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Mumbai: Dadar reports four new coronavirus cases; Dharavi tally stable at 3,911 – Mumbai Mirror

Mumbai: Dadar, on Tuesday, reported four new cases of coronavirus, taking the total case count in the area to 4,912.

According to the latest information provided by Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC), as many as 4,653 patients have been cured of the infection and discharged.

Dadar, at present, is left with 86 active cases of COVID-19.

On the other hand, Mahim witnessed five new cases in the last 24 hours. With that, the tally in the region has now climbed to 4,755.

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A total of 4,492 persons have recovered in the area and at present, 119 patients are undergoing isolation and treatment for the infection.

Mumbai’s slum colony Dharavi did not report a single new case of coronavirus on Tuesday, maintaining its tally at 3,911.

As many as 3,583 persons have been cured of the virus. Currently, the area has only 16 cases of COVID-19 left.

The G/North Ward, which includes Dharavi, Mahim and Dadar, is the second worst-hit ward in the BMC limits out of the 24 administrative wards.

So far, the ward has registered 13,578 coronavirus cases, which includes 12,728 recoveries and 221 active cases.