Coronavirus cases in India state wise soar to 1,385, 102 cured and 32 dead
- Maharashtra is the worst-hit state in India with 231 infected people.
- Kerala stood second with 222 infected people.
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The Maharashtra government reported 231 positive cases in the state, making it the worst-hit state in India. Kerala stood second place with 222 infected people. Rajasthan is also seeing a speedy rise in the infected case after its Bangad Memorial Hospital, leaked infections turning it into an epicentre, health department officials.
Eighteen districts in Uttar Pradesh have been put on high alert after reports that people from these districts attended the Tablighi Jamaat, a religious congregation of about 2000 people in Nizamuddin in Delhi from March 13 to 15.
Alarm bells began to ring loud late on Monday (March 30) night, with a cryptic tweet by Telangana Chief Minister's Office announcing the death of six people due to COVID-19.
Here is the latest state-wise data from the website of the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare.
|S. No.||Name of State / UT||Total Confirmed cases *||Cured/||Death|
|2||Andaman and Nicobar Islands||9||0||0|
|11||Jammu and Kashmir||48||2||2|
|Total number of confirmed cases in India||1251#||102||32|
Note: The data has been collated from the Indian Ministry of Health authorities. It is accurate as of March 31 11:10 am.#Remaining 46 cases are being assigned to states to initiate contact tracing
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