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COVID-19: Delhi replaces Mumbai as worst-affected city, countrywide tally at 4.5 lakh

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COVID-19: Delhi replaces Mumbai as worst-affected city, countrywide tally at 4.5 lakh

COVID-19: Delhi replaces Mumbai as worst-affected city, countrywide tally at 4.5 lakh

Coronavirus continued spreading its legs all over India as the deadly virus was found in 15,968 people on June 24 when the government released the data according to which 465 succumbed to the virus, taking the toll to 14,476.

The total number of infections in the country have now gone up to 4,56,183.

Delhi has now replaced Mumbai as the worst-affected city, after it recorded over 3700 cases on Tuesday.

Delhi's total infections stand above 70,000 whereas Mumbai has little less than 68,500 cases.

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Maharashtra on August 05 recorded 10,309 new COVID-19 cases and 334 deaths, taking the state's count of coronavirus cases to 4,68,265. Today, Delhi reported 1076 new COVID-19 positive cases and 11 deaths. Meanwhile, 10,128 new Coronavirus cases have been reported in Andhra Pradesh in the last 24 hours. Total cases has reached to 1,86,461 including 1,04,354 recoveries and 1,681 deaths in the state. 5,619 new COVID-19 cases and 100 deaths reported in Karnataka in the last 24 hours, taking total cases to 1,51,449.

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National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) rescued 40 people near Byculla railway station in Mumbai on August 05. Two local trains got stuck between Masjid and Byculla railway stations due to water on tracks here. On the other side, rain water had entered JJ Hospital in the evening due to incessant rainfall. According to Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC), it was later cleared and currently, there is no water accumulation.

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Incessant rains jolted Mumbai as several areas were inundated. Tree uprooted at Mahalaxmi race course area. Hindmata and Dadar areas turned into ponds and Mumbaikars struggled to walk and ride their motorbikes. Due to intense spell of rain special suburban trains have been suspended temporarily. India Meteorological Department (IMD) has issued a red alert for the Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR). The red alert was issued for the second consecutive day as rains continued to lash Mumbai and adjoining districts since August 04.

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Heavy rain lashed parts of Mumbai on Wednesday, disrupting normal life. Neighbouring Thane and Palghar districts of also saw heavy showers. Rains also lashed Pune, Satara and Kolhapur districts in western Maharashtra. Severe waterlogging was witnessed on several roads and low-lying areas. Local train services were affected due to waterlogging on rail tracks. Trees fell due to gusty winds and damaged vehicles. Water entered the state-run J J Hospital in the Byculla area as the rain continued to pound through the day. Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray asked the Mumbai municipal corporation to stay on high alert in the view of more rain forecast for Thursday. Teams of NDRF have been stationed at many places to deal with any eventualities. Indian Meteorological Department has predicted intense rainfall in Mumbai for the next 48 hours. CM Thackeray has also asked people to stay indoors and venture out only for essential work. He took stock of situation and asked BMC to coordinate with police, railway authorities and NDRF. Thackeray directed authorities to monitor situation arising out of disruption of uprooting of trees, waterlogging.

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