Does the COVID-19 wave curve appear to be getting flattered in Mumbai?

Mumbai On Tuesday (January 11, 2022) recorded 11,647 COVID-19 cases. 

This is a decrease of 2,001 over the last day. 

However, the capital city of the country’s financial sector has recorded 9,398,867 cases of

coronavirus infection, the information provided by BMC Brihanmumbai Municipal

Corporation (BMC) revealed.

In the case of new cases, 83 percent of patients (9,667) are unaffected.

 Still, only 851 patients were admitted to the hospital in the last year, and just 76 patients

received oxygen therapy. 

According to a BMC announcement, two more deaths linked to the virus increased the

death toll for the city to 16,413.

More than 62,000 coronavirus tests were performed in Mumbai within 24 hours. The city

has reported fewer cases than on Monday despite the addition of 2,855 COVID-19 tests

conducted on Tuesday.

The coronavirus positiveness percentage in Mumbai has dropped to 18.75 percent from 23

percent just a few hours earlier.

New COVID-19 cases drop in Mumbai for the fourth day.

Following the pandemic outbreak in March 2020, the city was reported to have had its

highest-ever amount of daily coronavirus infections on January 7 this year. However, the

amount of single-day cases is decreasing.

 Tuesday was the fourth consecutive day that the city experienced daily infections. 

Mumbai had 19,474 cases on January 9, 20318 cases on January 8 and 20,971 on January

7, and 20,181 cases on January 6. 

At present, the city has an active count of 1,00,523 COVID-19 cases.

In addition, Mumbai has also seen an increase in the number of buildings sealed and

containment zones in slums and “chawls” (old row-tenements).

 According to the bulletin, Mumbai presently has 63 sealed buildings. 

However, there are no containment zones. The city was home to the 168 buildings sealed

and thirty containment zones as of Monday.

The COVID-19 third wave will be on the rise until January-December.

In the meantime, amid a rise in the number of COVID-19 cases throughout the nation, A

IIT Kanpur professor has stated that the highest level of disease will be felt in India in

January and the end of January.

 Manindra Agrawal stated that the cases could surpass those reported in the second wave

of coronavirus cases in India.

The official also stated that cases are expected to decrease dramatically and that by March,

the topic will be closed.

“As per preliminary data, cases (nationally) will peak by the end of this month and are

likely to cross second wave numbers.

However, since this time, the peak is coming up very rapidly, the rise is ve; therapy,”

Manindra Agrawal said to ANI.

“We expect the decline also to be equally sharp, and if the peak hits in January, then by the

middle of March, the wave will be over,” the analyst stated.

Its IIT Kanpur professor also stated that since Delhi has reported nearly 22,000 new cases

every day, the capital city will see a staggering 40,000 cases each day during peak times

which is expected to begin around the middle of January.

“Cases in Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata are likely to peak around the middle of this month, in the

next few days. 

But this wave will be almost over by the end of this month in these cities,” the official



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