Coronavirus Updates; The number of New Cases are Spiking day by day 

The spread of novel coronavirus in India has quickened in the past few days with new cases of coronavirus and COVID-19 deaths being reported every day. After the first confirmed positive case was reported on January 30 in Kerala, the epidemic has expanded its footprints in the country, affecting over 7,500 people.

More than three billion people around the world have been living under lockdown for the past few days as governments step up efforts to combat coronavirus pandemic which has left more than 85,000 people dead globally.

While novel coronavirus has impacted China, Italy, the US and Spain the most, India too is seeing COVID-19 infect its economy. After making its presence in Kerala first, the novel coronavirus spread to other cities/regions, including Bengaluru, Pune, Delhi, Jaipur, Agra, Hyderabad, Jammu and Kashmir.

Here’s the full list of coronavirus positive cases in India and the state-wise impact of the pandemic

Coronavirus in India: Total number of positive cases (including deaths): 8,663 as of April 12.

States/UTs death toll, Total deaths in India: 277

Andhra Pradesh: 6

Assam: 1

Bihar: 1

Delhi: 14

Gujarat: 23

Himachal Pradesh: 2

Haryana: 3

Jammu and Kashmir: 4

Jharkhand: 2

Karnataka: 6

Kerala: 3

Madhya Pradesh: 34

Maharashtra: 121

Odisha: 1

Punjab: 12

Rajasthan: 8

Tamil Nadu: 11

Telangana: 11

Uttar Pradesh: 5

West Bengal: 9

Coronavirus in India: States/UTs with confirmed positive cases 

Kerala: 376

Punjab: 158

Delhi: 1069

Jammu and Kashmir: 224

Ladakh: 15

Rajasthan: 796

Uttar Pradesh: 452

Maharashtra: 1,893

Karnataka: 226

Tamil Nadu: 969

Telangana: 504

Haryana: 179

Andhra Pradesh: 417

Himachal Pradesh: 32

Gujarat: 493

Uttarakhand: 35

Odisha: 50

West Bengal: 134

Chandigarh: 19

Chhattisgarh: 18

Madhya Pradesh: 532

Bihar: 64

Puducherry: 7

Manipur: 2

Mizoram: 1

Goa: 7

Andaman and Nicobar Islands: 11

Jharkhand: 17

Assam: 29

Arunachal Pradesh: 1

Tripura: 2

Note: The tallies above include foreigners who have been infected with COVID-19.

No. of people discharged: 504

While the Centre and state governments have been trying hard to check the spread of coronavirus by tracking, isolating and treating the infected persons, the gradual rise of the pandemic in India is worrisome.

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