The total number of novel coronavirus cases in India rose to 415 today after 30 new cases were accounted for, as indicated by Health Ministry information. Maharashtra is the worst hit with 89 affirmed cases. Kerala has the second most noteworthy number of cases at 52. COVID-19 has so far asserted two lives in Maharashtra.
Coronavirus Cases Spike to 415 in India, 80 in Maharashtra
The figure includes 41 remote nationals and the seven deaths announced up until now. The total number of dynamic coronavirus cases the nation over now remains at 359, while 24 people have been restored/released/moved, the Union Health Ministry said.
Delhi has revealed 27 positive cases, while Uttar Pradesh records 25 cases.
Telangana has revealed 21 cases. Rajasthan has revealed 28 cases. In Haryana, there are 17 cases, which incorporate 14 outsiders.
Karnataka has 20 coronavirus patients. Punjab and Ladakh have 13 cases each. Gujarat has 14 cases while Jammu and Kashmir have four.
Tamil Nadu records six cases. Andhra Pradesh, Uttarakhand revealed three cases each. West Bengal revealed four cases. Odisha has two cases.
The government is taking severe measures to stem the spread of the destructive coronavirus, which has killed seven people. Gujarat, Bihar, and Maharashtra announced a death each on Sunday, while four passings were prior detailed from Delhi, Karnataka, Maharashtra, and Punjab, the Health Ministry said.
Seventy-five urban areas including Delhi, Kolkata, Mumbai, Chennai, and Bengaluru went into complete lockdown till 31 March. Trains, metros and between state transports have been closed from today, just basic services like milk, vegetables, drugs, basic food item, and ATMs will be accessible during the shutdown.