Mumbai: 11 staff members of Maharashtra minister Chhagan Bhujbal have tested positive for COVID-19. The Nashik civic administration, on Tuesday, said that his family members tested negative for COVID-19. The administration informed the patients and they have been asked to remain in a home quarantine. Bhujbal had tested positive for COVID-19 on Monday. After Bhujbal, 62 people, who came in contact with the minister have also been traced and tested for coronavirus."I have tested positive for COVID-19. All those who came in my contact over the past two-three days should get themselves tested," Bhujbal had tweeted after testing positive for coronavirus. "My health is fine and there is no reason to worry. All citizens should take proper care in the backdrop of COVID-19. Should wear masks and use sanitisers regularly," he further added.Previously, Maharashtra Home Minister Anil Deshmukh, Rajendra Shingne, Rajesh Tope, Satej Patil, Bachchu Kadu and Jayant Patil have tested positive for coronavirus.The increase in the number of cases has been a cause of concern as the state government has imposed a new set of restrictions across the state to curb the numbers. 6,218 new COVID-19 cases and 51 deaths were reported in the state on Wednesday. The state saw 5,869 recoveries in the last 24 hours and the total number of recoveries has gone up to 20,05,851. The death toll stands at 51,857- the Health Department said.Maharashtra is one of the worst-affected states in the country with the number of cases in the state witnessing a surge over the recent past. As a result, on Wednesday, Delhi made RT-PCR test mandatory for all arrivals from Maharashtra, besides four other states.