India  

COVID-19: Dip in Maharashtra's daily count; Mumbai's growth rate rises

Mid-Day Tuesday, 8 September 2020 ()
With drop in the daily count, the state reported more than 16,000 cases taking the total tally up to 9.23 lakh cases along with more than 400 COVID-related deaths. While Mumbai was able to maintain a lower death count, it continued to see more than 1,700 cases on Monday as its growth rate crossed 1 per cent again.

State health...
0
shares
ShareTweetSavePostSend
 
Video Credit: Oneindia - Published
News video: India records 1,133 Covid-19 deaths with 75,809 cases reported in 24 hours|Oneindia News

India records 1,133 Covid-19 deaths with 75,809 cases reported in 24 hours|Oneindia News 01:38

As India battles the Coronavirus Pandemic, 75,809 coronavirus cases and 1,133 virus-related deaths were recorded in thelast 24 hours. Though the daily cases saw a decline from over 90,000 cases for two consecutive days, the country's Covid deaths number today is the highest so far. Being the second...

You Might Like


Related videos from verified sources

Covid-19: India records 88,600 new cases with 1,124 deaths in last 24 hours | Oneindia News [Video]

Covid-19: India records 88,600 new cases with 1,124 deaths in last 24 hours | Oneindia News

India recorded 88,600 new coronavirus cases in the past 24 hours taking the coronavirus tally neared the 60-lakh mark. With 1,124 deaths reported in a single day, the total death toll has mounted to..

Credit: Oneindia     Duration: 01:32Published
Covid: Health Ministry updates on fatality rate, active cases, recovery rate [Video]

Covid: Health Ministry updates on fatality rate, active cases, recovery rate

Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare briefed on India’s Covid-19 situation. Health Ministry’s Secretary Rajesh Bhushan spoke on India’s recovery rate, fatality rate and active cases...

Credit: HT Digital Content     Duration: 04:15Published
RBI monetary policy: Repo rate unchanged, relief for MSMEs l Key details [Video]

RBI monetary policy: Repo rate unchanged, relief for MSMEs l Key details

The Reserve Bank of India left the repo rate unchanged at 4% and reverse repo rate at 3.35%. RBI Governor Shaktikanta Das also said that they would maintain an accommodative stance in view of the Covid..

Credit: HT Digital Content     Duration: 06:03Published

Related news from verified sources

COVID-19: Mumbai's growth rate rises and doubling rate falls

The state saw a dip in the daily count as well as the number of deaths as 11,852 more cases were reported on Monday with the total tally now set to cross the...
Mid-Day

COVID-19: With more than 1,600 cases, Mumbai's growth rate rises again

The daily COVID-19 count set a new record on Wednesday as the state reported more than 17,000 cases taking the total count over 8.25 lakh cases while the death...
Mid-Day


Tweets about this