More than 112% deaths have occurred in Mumbai in the month of April this year. In fact, this figure has left behind the number of deaths in the city in the last four years. At the same time, mortality data has raised concerns over the actual toll of Kovid 19.
The civic corporation’s data obtained through an RTI application shows that there have been 14,484 deaths due to all causes in April this year, while the figure of deaths in April 2020 was 89% i.e. 7,648. At the same time, the number of deaths in April 2019 was 6,572. In the year 2018, this number was 6,719 in April and in April 2017 it was 6,234.
There has been no significant change in the deaths in the months of January and February this year as compared to the previous years. At the same time, an increase of 12% was seen in March 2021 compared to 2020. At present, the records of May and June are yet to come. In the survey conducted on the deaths in April this year, it has been found that the number of people who died of Kovid and without Kovid is 6,200.
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According to the information, the month of April this year was the peak of the coronavirus second wave for Mumbai, when the city was registering 9,000 cases every day for the first three weeks. This year, the highest single day Covid cases were reported on April 4, when 11,206 cases were reported, but according to BMC data, the death toll from Kovid increased in late April, before peaking in mid-May. It was felt
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Avinash Supe, the head of the death audit committee of Kovid, said that it is a challenge to assess the actual Kovid toll. However, it cannot be denied that there has been a significant increase in all-cause deaths.