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Mumbai may’ve missed reporting 400-500 deaths

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Mumbai's Covid-19 death toll could climb substantially as the state government has asked the BMC to revisit hundreds of deaths that may not have been added to the pandemic toll. Multiple sources confirmed to TOI that Covid-19 mortality numbers in the city could jump by 400-500 though civic authorities were tight-lipped about the exercise. Mumbai’s toll touched 2,250 on Monday.
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