MUMBAI: The coronavirus caseload in Mumbai's Dharavi area increased to 2,792 with 12 new cases coming to light on Wednesday, a senior civic official said.
So far 2,427 patients from the area have recovered and there are only 95 active COVID-19 cases, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) official said.
The BMC has stopped publishing the data of deaths from the area.
Dharavi, considered as the largest slum in Asia with a population over 6.5 lakh, is spread over 2.5 square km.
The G-north ward that comprises Dharavi, Dadar and Mahim has recorded 7,738 coronavirus cases so far, including2,640 from Dadar and 2,306 from Mahim.