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103 Deaths, 3,970 New COVID-19 Cases In India In Last 24 Hours

India saw a spike of 3,970 COVID-19 cases during the same period, the ministry said, adding the total number of people suffering from the infection now stood at a staggering 85940, including 53035 active cases, 30153 cured/discharged/migrated cases and 2752 deaths.

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103 Deaths, 3,970 New COVID-19 Cases In India In Last 24 Hours
UP Fire and Emergency Services employee sprays disinfectant inside a civil hospital at Hazratganj, as a measure to contain the spread of coronavirus, during the nationwide lockdown, in Lucknow. (PTI)
103 Deaths, 3,970 New COVID-19 Cases In India In Last 24 Hours
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2020-05-16T11:35:03+05:30

India has registered another 103 deaths due to novel coronavirus in the last 24 hours, taking the tally to 2,752, the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare said on Saturday morning.

The country also saw a spike of 3,970 COVID-19 cases during the same period, the ministry said, adding the total number of people suffering from the infection now stood at a staggering 85940, including 53035 active cases, 30153 cured/discharged/migrated cases and 2752 deaths.

Maharashtra continues to be the worst-hit state in the country with maximum cases followed by Gujarat.

 "Thus, around 35.08 per cent patients have recovered so far," a senior health ministry official said.

The total confirmed cases include foreign nationals too.

Of the 103 deaths reported since Friday morning, 49 were in Maharashtra, 20 in Gujarat, 10 in West Bengal, eight in Delhi, seven in Uttar Pradesh, five in Tamil Nadu, two in Madhya Pradesh, one each in Karnataka and Himachal Pradesh.

Of the 2,752 fatalities, Maharashtra tops the tally with 1,068 deaths, Gujarat comes second with 606 deaths, followed by Madhya Pradesh at 239, West Bengal at 225, Rajasthan at 125, Delhi at 123, Uttar Pradesh at 95, Tamil Nadu at 71 and Andhra Pradesh at 48.

The death toll reached 36 in Karnataka, 34 Telangana and 32 in Punjab.

Haryana and Jammu and Kashmir have reported 11 fatalities each due to the disease, while Bihar has registered seven and Kerala has reported four deaths, the ministry said.

Jharkhand, Chandigarh, Himachal Pradesh and Odisha have recorded three COVID-19 fatalities each, while Assam has reported two deaths.

Meghalaya, Uttarakhand and Puducherry have reported one fatality each, according to the ministry data.

More than 70 per cent of the deaths are due to comorbidities (existence of multiple disorders), according to the ministry.

The data updated Saturday morning showed the highest number of confirmed cases in the country are from Maharashtra at 29,100, followed by Tamil Nadu at 10,108, Gujarat at 9,931, Delhi at 8,895,
Rajasthan at 4,727, Madhya Pradesh at 4,595 and Uttar Pradesh at 4,057.

The number of COVID-19 cases has gone up to 2,461 in West Bengal, 2,307 in Andhra Pradesh and 1,935 in Punjab.

It has risen to 1,454 in Telangana, 1,056 in Karnataka, 1018 in Bihar, 1,013 in Jammu and Kashmir and 818 in Haryana.

Odisha has reported 672 coronavirus infection cases so far while Kerala has recorded 576 cases. A total of 203 people have been infected with the virus in Jharkhand and 191 in Chandigarh, the ministry said.

Tripura has reported 156 cases, Assam has 90 cases, Uttarakhand has 82, Himachal Pradesh has 76, Chhattisgarh has 66 and Ladakh has registered 43 cases so far.

Thirty-three COVID-19 cases have been reported from the Andaman and Nicobar Islands.

Goa reported 15 COVID-19 cases, while Meghalaya and Puducherry registered 13 cases each.

Manipur has three cases. Mizoram, Arunachal Pradesh and Dadar and Nagar Haveli haave reported a case each till now.

"230 cases being reassigned to states," the ministry said.

"Our figures are being reconciled with the ICMR," it said on its website.

State-wise distribution is subject to further verification and reconciliation, it said.


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