Mumbai: A health department official said that more than 131 people tested positive for coronovirus in Indore, the total number of such cases is 2,238.
Chief Medical and Health Officer Praveen Jadia said that apart from this, on Tuesday, a 58-year-old man died due to illness.
He said more than 131 people tested positive for coronovirus in the district in the last 24 hours, increasing its increase from 2,107 to 2,238.
So far 1,046 patients have been discharged after recovery.
The death rate of COVID-19 in the district, which falls in the red zone, was 4.29 per cent on Thursday morning.
For the last 19 days, the death rate due to disease in the district has remained below five per cent.
Despite the imposition of curfew since 25 March, viral infections continue to spread in the city, with a population of over 3 million.
The city has more than 300 COVID-19 contribution zones covering about 8.25 lakh citizens of urban areas.
Although the third phase of the lockdown is going to end on May 17, the local administration is not in the mood to ease the restrictions given the current situation.