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Maharashtra: Aurangabad records 1,362 new Covid-19 cases; 22 deaths

Maharashtra's Aurangabad district has recorded 1,362 new Covid-19 cases and 22 casualties, an official said on Friday

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A medic collects swab sample from a woman for COVID-19 testing at Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital, as coronavirus case spike across the country, in Lucknow (Photo: PTI)
A medic collects swab sample from a woman for Covid-19 testing

Maharashtra's Aurangabad

district has recorded 1,362 new COVID-19 cases and 22 casualties, an official said on Friday.

With the latest cases detected on Thursday, the tally of infections has risen to 94,035, while the toll reached 1,895, the official said.

Of the 1,362 new cases, 878 were reported in city and 484 were from the rural parts of the district, he said, adding that 18 patients died in the Government Medical College and Hospital, three in private hospitals and one in civil hospital.

There are currently 14,845 active cases in the district, the official added.

According to the data provided by the district administration, the city has recorded a recovery rate of 84.31 per cent, while the positivity rate remained 14.30 per cent on Thursday.

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First Published: Fri, April 09 2021. 14:01 IST
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