377 new cases, 7 coronavirus deaths in Mumbai

After a gap of five days, Mumbai’s daily count of COVID-19 positive cases dipped below the 400-mark

September 28, 2021 07:41 am | Updated 07:41 am IST - Mumbai

A health worker inoculates a beneficiary against COVID-19, at a vaccination centre at Parel Railway Workshop, in Mumbai.

A health worker inoculates a beneficiary against COVID-19, at a vaccination centre at Parel Railway Workshop, in Mumbai.

The financial capital on September 27, 2021, reported 377 new COVID-19 cases and seven fatalities, taking the tally of infections to 7,41,617 and the toll to 16,091, a civic official said.

After a gap of five days, Mumbai’s daily count of COVID-19 positive cases dipped below the 400-mark, while it logged seven fatalities for the second time in this month, after September 12.

A total of 334 patients were discharged from hospitals, taking the number of recoveries so far in Mumbai to 7,18,336, the official said, adding Mumbai is now left with 4,702 active cases.

With 30,692 new tests, the cumulative number of samples examined in Mumbai went up to 102,47,664, the official said.

On Sunday, 39,198 tests were conducted in Mumbai.

The number of buildings sealed due to COVID-19 cases in Mumbai now stands at 52. The city is free of containment zones in slums and chawls since mid-August this year, the official added.

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