Coronavirus Updates from India – Total Cases Reached Upto 799, Deaths Above 18.

Until now, more than 500,000 people are infected with the Novel Coronavirus and death count is more than 23,000. In India, deaths are close to 20 and 73 are recovered so far.

The total number of people infected due to the novel coronavirus has reached around 799 and on Thursday, around 85 cases were recorded from the different parts of the country. This is the highest single-day count until the date.

In Madhya Pradesh, the Novel Coronavirus has claimed its first life on Thursday. The total death toll on Thursday was 17. Various parts where deaths were recorded were Gujrat, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Karnataka, Bihar, Tamilnadu, Punjab, West Bengal, Himachal Pradesh, and Delhi.

At present, there are 706 active cases in India and 73 cases are declared as cured or recovered. With 19 new cases on Thursday, the total number of cases in Kerala is now 137. Maharashtra observes 130 active cases.

In Gujrat, a total of 43 people were positive for the virus and the state has witnessed 2 deaths. Karnataka has seen its 2nd death and 4 more positive cases rising the total number of cases to 55. Telangana state has seen 45 COVID-19 cases.

There are 35 coronavirus cases in Delhi while Haryana has recovered its 16th case so far. The total number of patients in Jammu & Kashmir is 13 and Ladakh has reported its 13th case.

Bihar now has 6 confirmed COVID-19 cases and West Bengal has 10 positive cases until now. There are 4 positive patients in Uttarakhand, 7 in Chandigarh, 3 in Goa and 6 in Chhattisgarh. Manipur and Mizoram have observed one case each.

On March 26, Andaman and Nicobar have islands that have confirmed their first positive case.

Starting from 24th midnight, Indian is under a 3-weeklong lockdown to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus spread. Only essential goods and services will be available for the general public during the lockdown.

(The numbers mentioned about the total found cases and deaths were verified at the time of writing. Kindly refer to Government approved sources for the updated numbers.)

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