State-Wise Break Up Of Coronavirus Cases And Deaths
The highest number of deaths in the country (201) has taken place in Maharashtra, where 3,323 cases have been reported and 331 people have recovered as well. There have been 69 deaths in Madhya Pradesh. The total number of patients here is 1,310 and 69 patients have recovered too. In Delhi, 42 people have lost their lives due to the coronavirus so far. There are 1,707 active patients here and 72 people have been discharged as well. In Gujarat, 41 people have died. A total of 1,099 cases have been reported here and 86 patients have recovered. In Telangana, 18 people have lost their lives so far. While 186 patients have recovered here, a total of 766 people have been infected with the coronavirus. In Tamil Nadu, 1,323 cases have come to light. While there have been 15 deaths here, 283 patients have been discharged as well. In Uttar Pradesh, 14 people have died. Over here, 849 cases have been reported and 82 people have recovered.
In Andhra Pradesh, 14 people have lost their lives so far. While 36 people have recovered here, 572 people have contracted the coronavirus. There have been 13 deaths each in Karnataka and Punjab. The total number of patients in Karnataka is 359 and in Punjab, 202 cases have been reported. In Karnataka 89 and in Punjab 27 patients have been discharged so far. There have been 11 deaths in Rajasthan. A total of 1,229 cases have been reported here and 183 people have recovered as well. In West Bengal, 287 cases have come to light so far. While 55 people have recovered here, 10 people have died. There have been five deaths in Jammu and Kashmir. While 42 people have recovered here, the total number of patients stands at 328. There have been three deaths each in Kerala and Haryana. In Kerala 396 and in Haryana 225 people have been infected with the coronavirus. Two people each have died in Bihar and Jharkhand so far. In Bihar 83 and in Jharkhand 33 cases have been reported. Apart from this, one death each has taken place in Odisha, Himachal Pradesh, Assam and Meghalaya due to the coronavirus. The coronavirus has hit 33 states in the country so far and the number of patients keeps increasing rapidly.
As #coronavirus infections continue to spike, the #HealthMinistry says over 14,378 #COVID_19 cases have been registered so far in the country with 480 fatalities. The death toll is highest in #Maharashtra with 201 deaths@iankushchoubey #coronavirusoutbreak @MoHFW_INDIA pic.twitter.com/4pxuGjra5c— GoNewsIndia (@GoNews_India) April 18, 2020