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These are the 10 most-affected cities in India with the highest number of COVID-19 cases

These are the 10 most-affected cities in India with the highest number of COVID-19 cases
  • India on Friday became the fourth worst-affected country due to coronavirus.
  • As of Friday morning, the overall number of cases stood at 297535, while the death toll increased to 8498.
  • Maharashtra remained the worst-hit state in the country with total inching close to the one lakh-mark with 97,148 cases, including 3,590 deaths and 46,078 recoveries.
In a new grim milestone, India on Friday became the fourth worst-affected country due to coronavirus as the total number of COVID-19 cases in India inches towards the 3 lakh mark. At the same time, the deaths have surged to more than 8400.

As of Friday morning, the overall number of cases stood at 297535, while the death toll increased to 8498, the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare revealed in its latest update.

Maharashtra remained the worst-hit state in the country with total inching close to the one lakh-mark with 97,148 cases, including 3,590 deaths and 46,078 recoveries.

It is followed by Tamil Nadu (38,716) and the national capital with 34,687 Covid-19 cases. States with more than 10,000 cases include Gujarat with 22,032 cases and 1,385 deaths, Uttar Pradesh (12,088), Rajasthan (11,838), Madhya Pradesh (10,241).

Here’s the list of top 10 worst-affected cities in India

National capital leads the place

National capital leads the place

On first position comes the national capital, Delhi recorded 13,500 fresh coronavirus cases in last 24 hours, the highest single-day spike. The total number of COVID-19 cases in the city stood over 7,36,688, and the death toll due to the disease mounted to 11,355.

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Pune accounts for 6,61,407 of the total cases in Maharashtra

Pune accounts for 6,61,407 of the total cases in Maharashtra
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Pune is the second worst-hit city in India and worst hit in the state of Maharashtra. The city accounts for 6,61,407 cases, with 8,612 deaths in the district.

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Mumbai is the third worst affected city

Mumbai is the third worst affected city
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Mumbai has 5,27,391 confirmed COVID-19 cases and 12,066 deaths so far. Currently, it has 89,125 active covid cases with the recovery rate at 4,25,091.

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Bengaluru stands on fourth position

Bengaluru stands on fourth position

The city in total has 4,88,369 confirmed cases and 4,855 deaths. Currently, the city has 56,545 active number of cases and the recovery rate stands at 4,26,968.

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Thane coronavirus tally inches more than 4.1 lakh

Thane coronavirus tally inches more than 4.1 lakh

The tally of coronavirus patients in Thane district of Maharashtra crossed the 4.1 lakh mark , with 75,683 active cases, officials said. The death toll in the district has gone up to 6,277, they said.

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Nagpur, fourth worst city of Maharashtra

Nagpur, fourth worst city of Maharashtra
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Nagpur is the fourth worst-hit coronavirus city in Maharashtra with 2,89,992 confirmed coronavirus cases. The city reported more than 7,000 cases in last 24 hours.

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Chennai reports 2,015 COVID positive cases in last 24 hours

Chennai reports 2,015 COVID positive cases in last 24 hours

The city tally stood at 2,67,181 confirmed cases with 4,329 deaths so far.

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Nashik stood at ninth in the list

Nashik stood at ninth in the list
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Nashik, is the fifth worst affected city of Maharashtra. The city has 2,23,692 confirmed cases and 2,465 deaths till now.

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Kamrup metro district of Assam is one of the most affected city

Kamrup metro district of Assam is one of the most affected city

The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Kamrup metro district is 2,20,893 on Tuesday. According to Government of Assam, the city has 2,387 active cases with the death toll rising to 1,118.

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