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 63 lakh-mark today and reached 63,12,585, with another huge surge of 86,821 positive cases in the last 24 hours, according to Union Health Ministry data.

The country’s death toll has gone up to 98,678 after 1,181 new fatalities were reported in the country during this period.

In worst-hit Maharashtra, the COVID-19 cases climbed to 13,84,446, followed by Andhra Pradesh with 6,93,484 cases, and Tamil Nadu with 5,97,602 cases.

Total positive cases in States/UTs:

Andaman and Nicobar Islands- 3,835

Andhra Pradesh- 6,93,484

Arunachal Pradesh- 9,796

Assam- 1,80,811

Bihar- 1,82,728

Chandigarh- 11,938

Chhattisgarh- 1,13,602

Dadra Nagar Haveli & Diu – 3,040

Delhi- 2,79,715

Gujarat- 1,37,232

Goa- 33,418

Haryana– 1,28,599

Himachal Pradesh- 14,976

Jammu and Kashmir- 75,070

Jharkhand- 83,651

Karnataka- 6,01,767

Kerala- 1,96,106

Ladakh- 4,269

Madhya Pradesh- 1,28,047

Maharashtra- 13,84,446

Manipur- 10,983

Meghalaya- 5,639

Mizoram- 2,017

Nagaland- 6,163

Odisha- 2,19,119

Puducherry- 27,544

Punjab- 1,13,886

Rajasthan- 1,35,292

Sikkim- 3,012

Tamil Nadu- 5,97,602

Telangana- 1,93,600

Tripura- 26,066

Uttarakhand- 49,000

Uttar Pradesh- 3,99,082

West Bengal– 2,57,049

State/UT wise total death toll:

Andaman and Nicobar Islands- 53

Andhra Pradesh- 5,828

Arunachal Pradesh- 16

Assam- 697

Bihar- 904

Chandigarh- 162

Chhattisgarh- 957

Dadra and Nagar Haveli- 2

Delhi- 5,361

Goa- 428

Gujarat- 3,450

Haryana- 1,382

Himachal Pradesh- 186

Jammu and Kashmir- 1,181

Jharkhand- 713

Karnataka- 8,864

Kerala- 742

Ladakh- 58

Madhya Pradesh- 2,316

Maharashtra- 36,662

Manipur- 67

Meghalaya- 49

Nagaland- 17

Odisha- 842

Puducherry- 521

Punjab- 3,406

Rajasthan- 1,486

Sikkim- 37

Tamil Nadu- 9,520

Telangana- 1,135

Tripura- 283

Uttarakhand- 611

Uttar Pradesh- 5,784

West Bengal- 4,958

There are 9,40,715 active cases in the country now and more than 52 lakh people have recovered.

-CHK