COVID-19: Mumbai reports 250 fresh cases, one death; Recovery rate at 97%

The growth rate of COVID-19 cases was 0.02 per cent for the period between November 11 to December 7, 2021, and average doubling rate is 2,915 days.

The caseload of the country's financial capital rose to 7,64,444 and death toll reached 16,353. (File)
The caseload of the country's financial capital rose to 7,64,444 and death toll reached 16,353. (File)

Mumbai reported 250 new coronavirus infections and a single fatality on Wednesday, a civic official said. The caseload of the country’s financial capital rose to 7,64,444 and death toll reached 16,353.

The number of new cases surged over 200 after a gap of two days. On Tuesday Mumbai had logged 191 new COVID-19 cases and one death.

The number of active COVID-19 cases in the city came down to 1,652 with 263 recovered patients getting discharged from hospitals.

The total of recovered patients rose to 7,43,863 while the city has a recovery rate of 97 per cent.

The growth rate of COVID-19 cases was 0.02 per cent for the period between November 11 to December 7, 2021, and average doubling rate — period during which caseload doubles — is 2,915 days.

As many as 46,141 COVID-19 tests were conducted in Mumbai on Wednesday, taking the tally of tests conducted so far to 1,27,20,307.

Mumbai currently has 12 sealed buildings. The civic body seals a building as a containment measure if five or more cases are found on the premises.

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