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COVID-19: 18 personnel at Mumbai''s Raj Bhavan test positive

COVID-19: 18 personnel at Mumbai''s Raj Bhavan test positive
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Mumbai, Jul 12 (PTI) Eighteen personnel at Raj Bhavan

in south Mumbai have tested coronavirus positive, a civic body

official said on Sunday.

Maharashtra Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari is fine and

has self isolated himself as a precautionary measure, another

official said.

Two Raj Bhavan employees tested positive last week,

after which 100 others there got tested, of which 16 have

tested positive, the official said.

Among those who tested positive are senior staff

members at Raj Bhavan, sources said.

Maharashtra, India''s worst-hit state, registered a

record single-day jump of 8,139 new cases on Saturday, taking

the state''s tally to 2,46,600 positive cases.

The record rise in daily cases was seen on a day the

state government announced a 10-day long lockdown in Pune

district. PTI MR KK VT

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Disclaimer :- This story has not been edited by Outlook staff and is auto-generated from news agency feeds. Source: PTI

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