Mum first city to hit peak during third wave, B'luru worst affected
The Times of India Delhi|January 23, 2022
A student gets inoculated in Mumbai on Saturday

Going by the official figures, Bengaluru seems to have been the worst-hit city during the current wave. It has recorded the highest peak and may probably end up logging the highest number of cumulative cases. The city has reported 3 lakh cases since December 16, only behind Delhi’s total of nearly 3.4 lakh, with the gap narrowing with each day.

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