s graph is declining, it’s comforting, but it won’t go unnoticed. Strict adherence to masks, social distance and frequent hand washing can keep the corona away. Expert doctors have also warned that if this is done carelessly, another wave may occur.
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Due to the Diwali rush and the onset of winter, another wave is expected. The state government is reviewing the situation and the health system is ready, said Health Minister Rajej Tope. Speaking on the demand for starting temples in the state, Tope said the final decision would be taken by the Chief Minister. A decision is likely to be taken after Diwali.
The TIFR report, which looked at the data till October 26, said that 80 per cent of people living in slums and 55 per cent of people living in societies in Mumbai could be affected by corona by January. The report also claims that herd immunity can be established in Mumbai in 3 to 4 months.