Mumbai: Mumbai on Sunday reported its lowest single-day Coronavirus deaths since March last year at 3. In a statement, city civic commissioner I S Chahal said the hard work of the Maharashtra government and teams of the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) is paying off.Also Read - Omicron Scare: Maharashtra Revises Guidelines For Passengers Arriving In State | Check Details Here

“I congratulate the eminent citizens of Mumbai for their outstanding cooperation andsupport. A big salute to all the doctors & supporting frontline workers and the media who created great positive awareness which has made this possible,” Chahal stated. Also Read - Rahul Dravid Turns Intermediary On Behalf of Virat Kohli-Led Team With BCCI For South Africa Tour Amid Omicron Variant Scare

With three new fatalities, the overall death toll in Mumbai has reached 11,135. Also Read - India Reports Cases of Omicron Variant, Two Test Positive in Karnataka

The city reported 581 new coronavirus positive cases during the day, taking the overall case count to 2,95,241, the state government said in a release.

Mumbai division, which includes Mumbai city and satellite towns, reported 1,148 new cases and seven deaths. With this, the cumulative caseload in the Mumbai division mounted to 6,64,295 and the death toll to 19,138, the department said.

(With agency inputs)