Coronavirus cases surpass 23000 in India, Maha worst affected with 6430 cases

Coronavirus

Lockdown 2.0 announced by Prime Minister Narendra Modi is going to end in about 10 days, however, the total number of cases in the country has crossed 23,077, revealed figures released by health ministry today morning.

Coronavirus

Aroind 1,684 fresh Covid-19 cases have been reported in past 24 hours. The death toll from coronavirus increased to 718 as 37 casualties reported in 24 hours. 4,748 people, who were infected with Covid-19 are discharged or cured of the virus.

Amongst the states, Maharashtra remains the worst affected with 6,430 cases and 283 casualties.

Total coronavirus cases in India, state-wise

Andaman and Nicobar Islands – 22

Andhra Pradesh – 895

Arunachal Pradesh – 1

Assam – 36

Bihar – 153

Chandigarh – 27

Chhattisgarh – 36

Delhi – 2376

Goa – 7

Gujarat – 2624

Haryana – 272

Himachal Pradesh – 40

Jammu and Kashmir – 427

Jharkhand – 53

Karnataka – 445

Kerala -447

Ladakh – 18

Madhya Pradesh – 1699

Maharashtra – 6430

Manipur – 2

Meghalaya – 12

Mizoram – 1

Odisha – 90

Puducherry – 7

Punjab – 277

Rajasthan -1964

Tamil Nadu – 1683

Telangana – 960

Tripura – 2

Uttarakhand – 47

Uttar Pradesh – 1510

West Bengal – 514

In India, more than 5 lakh samples have been tested for coronavirus till date, as per Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR). Around the world, the total number of coronavirus cases has surpassed 27 lakh, as per the latest figures from Johns Hopkins University, while the death toll has inflated above 1.9 lakh. In the United States, COVID-19 cases has topped has the world’s largest number of coronavirus cases at over 8.68 lakh and the country has reported nearly 50,000 deaths.

Spain (21,393 cases and 22,157 deaths), Italy(189,973 cases and 25,549 deaths), France (159,460 cases and 21,889 deaths) are among the next most worst affected countries due to the pandemic.

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