Nashik sees 3,741 new Covid-19 cases, 31 deaths, 3,797 recoveries

Topics Nashik | Coronavirus | Maharashtra

With 13,661 samples being examined on Sunday, the number of tests in Nashik went up to 8,87,262

The number of Covid-19 cases rose by 3,741 on Sunday to reach 2,30,041, while the day also saw 31 deaths and 3,797 people getting discharged, an official said.

The toll in the district stands at 2,682 and the recovery count is 1,90,339, he added.

With 13,661 samples being examined on Sunday, the number of tests in Nashik went up to 8,87,262, the official said.

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