COVID-19: Maharashtra tally 122; six more test positive

PTI | Mumbai | Updated: 25-03-2020 17:14 IST | Created: 25-03-2020 17:14 IST
COVID-19: Maharashtra tally 122; six more test positive

Maharashtra reported six newcoronavirus cases on Wednesday, taking the number of suchcases in the state to 122, the highest in the country so far,officials said

Of the latest cases five are from Mumbai and one fromThane, officials said.

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