On Monday, Mumbai reported 150 new coronavirus cases, down 63 from the previous day, although no deaths from the infection were reported, according to the civic authority.
The total number of COVID-19 cases in Mumbai has now reached 10,63,058, while the mortality toll has stayed steady at 19,566, according to the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation.
The financial capital reported 213 COVID-19 instances and zero fatalities as of Sunday.
COVID-19 instances in the city have risen to three digits this month after remaining below 100 for several weeks.
The total number of patients recovered from the infection grew to 10,42,122 in the last 24 hours, according to the bulletin.
Between May 16 and 22, the number of active cases in Mumbai increased to 1,370, while the case doubling rate fell to 3,954 days and the COVID-19 case growth rate was 0.017 percent, according to the BMC.
According to the bulletin, the coronavirus recovery rate was 98 percent.
It stated the total number of tests conducted in the metropolis had reached 1,70,71,921, with 5,173 tests added in the last 24 hours.
Only six patients were symptomatic and hospitalised out of 150 new COVID-19 cases, according to the report, but none of them were on oxygen support.
Only 43 of the 24,488 beds set aside for COVID-19 patients in Mumbai are currently occupied, according to the local body.
For several weeks, the metropolis has been free of sealed buildings and confinement zones.