Agra has witnessed 25 new coronavirus cases taking the total number of confirmed COVID-19 cases to 45 in the district, informed Agra District Magistrate Prabhu N Singh. Whereas in Uttar Pradesh, the total number of coronavirus positive cases has surged to 172 including 2 deaths while 14 people have been cured. Agra was among the first districts in the country that witnessed COVID-19 cases initially. Coronavirus positive patients in India now stand at 2547 including 62 deaths while 163 have recovered after getting infected with the deadly disease.
Of these 2,322 are active cases of COVID-19, 162 individuals have recovered and discharged from the hospital, one person migrated to another country and 62 people have succumbed to the disease, according to the data published by the Health Ministry in the evening. Maharashtra remained the worst hit state with a total number of positive cases rising to 335, followed by Tamil Nadu which has 309 cases, according to the Health Ministry data. At least 286 people are affected in Kerala, while the total number of cases in Delhi is 219. Uttar Pradesh reported 172 cases, Rajasthan reported 167 cases, Telengana reported 158 cases, and Andhra Pradesh reported 132 cases.
Madhya Pradesh has reported 104 cases, Jammu and Kashmir has 75, Punjab has 48 cases, West Bengal 63, Gujarat 95, Haryana 49 cases, Bihar 29, Chandigarh 18, Assam 16 and Ladakh has 14 coronavirus cases as per the Health Ministry data. In Andaman and Nicobar Island, there are at least 10 cases, Uttarakhand has also reported 10 cases, Arunachal Pradesh has 1, Goa has 6 cases, Chhattisgarh has 9, Himachal Pradesh 6, Jharkhand and Manipur 2 cases each, Odisha has 5 cases and Puducherry 5.
Most number of casualties has have reported from Maharashtra, at least 16 deaths. Other states and UTs that have reported casualties are Andhra Pradesh (1), Bihar (1), Delhi (4), Gujarat (7), Himachal Pradesh (1), J&k (2), Karnataka (3), Kerala (2), Madhya Pradesh (6), Punjab (5), Tamil Nadu (1), Telangana (7), Uttar Pradesh (2) and West Bengal (3).
A total of 163 people who recovered from the disease are from Andhra Pradesh (1), Chhattisgarh (2), Delhi (8), Gujarat (10), Haryana (24), Himachal Pradesh (1), Jammu and Kashmir (3), Karnataka (10), Kerala (27), Ladakh (3), Maharashtra (42), Puducherry (1), Punjab (1), Rajasthan (3), Tamil Nadu (6), Telengana (1), Uttarakhand (2), Uttar Pradesh (14) and West Bengal (3).