Chinese virus: Maharshtra, Delhi, Tamil Nadu and Rajasthan are worst-hit states in India

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New Delhi, April 13: On Monday, 34 more deaths have been reported due to highly contagious pathogen in the country. In this way, the death toll has reached to 308 in the country.

At the same time, 796 new cases have been reported in the last 24 hours, taking the countryโ€™s total number of coronavirus cases to over nine thousand. So far a total of 9152 cases have been reported in the country.

 According to data released by the Ministry of Health and family Welfare on Monday morning, 72 patients tested positive for COVID-19 are of foreign origins. At the same time, there is also a good news that 857 people have been cured and sent to their respective homes.

On the other hand, the death toll from Corona in Maharashtra has reached to 149. At the same time, the number of Covid-19 patients is also increasing rapidly. Maharashtra has the total 1985 positive cases of Corona.

On the other hand, in the country’s capital Delhi, the death toll from Corona has increased to 24. So far, 1154 cases have been reported in the national capital.

However, the rate of spread of corona infection in the country is highest in Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Delhi and Tamil Nadu, Telangana, Andhra Pradesh. Around 300 districts across the country are worst affected by dreaded virus.

According to the Health Ministry, corona virus patients have now been confirmed in 31 states and union territories of the country.

The number of Corona patients in the states is like this-

Andaman and Nicobar – 11, 427 in Andhra Pradesh, Arunachal Pradesh – 1, Assam – 29, Bihar – 64, Chhattisgarh – 31, Delhi – 1154, Goa – 7, Gujarat – 516, Haryana – 185, Himachal Pradesh – 32, Jharkhand – 19, Karnataka – 232, Kerala – 376, Madhya Pradesh – 564, Maharashtra – 1985, Manipur – 2, Mizoram – 1, Odisha – 54, Puducherry – 7, Punjab – 151, Rajasthan – 804, Tamil Nadu – 1043, Telangana – 504, Tripura-2, Chandigarh-31, Jammu-Kashmir-245, Ladakh-15, Uttar Pradesh 483, Uttarakhand-35, West Bengal-152 .