The number of coronavirus cases moved to 1,397 on Tuesday after 146 new contaminations were accounted for in the previous 24 hours the nation over, while the loss of life rose to 35, as per the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare.
Coronavirus Positive Cases Raised Up to 1400 in India, 35 Deaths
The active cases of COVID-19 remain at 1,238, while three deaths – two in Punjab and one in Maharashtra – were accounted for, the service said in refreshed information on Tuesday night.
Above of 123 people were either cured or discharged and one had relocated, taking the complete number of cases because of the virus to 1,397, including 49 foreigners, it expressed.
Maharashtra has announced the most deaths (nine) up until now, trailed by Gujarat (six), Karnataka, Punjab and Madhya Pradesh (three each), and Delhi, West Bengal and Jammu and Kashmir (two each). Kerala, Telangana, Tamil Nadu, Bihar and Himachal Pradesh have detailed a fatality each.
The highest number of cases of the deadly disease was accounted for from Kerala with 234 infections up until now, followed by Maharashtra at 216 and Uttar Pradesh at 101.
The number of COVID-19 cases in Delhi has gone up to 97, while Karnataka detailed 83 affirmed cases and there are 79 infections in Telangana. Rajasthan and Tamil Nadu announced 74 cases each, followed by Gujarat at 73, and Jammu and Kashmir at 54.
Madhya Pradesh has 47 positive cases and Punjab revealed 41 cases. Forty coronavirus cases have been distinguished in Haryana and Andhra Pradesh each.
The number of cases have ascended to 26 in West Bengal, while Bihar has 15 cases. Ladakh and Chandigarh detailed 13 cases each.
Ten cases have been accounted for from the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. Chhattisgarh has eight positive cases, while Uttarakhand has detailed seven cases up until this point.
Goa has detailed five cases, while Himachal Pradesh and Odisha have revealed three cases each. Puducherry, Mizoram and Manipur have revealed a case each.