Mumbai: Head constable of Vile Parle police station died due to COVID-19, the Maharashtra Police was informed on Friday.
“HC Arun Phadtare from Vile Parle Police Station, Mumbai, lost his life to coronavirus. May his soul rest in peace” informed the Maharashtra Police on Twitter.
The tweet further added: “DGP and all ranks of Maharashtra Police offer their condolences to the Phadtare family.”
HC Arun Phadtare from Vile Parle Police Station, Mumbai lost his life to Coronavirus. May his soul rest in peace.
DGP and all ranks of Maharashtra Police offer their condolences to the Phadtare family.
— Maharashtra Police (@DGPMaharashtra) May 22, 2020
As per the update provided by the Union Health Ministry, there are a total of 41,642 COVID-19 cases in Maharashtra, out of which 11,726 patients have been cured/discharged, while 1,454 patients have died due to the deadly virus.
According to the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MoHFW), out of the total cases, 66,330 are active cases and 3,583 have died due to infection. 48,533 patients were cured/discharged and lasted one date.