State-wise details of Covid-19 cases in India

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New Delhi (NVI): The total number of coronavirus cases in India has reached 54,87,580, with another huge surge of 86,961 positive cases in the last 24 hours, according to Union Health Ministry data.

The country’s death toll has gone up to 87,882 after 1,130 new fatalities were reported in the country during this period.

In terms of total number of cases, Maharashtra continues to be the worst affected state with 12,08,642 coronavirus cases followed by Andhra Pradesh with 6,25,514 cases, Tamil Nadu with 5,41,993 positive cases.

Total positive cases in States/UTs:

Andaman and Nicobar Islands- 3,651

Andhra Pradesh- 6,25,514

Arunachal Pradesh- 7,385

Assam- 1,56,680

Bihar- 1,69,024

Chandigarh- 10,082

Chhattisgarh- 86,183

Dadra Nagar Haveli & Diu – 2,924

Delhi- 2,46,711

Gujarat- 1,23,175

Goa- 28,429

Haryana– 1,11,257

Himachal Pradesh- 12,129

Jammu and Kashmir- 63,990

Jharkhand- 71,352

Karnataka- 5,19,537

Kerala- 1,35,721

Ladakh- 3,753

Madhya Pradesh- 1,05,644

Maharashtra- 12,08,642

Manipur- 8,894

Meghalaya- 4,660

Mizoram- 1,585

Nagaland- 5,451

Odisha- 1,79,880

Puducherry- 22,926

Punjab- 97,689

Rajasthan- 1,14,989

Sikkim- 2,472

Tamil Nadu- 5,41,993

Telangana- 1,72,608

Tripura- 22,275

Uttarakhand- 40,963

Uttar Pradesh- 3,54,275

West Bengal– 2,25,137

State/UT wise total death toll:

Andaman and Nicobar Islands- 52

Andhra Pradesh- 5,359

Arunachal Pradesh- 13

Assam- 562

Bihar- 864

Chandigarh- 123

Chhattisgarh- 677

Dadra and Nagar Haveli- 2

Delhi- 4,982

Goa- 351

Gujarat- 3,319

Haryana- 1,149

Himachal Pradesh- 120

Jammu and Kashmir- 1,001

Jharkhand- 617

Karnataka- 8,023

Kerala- 535

Ladakh- 49

Madhya Pradesh- 1,970

Maharashtra- 32,671

Manipur- 57

Meghalaya- 36

Nagaland- 15

Odisha- 701

Puducherry- 462

Punjab- 2,813

Rajasthan- 1,336

Sikkim- 28

Tamil Nadu- 8,811

Telangana- 1,042

Tripura- 245

Uttarakhand- 491

Uttar Pradesh- 5,047

West Bengal- 4,359

There are 10,03,299 active cases in the country now and nearly 44 lakh people have recovered.

-CHK