Cases of Coronavirus in India increase to 979, death toll at 25, State wise cases tally here

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As per the latest figures released today by the Union Health Ministry, the total cases of coronavirus in the country has increased to 979, including 48 foreign nationals, as the country entered the 5th Day of a 21-day lockdown. While the death toll has increased to 25, 87 patients have been discharged across the country. As per the reports, Maharashtra has the highest coronavirus positive cases at 186, followed by Kerala at 182 and Karnataka at 76.

Given below are the state-wise figures of total cases of coronavirus in the country:

  • Andhra Pradesh – 14
  • Andaman and Nicobar Islands – 9
  • Bihar – 9
  • Chandigarh – 8
  • Chhattisgarh – 6
  • Delhi – 39 (including 1 foreign national)
  • Goa – 3 (including 1 foreign national)
  • Gujarat – 53 (including 1 foreign national)
  • Haryana – 33 (including 14 foreign nationals)
  • Himachal Pradesh – 3
  • Jammu and Kashmir – 31
  • Karnataka – 76
  • Kerala – 182 (including 8 foreign nationals)
  • Ladakh – 13
  • Madhya Pradesh – 30
  • Maharashtra – 186 (including 3 foreign nationals)
  • Manipur – 1
  • Mizoram – 1
  • Odisha – 3
  • Puducherry – 1
  • Punjab – 38
  • Rajasthan – 54 (including 2 foreign nationals)
  • Tamil Nadu – 42 (including 6 foreign nationals)
  • Telengana – 66 (including 10 foreign nationals)
  • Uttarakhand – 6 (including 1 foreign national)
  • Uttar Pradesh – 55 (including 1 foreign national)
  • West Bengal – 17

ebola virus

The death toll from coronavirus has crossed 30,000 in the world out of which, Italy alone had more than 10,000 deaths. After Italy, Spain, China, Iran and France, US ranked sixth in the number of deaths.

On Saturday, Spain reported over 800 deaths and over 8,000 new cases. In the US, the number of confirmed deaths due to coronavirus got doubled in just two days, with more than 2,000 deaths.

In the period of 24-hour which ended on Saturday evening, Italy reported 889 deaths compared to 969 on Friday. The every day rise in new cases was just under 6,000, about the same as the previous day’s figure.

China reported 5 deaths and 45 new confirmed cases in the 24 hours through midnight Saturday. All deaths took place in Hubei province, where the virus first emerged in December 2019.

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