State-wise details of Covid-19 cases in India

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New Delhi (NVI): The total number of coronavirus cases in India crossed the 57 lakh-mark today and reached 57,32,519, with another huge surge of 86,508 positive cases in the last 24 hours, according to Union Health Ministry data.

The country’s death toll has gone up to 91,149 after 1,129 new fatalities were reported in the country during this period.

In worst-hit Maharashtra, the COVID-19 cases climbed to 12,63,799, followed by Andhra Pradesh with 6,46,530 cases, and Tamil Nadu with 5,57,999 cases.

Total positive cases in States/UTs:

Andaman and Nicobar Islands- 3,712

Andhra Pradesh- 6,46,530

Arunachal Pradesh- 8,133

Assam- 1,63,491

Bihar- 1,72,854

Chandigarh- 10,726

Chhattisgarh- 93,351

Dadra Nagar Haveli & Diu – 2,962

Delhi- 2,56,789

Gujarat- 1,27,379

Goa- 29,879

Haryana– 1,16,856

Himachal Pradesh- 13,049

Jammu and Kashmir- 67,510

Jharkhand- 75,089

Karnataka- 5,40,847

Kerala- 1,48,132

Ladakh- 3,933

Madhya Pradesh- 1,13,057

Maharashtra- 12,63,799

Manipur- 9,376

Meghalaya- 4,961

Mizoram- 1,713

Nagaland- 5,671

Odisha- 1,92,548

Puducherry- 24,227

Punjab- 1,03,464

Rajasthan- 1,20,739

Sikkim- 2,628

Tamil Nadu- 5,57,999

Telangana- 1,79,246

Tripura- 23,789

Uttarakhand- 43,720

Uttar Pradesh- 3,69,686

West Bengal– 2,34,673

State/UT wise total death toll:

Andaman and Nicobar Islands- 52

Andhra Pradesh- 5,506

Arunachal Pradesh- 14

Assam- 597

Bihar- 874

Chandigarh- 140

Chhattisgarh- 728

Dadra and Nagar Haveli- 2

Delhi- 5,087

Goa- 376

Gujarat- 3,367

Haryana- 1,233

Himachal Pradesh- 140

Jammu and Kashmir- 1,062

Jharkhand- 648

Karnataka- 8,266

Kerala- 592

Ladakh- 51

Madhya Pradesh- 2,077

Maharashtra- 33,886

Manipur- 62

Meghalaya- 42

Nagaland- 16

Odisha- 736

Puducherry- 481

Punjab- 2,990

Rajasthan- 1,382

Sikkim- 29

Tamil Nadu- 9,010

Telangana- 1,070

Tripura- 260

Uttarakhand- 529

Uttar Pradesh- 5,299

West Bengal- 4,544

There are 9,66,382 active cases in the country now and nearly 47 lakh people have recovered.

-CHK