Mumbai: The coronavirus cases have raised alarm bells in Maharashtra as the state logged 56,286 cases on Thursday. The country's financial capital has been hit by vaccine shortage as out of the 71 private centres, 25 were unable to provide jabs to a single person on Thursday.The city is now left with just 40,000-50,000 doses, which is barely enough for a day. As a result, out of the total 120 centres, including public ones, 51 have cancelled the inoculation drive, as per the Brihanmumbai municipal corporation (BMC).Major public centres like BKC Jumbo, SevenHills Hospitals, Dahisar jumbo, Cooper Hospital were among the few who had cancelled or cut short the vaccination drive on Friday.As soon as the vaccination shortage news reached the people, there was a huge rush at the vaccination centres. SevenHills Hospital saw a huge rush which got spread to the compound and Nesco jumbo vaccination was overcrowded. The local corporators received calls from people who either returned without the jabs or had their appointments cancelled.As per the report in the Times of India, civic officials informed that 1,86 lakh doses would reach Mumbai on Friday. Till this, centres that have fewer or zero doses may not plan to inoculate people.At least 56,909 people were inoculated as people rushed to the centres fearing vaccine shortage.Situation grim across stateThe situation is grim across states as inoculation centres were closed in Yavatmal, Chandrapur, Gondia, Amaravati. In Vasai-Virar, people were given second jabs and the rest were turned away. A total of 4.37 lakh people were vaccinated on Wednesday. With this, the total dose count stands at 89.55 lakh.Amid vaccine shortage, hospitals suggested that people should enquire beforehand before reaching the centre.According to BMC's executive health officer Mangala Gomare, 49 public vaccination sites maybe hit on Friday. Private hospitals like Nanavati, Bhatia, Holy Family may not hold vaccination drive amid a shortage.