State-Wise Break Up Of Coronavirus Cases And Deaths
While 437 people have lost their lives, 1,748 people have also recovered so far. Here is the state-wise break up of cases and deaths: Maharastra reported the highest number of deaths (194), where 3,205 cases have come to light and 300 people have recovered as well. There have been 53 deaths in Madhya Pradesh. While the total number of patients here is 1,120, 64 patients have recovered as well. In Delhi, 38 people have lost their lives due to the coronavirus so far. While the total number of patients here is 1,640, 51 people have been discharged as well. In Gujarat, 36 people have died. While a total of 930 cases have been reported here, 73 patients have recovered as well. In Telangana, 18 people have lost their lives so far. While 186 people have recovered here, a total of 700 people have contracted the coronavirus.
In Tamil Nadu, 1,267 cases have come to light. While 15 patients have died here, 180 patients have been discharged as well.
In Andhra Pradesh, 14 people have died. Over here, a total of 534 cases have been reported and 20 people have recovered too.
There have been 13 deaths each in Uttar Pradesh (UP), Karnataka and Punjab. The total number of patients in UP is 805. In Karnataka, 315 and in Punjab, 186 coronavirus cases have been reported. Meanwhile, 74 in UP, 82 in Karnataka and 27 people have been discharged in Punjab. In West Bengal, 255 cases have been reported so far. While 51 people have recovered here, 10 people have died. There have been four deaths in Jammu and Kashmir. While 38 people have recovered, the total number of patients here is 314. There have been three deaths each in Rajasthan, Kerala and Haryana. In Rajasthan 1,1,31, in Kerala 395 and in Haryana 205 people have contracted the coronavirus. In Jharkhand, two people have died so far. Over here, a total of 28 cases have been reported. Apart from this, there has been one death each in Bihar, Odisha, Himachal Pradesh, Assam and Meghalaya due to the coronavirus. The coronavirus has taken 33 states of the country in its grip so far and the number of patients is rising rapidly.
As #coronavirus infections continue to spike, the #HealthMinistry says over 13,387 #COVID_19 cases have been registered so far in the country with 437 fatalities. The death toll is highest in #Maharashtra with 194 deaths@MoHFW_INDIA #coronavirusindia pic.twitter.com/V5pNcOa9up— GoNewsIndia (@GoNews_India) April 17, 2020