Maharashtra on June 26 administered 7.31 lakh doses of Covid-19 vaccines, reported The Indian Express. This is so far the highest single-day figure of immunisation for the state. On June 25, Maharashtra became the first state across the country to administer 3 crore doses. In Mumbai, after a decrease in inoculation figures for the past two consecutive days, 1.54 lakh doses were administered on June 25, the highest single-day number of jabs so far. With this, Mumbai also crossed the 50-lakh inoculation mark. Following Mumbai, Pune was the second highest with 1.13 lakh doses among other districts. State Health Minister Rajesh Tope tweeted saying till June 25, 3,02,85,027 people were vaccinated in Maharashtra. On June 25 also, over 4.9 lakh beneficiaries were vaccinated at over 4,900 sites across the state. The data also shows that a total 1.02 crore beneficiaries aged above 60 years have been vaccinated, while in the 18-44 age group, a total 94 lakh have been inoculated so far. In Mumbai, of 1.54 lakh beneficiaries, 93,941 were vaccinated at the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) and state-run centres, reported The Indian Express.