New Delhi: Maharashtra governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari on Sunday self isolated himself after 16 people tested positive for COVID-19 in Raj Bhavan. He will undergo coronavirus test soon. Also Read - Coronavirus: Brazil Records 100,000 Deaths; Total Tally at 3 Million

“At least 18 people tested COVID-19 positive at Raj Bhavan (Governor’s residence) in Mumbai, after they got themselves tested on their own”, said Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC), adding that they will be tested again.  Also Read - Coronavirus Cases in Delhi Cross 1.45 Lakh-mark, Kejriwal Says Situation Under Control | Top Developments

Meanwhile, Maharashtra yesterday recorded another highest single-day spike in coronavirus cases with 8,139 new cases, which took the total tally to 2,46,600. Also Read - Satish Shah Tested COVID-19 Positive in July, Was Admitted to Hospital, Now Under Home Quarantine

The death toll, on the other hand, crossed 10,000-mark — 10,116 to be specific.

4,360 patients were discharged on Saturday, which took to number of recovered patients to 1,36,985.

There are 99,499 active cases in the state while 12,85,991 people have been tested so far.