Covid-19 LIVE Updates: Mumbai's death toll crosses 1000; WHO warns of 'second peak'

The state of Maharashtra, India has been affected by Covid-19 or Coronavirus, immensely, situation looking to be at the State Emergency with No Father or Mother to take of the child.

Covid-19 LIVE Updates: Mumbai's death toll crosses 1000; WHO warns of 'second peak'
Covid-19 LIVE Updates: Mumbai's death toll crosses 1000; WHO warns of 'second peak'.

The state of Maharashtra, India has been affected by Covid-19 or Coronavirus, immensely, situation looking to be at the State Emergency with No Father or Mother to take of the child. The Present ruling Government does not have much experience in handling the situation and since it is a coalition Government facing a lot of challenges in taking decisions.

Coronavirus epidemic actually started the month of September 2019 in Wuhan, China, and able to appear visible to doctors and Scientists in China only in the Month of December 2019. This news was visible to the entire world by January 2020 but it was informed by the Government in the Month of March 2020. 

Maharashtra state has a whole has a population of 11.50 Crores apart from migrant workers densely populated state and holds 2nd place in the country in Population. Mumbai has been their main City which has a population figure nearly touching 2 crores.

Newspaper and TV channels taking into account only 65 days from the date of 1st Coronavirus identified in Maharashtra, but I feel this must be existing before March 2020, due which spreading rapidly because of the invisible nature of the Virus.

25th March 2020 1st time it has crossed 1000 mark affected with 38 deaths which are showing very bad signs and unstopped. Standing 52667 Confirmed cases 15786 Recovered, 35186 still Active Cases with death reaching 1695.

Out of 36 districts in Maharashtra state, Mumbai stands very tall with this epidemic reaching nearly 32000 cases (Approx), Thane with 7000 cases (Approx), Pune with 6000 (Approx) cases least Aurangabad with 1300 cases (Approx) rest all districts are affected less than 1000 cases.