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Among the total people infected as on date in Maharashtra, 42 have recovered and 13 have passed away.
Among the total people infected as on date in Maharashtra, 42 have recovered and 13 have passed away.

33 new coronavirus cases reported in Maharashtra as of 9:00 AM - Apr 02

This brings the total reported cases of coronavirus in Maharashtra to 335

33 new coronavirus cases were reported as of 9:00 AM on Apr 02 in Maharashtra, according to data released by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. This brings the total reported cases of coronavirus in Maharashtra to 335. Among the total people infected as on date, 42 have recovered and 13 have passed away.

Coronavirus cases in Maharashtra
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Coronavirus cases in Maharashtra

District-wise breakup is available for 180 of the total 335 cases reported in the state. Mumbai had the highest number of Covid-19 cases at 81 confirmed infections. The table and map below show confirmed cases for all districts.

Coronavirus cases in Maharashtra - District-wise
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Coronavirus cases in Maharashtra - District-wise
Coronavirus cases in Maharashtra - District-wise
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Coronavirus cases in Maharashtra - District-wise

Within the country, Maharashtra continues to have the most cases with 335, according to data released by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare.

Coronavirus cases in India - State-wise
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Coronavirus cases in India - State-wise
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Coronavirus cases in India - State-wise

In a bid to control spread of the virus, the Indian government has imposed a country-wide lockdown until April 15. During the lockdown, all are advised to stay inside their home and only go out to get daily essentials.

According to WHO, most people who become infected experience mild illness and recover, but it can be more severe for others. The organization recommends washing hands frequently and avoiding touching eyes, nose, and mouth to prevent chances of getting infected. It also advises those who have fever, cough, and difficulty breathing to seek medical care early.

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