Pune, May 27, 2020: In the last 24 hours, there were 163 new Coronavirus positive patients reported in Pune district which includes Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC), Pimpri Chinchwad Municipal Corporation (PCMC), Pune rural and three cantonments. The report was generated at 9 pm today. 306 people were discharged from hospitals while 11 died during treatment today.
Dr Bhagwan Pawar, District Health Officer (DHO), said that out of total 6643 patients 3661 have been cured and discharged from hospitals, while 300 people have died. There are still 2682 active patients undergoing treatment including 214 critical patients. Most of the patients are from Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) area. Till now 44,874 people have been tested in the district and results of 1289 persons are still awaited.
The 6643 patients include 5607 from Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) area, 436 from Pimpri-Chinchwad Municipal Corporation (PCMC), 276 from Pune Cantonment, 33 from Khadki Cantonment, 2 from Dehuroad Cantonment and 289 from Pune rural areas. In the Pune rural areas, there are 8 from Baramati town, 6 from Baramati rural, 49 from Daund town, 1 from Jejuri, 2 from Talegaon Dabhade, 1 from Chakan, 1 from Saswad, ,1 from Lonawala, 84 from Haveli, 13 from Shirur, 14 from Junnar, 18 from Khed, 19 from Mulshi, 31 from Velha, 13 from Bhor, 5 from Indapur, 1 from Daund rural, 10 from Maval, 4 from Purandar and 10 from Ambegaon.
Across Maharashtra, there were 2190 new COVID19 cases today taking the total number of cases to 56,948. Also, 105 people died while 964 got discharge from hospitals after being cured. There are still 37,125, active cases. The total death toll stands at 1792, while 16,954 patients have been discharged till date, according to Maharashtra Health Department.
According to the Union Health Ministry, the number of Coronavirus positive patients has reached 151,767 across the country. Out of this, 64,425 have been cured and discharged from hospitals while 4337 people have died and one patient has migrated out of the country. There are still 83,004 active patients undergoing treatment in hospitals across the country.