Mumbai: Maharashtra remains the worst-affected state in the country in terms of the coronavirus cases. According to the latest data from the Union health ministry, the state has reported 7,610 COVID-19 deaths so far. As many as 88,960 patients have recovered.

On the 100th day of the lockdown, the coronavirus tally in Mumbai increased to 76,294 on Monday (June 29) with the addition of 1,247 new cases, while the death toll rose to 4,461 after 92 more patients succumbed to the infection, the city civic body said.

A Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) release stated out of the 92 deaths, 21 occurred in the past 24 hours and the remaining 71 earlier, but they were added to the fatality count on Monday.

The civic body said the number of recovered COVID-19 patients increased to 43,545 with 391 patients discharged from hospitals.

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According to the release, presently the city has 28,288 active cases, while 763 new suspected COVID-19 patients were admitted in hospitals.

Starting from the 'Janata Curfew' on March 22, the government authorities enforced lockdown in Maharashtra to stem the spread of coronavirus.

With 1,69,883 confirmed cases of COVID-19 so far, Maharashtra remains the worst-affected state in the country, followed by Tamil Nadu (86,224) and Delhi (85,161).

Meanwhile, with 85,161 confirmed novel coronavirus cases, Delhi remains severely impacted. According to the latest data from the Union health ministry, the national capital has reported 2,680 COVID-19 deaths so far. As many as 56,235 patients have recovered.

Tamil Nadu reported 86,224 confirmed novel coronavirus cases. According to the latest data from the Union health ministry, the state has reported 1,141 COVID-19 deaths so far. As many as 47,749 patients have recovered.