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Mah: Corona cases cross 180-mark, 28 more test +ive
 
Pune: Maharashtra on Saturday reported 28 new confirmed cases of COVID-19, bringing the total number of infections in the state to 181. Till now, a total of 26 patients have recovered and discharged while 104 tested negative for the virus, today, Health department officials said, adding that so far six patients have lost their lives. So far, Maharashtra state has reported the highest number of cases in India, followed by Kerala. According to health officials in last 24 hours, four new coronavirus positive patients were detected in Pune district, which included three members of a family.

With this, the total number of positive cases reached 36 in Pune alone. The first case in the city was detected on March 9. Till now 10 persons have been discharged from hospital. The rest of the cases in the state - 22 are from Mumbai and 2 are from Nagpur. To prevent the spread of Coronavirus, a countrywide lockdown is already in place. People are not allowed to gather and vehicle movement is also restricted. Despite government''s stern warnings to not to venture out amid the lockdown, several migrants were seen walking towards their hometowns, endangering their own lives at the time when coronavirus outbreak is daily claiming lives throughout the country.

Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray appealed that workers and laborers should not leave work place, as the government is providing better healthcare, dining and living arrangements for them. He said that the directions have been given to revenue department and the local administration is being instructed to take care of workers and their health, their meals and wherever they are located. So no one should leave the workplace. He also appealed to the Tahsildar, the District Collector''s office and the local office of the local self-government agencies to help the needy in case emergencies. Cabinet Minister Aditya Thackeray, also apprised, in a tweet that CM Thackeray has been coordinating virtually with his counterparts in the country to help out-of-State workers stranded in Maharashtra.

"Mr Thackrey has asked all District Collectors to find and reach out to all those from other states-pilgrims, labour are stuck in Maharashtra due to lockdown and ensure their safety", Aditya said in a tweet. Meanwhile, amid the exodus of migrants, four persons were killed today and three others seriously injuries after a tempo ran over them at Parole village of Vasai here in the wee hours. The victims who were yet to be identified, were migrating on foot from Gujarat towards Mumbai. Extending a helping hand, Shiv Sena''s youth wing, today distributed food packets to kin of the patients admitted at the Government Medical College Hospital (GMCH) in Aurangabad, and also supplied hand sanitizers to the Hospital. These people, coming from several parts of Marathwada, Vidarbha and Khandesh, have been stranded here owing to the national lockdown.


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