As Recovery Rate In Delhi Follows An Upward Graph, A Look At Delhi’s Response To Coronavirus Outbreak

As Recovery Rate In Delhi Follows An Upward Graph, A Look At Delhi’s Response To Coronavirus Outbreak

According to the experts, inadequate preparation, laxity of prevention measures among the population, opening up the movement of people, and confusion over testing and isolation strategies led to an increase in COVID-19 numbers in Delhi
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As Recovery Rate In Delhi Follows An Upward Graph, A Look At Delhi’s Response To Coronavirus OutbreakDespite being the third worst-hit state/union territories by COVID-19 infections, Delhi has a recovery rate of over 85 per cent
Highlights
  • Delhi is the third worst-hit state/union territories by COVID-19 infections
  • Delhi has reported over 1.2 lakh cases of COVID-19; recovered rate of 85.2%
  • Doubling rate of cases has improved from 13 days (May 22) to 73 days now

New Delhi: On July 20, for the first time in seven weeks, Delhi recorded less than 1,000 fresh cases of COVID-19. Over the last few weeks, the daily rate of growth in COVID-19 cases has declined from 5.7 per cent (May 22) to 1 per cent (July 22). The doubling rate has also improved from 13 days (May 22) to 73 days (July 22). Parallely, the recovery rate has shot up to 85.2 per cent. According to Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, there are three key principles behind Delhi’s model of fighting Coronavirus.

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In an online media briefing on July 15, CM had said,

In the last one and a half months, the Delhi government has worked on three principles. First, we learned that Corona is so huge a pandemic, that no one can fight it alone. Second, we never felt bad over what our critics had to say to us, rather, we worked on them to improve the situation. Third, we did not lose hope.

As Recovery Rate In Delhi Follows An Upward Graph, A Look At Delhi’s Response To Coronavirus Outbreak
Status of total COVID-19 cases, deaths and recoveries in Delhi

Though currently, Delhi is among the top three worst-hit states/union territories in terms of Coronavirus infections in India, experts believe that the national capital seems to have hit the peak. On July 20, AIIMS Director Dr Randeep Guleria had said,

My feeling is that certain areas have hit their peak. Delhi seems to have done so because the cases have declined significantly.

Also Read: COVID Cases Seem To Have Hit Peak In Delhi, Cases On Decline Now: AIIMS Director Dr Randeep Guleria

But to reach this incremental recovery rate, Delhi had to cross numerous hurdles. NDTV’s Banega Swasth India team spoke to experts to examine Delhi’s response to the pandemic so far.

Understanding Delhi’s Initial Response And The Progression In COVID-19 Cases

On March 1, Delhi reported the first case of Novel Coronavirus after a 45-year-old returning from Italy tested positive. On March 25, at the start of the nationwide lockdown, Delhi had just 35 COVID-19 cases of which six had already recovered. But soon the cases started to increase and the majority of them were linked to the Markaz event held in Delhi’s Nizamuddin in mid-March. By April 2, out of the 141 new COVID-19 cases reported, 129 were linked to the Markaz event.

Since May 28, Delhi started to register over 1,000 COVID-19 cases daily; within two weeks the numbers jumped and since June 10, the national capital has been registering more than 1,500 new infections every day. Delhi recorded over 32,000 cases in the first 19 days of June.

Talking about Delhi’s initial response and what changed in June that led to a spike, Dr Vikas Choudhry, Vice President, Public Health Practice, Sambodhi Research and Communications said,

Delhi has been a mixed bag in its performance. The problems to contain the epidemic in a densely populated city are multi-fold. Delhi did start well in terms of its better performance in testing and containment strategies compared to rest of the country in the first few weeks but over the course, a combination of factors like less than adequate preparation for health infrastructure, laxity of prevention measures among the population, confusion over testing and isolation strategies, constant changes in some guideline, among others, worked against Delhi. It reflected in rising numbers back in June.

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Dr Rajesh Khanna, Deputy Director of Health and Nutrition at Save The Children also shared the same views and said when the lockdown was relaxed, people forgot the word ‘new’ and went on to lead their normal life. He added,

Suddenly, the quality of work that is required to control such a pandemic had gone down. Secondly, when a lockdown is relaxed and movement is allowed, you have to be more cautious, but I felt laxity among both authorities and people.

In addition to this, Dr Prabhakaran, Vice President, Research and Policy at Public Health Foundation of India believes that lack of communication and synergy between the public and private sector and central and state governments added to the chaos. He said,

I think they had to work together in order to bolster the health system to tide over the temporary period. Effective communication, meeting, and more collaboration and cooperation amongst various stakeholders were needed and lacking. But otherwise, in terms of planning and thinking, they were kind of okay.

Lockdown relaxations, opening up the movement of people, travel restrictions being lifted and people coming back to the country through Vande Bharat Mission (India’s repatriation operation) also fuelled the increase in caseload.

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But in June, during the unlock phase 1, the situation went so out of control that the Supreme government called it “horrendous, horrific and pathetic”. While taking note of reports of improper handling of COVID-19 patients and disposal of bodies in the country, the Supreme Court slammed the Delhi government.

Why has your testing gone down from 7,000 to 5,000 a day when Chennai and Mumbai have increased their testing from 16,000 to 17,000?, the court asked.

Amidst this, the news of community transmission of coronavirus in the national capital started doing rounds and the Delhi Health Minister Satyendar Jain said,

AIIMS Director Dr Randeep Guleria has said that there is a community transmission in Delhi but the Centre has not accepted it yet.

Following this, the central government intervened and assisted the Delhi government in its fight against the pandemic. Together, they took some bold decisions like increasing of COVID-19 testing by three times in six days, converting establishments like hotels into quarantine facility, constituting helpline for patients, and adding beds across banquet halls, hotels, nursing homes.

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To ensure the availability of life-saving plasma which is often used to help critically ill-patients recover, Delhi has even launched two plasma banks. The country’s first plasma bank set-up at Delhi’s ILBS (Institute of Liver and Biliary Sciences) Hospital was inaugurated on July 2. The second bank was operationalised at the Lok Nayak Jai Prakash Narayan (LNJP) hospital on (July 14).

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Things started improving once the testing of samples was increased, beds and other emergency infrastructure were ramped up, home isolation was started, plasma banks were set up. This is reflected in the decreasing cases and positivity rates as well as the improving recovery rates in the last couple of weeks, said Dr Vikas Choudhry.

Did Delhi Utilise The Lockdown Period Well?

The aim of the lockdown was to bring down the R (eff) number – the average number of people that would be infected by a single infected person, taking into account the public health interventions implemented to contain the spread of the virus. Ideally, R (eff) should be less than 1. If any state or country manages that, it means the curve is flattening.

According to Dr Monica Mahajan, Director Internal Medicine, Max Healthcare, the lockdown was a laudable move and it did have a positive impact in terms of slowing down the growth curve. The lockdown gave Delhi government the time to prepare the healthcare infrastructure, procure personal protective equipment (PPE), and improve patients handling capacity of hospitals.

The doctors and nurses never had such exposure to any virus. The lockdown was a learning period; each hospital was preparing treatment protocol following the guidelines of the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR). Both infrastructure and manpower were increased but the lockdown wasn’t sustainable because there were economic implications, said Dr Monica Mahajan.

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Though the Delhi government did take measures during the lockdown, Dr Vikas Choudhry believes Delhi should have used the time to plan and prepare a containment strategy implementation plan that involved active surveillance measures and stronger contact tracing through roping in human resources and training. He added,

I feel ramping up health infrastructure like hospital beds, ventilators, clear information around bed availability and others through applications that we have now, could have been done earlier.

COVID-19 Infrastructure In Delhi

Earlier in March, Delhi had declared only five hospitals as dedicated COVID-19 facilities. With the rise in cases, the number of hospitals – state government, central government and private – to address the needs of COVID-19 patients have been increased. According to the official data (as on July 12), over 100 hospitals in Delhi are treating COVID-19 patients. Together, these hospitals have 15,253 beds of which 4,315 are occupied and 10,938 are vacant.

Along with this, dedicated COVID Care Centres have 7,162 beds and dedicated COVID health centres have 544 beds. Over 11,000 (11,059) patients are in home isolation.

As Recovery Rate In Delhi Follows An Upward Graph, A Look At Delhi’s Response To Coronavirus Outbreak
COVID hospitals and infrastructure in Delhi

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The number of vacant beds might seem encouraging but considering the constant rise in cases and the onset of monsoon which brings in other diseases like Dengue, Malaria, Delhi will need beds in the future for both COVID and other diseases. For this reason, Dr Monica Mahajan highlights the importance of home quarantine and says,

Earlier everyone testing positive for COVID-19 was being admitted to hospitals. But now only moderate and severe cases are being admitted. This has been streamlined and I will appreciate the rational use of bed allocation. We need to understand that not everyone can be put in a government facility and patients need to be segregated between home isolation, government facility and hotels – whoever can afford. We have to utilise hospital beds in a sensible manner as we will require the same beds for dengue, malaria and typhoid cases.

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Delhi’s Commonwealth Games Indoor Stadium Converted Into 600 Bedded COVID Care Centre
COVID care centre at Commonwealth Games stadium in Delhi

While talking to NDTV, Umesh Sehgal, who recently recovered from COVID-19 and was in home quarantine, said that though he was at home, he received full attention and support of the government as medical officials would call and check on him. Once when he wanted to see a doctor for a follow-up and didn’t get an online appointment at a private hospital, he approached a government dispensary and it delivered medicines at his doorstep.

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Along with adequate infrastructure, an adequate focus on manpower is essential. Elaborating on the same, Dr Monica Mahajan said,

Right now this is the maximum manpower that we have. The government is trying to open up centers and setup beds but who will man those beds? You still need doctors and nurses. Setting up beds is the easiest task as we have ample stadiums and halls but the challenge is manpower.

A Look At COVID-19 Testing In Delhi

According to the information available on ICMR’s official website, as on June 24, Delhi has 46 labs for COVID-19 testing – 20 government labs and 26 private laboratories. Of this, 37 government and private facilities are involved in RT-PCR testing (Reverse transcription-polymerase chain reaction – for the qualitative detection of viral RNA), which is considered the gold standard for the diagnosis of COVID-19 as it detects the presence of the virus in the body; other three are for TrueNat testing and six labs are for CB NAAT(Cartridge Based Nucleic Acid Amplification Test).

Explaining the difference between three kinds of tests, Dr Harsh Mahajan, Founder of Mahajan Imaging and Chairman of CARINGdx, said,

All three – RT-PCR, TrueNat and CBNAAT give similar results. The difference is in the time they take to give results and the numbers of samples they can test in one go. In RT-PCR you can put 96 samples at a time whereas, in CBNAAT and TrueNat machine, you can test either one sample or four. The latter two technologies were being used earlier for other diseases; they have a cartridge which means they are automated and give results within half an hour. Because of their speed, they can be used in case of emergency.

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Recently, Delhi has also started rapid antigen detection test – which is like a regular blood test and gives results within 20 minutes, thus helping in giving a fillip to the number of tests being conducted. Antigen test is also a diagnostic test that detects a specific protein called ‘spike protein’ present on the surface of the coronavirus. Currently, it is being done in containment zones in an effort to screen a large population. Talking about the new test, Dr Harsh Mahajan said,

Rapid antigen test is cheap and quick but it has moderate sensitivity (around 50 per cent) and high specificity which means if you test 100 COVID-19 patients, it will give positive results for only 50 of them. Every time a rapid antigen test gives a negative result; you will have to confirm it through RT-PCR test.

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On July 12, 21,236 COVID-19 tests were done, taking the total tests tally to close to 8 lakh (7,89,853). According to the official data, Delhi is conducting 41,571 tests per million population as against the all India figure of 8,947 tests per million. Talking about whether this is enough, Dr Harsh Mahajan said,

No one knows what’s enough. The more you test, the better it is. The statistics say that Delhi is doing well and has picked up testing but we have to look at the positivity rate as well. When positivity is 1 in 4 or 1 in 5 then we know we need to ramp up testing.

To further improve testing, Dr Harsh Mahajan suggests introducing self-collection of samples as part of which, COVID-19 suspects will be providing a testing kit with a manual so that they can take their sample and give it to the concerned laboratory.

This way no technician will have to go inside someone’s house, he said.

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Dr Harsh Mahajan also believes that though private laboratories have chipped in which has aided in increasing testing, an almost 50 per cent reduction in the price of COVID-19 testing, from Rs. 4,500 to Rs. 2,400 has been a setback for the private sector.

Contrary to this point of view, Dr Monica Mahajan is of the opinion that because of aggressive testing – which has been possible due to price capping, availability of testing kits, increase in the number of testing labs and antigen testing – Delhi is able to find more cases.

Experts Share Tips, Recommend The Way Forward For Delhi

Though Delhi has an incremental recovery rate and is seeing a downfall in the daily growth of cases, the fight is not over yet. Delhi has 673 containment zones. According to the latest sero-survey, over 77 per cent of the population is still susceptible to contracting the disease which means we cannot let our guards down.

Dr Monica Mahajan clarified that we haven’t yet faced the first wave properly and flattened the curve. The second wave and the expected peak are yet to come. This demands both government and citizens’ attention and action. While citizens need to follow the government’s advice, be extra vigilant and take all precautionary measures, the government needs to focus on containing the virus. Talking about the role of government, Dr Monica Mahajan said,

There are different models of containing the virus and what I find most effective is the way they did in Dharavi. Dharavi did extensive testing and isolated contacts. With current manpower and infrastructure, it’s impossible to do door-to-door testing and identifying cases. We can’t be over ambitious in terms of testing the entire community. We need to continue with extensive testing and contact tracing.

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Dr Monica Mahajan shared that there are cases for which the source of COVID-19 cannot be traced and it’s clear that community transmission is happening in Delhi. Dr Rajesh Khanna backed the statement and said,

The government is not coming out in open with it but everybody knows that community transmission is happening. To fight this, testing will have to be important and maybe testing house to house might not be possible so you take those areas where the number of cases are increasing, lockdown them completely, go in-depth in those areas rather than having a uniform policy across the capital.

Both central and state governments are working towards preparing facilities like beds, ventilators, and isolation centres. The government has also started using railway coaches turned into COVID Care Centre for the treatment of patients with very mild and mild symptoms of Coronavirus.

Not letting your guards down in containment and testing measures, avoiding confusions through clear evidence based guidelines and concentrating resources on preventing deaths is certainly the need going forward, said Dr Vikas Choudhry. Echoing the same, Dr Prabhakaran says,

A rise in COVID-19 cases was expected. What would be more important to look at it is how many people are getting into the hospitals, what is the case fatality, what is the number of tests per million population. I’m not terribly worried about the cases increasing because as long as they remain asymptomatic or have mild to moderate symptoms and we can manage them at home, it’s fine. It’s only when patients become very sick they require hospitals and the problems arise. We should be nimble and ready to address that.

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World

1,93,68,405Cases
69,15,765Active
1,17,31,633Recovered
7,21,007Deaths
Coronavirus has spread to 188 countries. The total confirmed cases worldwide are 1,93,68,405 and 7,21,007 have died; 69,15,765 are active cases and 1,17,31,633 have recovered as on August 8, 2020 at 4:12 am.

India

20,88,611 61537Cases
6,19,088 11704Active
14,27,005 48900Recovered
42,518 933Deaths
In India, there are 20,88,611 confirmed cases including 42,518 deaths. The number of active cases is 6,19,088 and 14,27,005 have recovered as on August 8, 2020 at 2:30 am.

State & District Details

State Cases Active Recovered Deaths
DistrictCases
Akola757
Aurangabad1974
Dhule228
Jalgaon1039
Mumbai45478
Mumbai Suburban5363
Nagpur692
Nashik1575
Palghar1421
Pune9920
Satara629
Solapur1291
Thane13660
Yavatmal150
Ahmednagar190
Amravati291
Beed54
Bhandara41
Buldhana88
Chandrapur32
Hingoli208
Jalna201
Kolhapur646
Latur139
Nanded176
Nandurbar42
Parbhani78
Raigad1462
Ratnagiri350
Sangli145
Gadchiroli42
gondia69
Osmanabad125
Sindhudurg114
Wardha11
Washim13

490262 10483

145889

327281 10906

17092 300

DistrictCases
Chittoor319
Guntur511
Krishna557
Kurnool795
Sri Potti Sriramulu Nell*296
Anantapur428
East Godavari356
Prakasam104
Srikakulam183
Visakhapatnam103
West Godavari199
Y.S.R.205
Vizianagaram23

206960 10171

84654 2488

120464 7594

1842 89

DistrictCases
Bengaluru Rural40
Bengaluru Urban529
Mysuru107
Bagalkote103
Ballari60
Belagavi337
Bidar219
Chikkaballapura149
Dakshina Kannada179
Dharwad61
Gadag45
Kalaburagi669
Mandya346
Tumakuru36
Uttara Kannada95
Vijayapura201
Chamarajanagara0
Chikkamagaluru19
Chitradurga14
Davangere204
Hassan205
Haveri24
Kodagu4
Kolar29
Koppal5
Raichur369
Ramanagara3
Shivamogga67
Udupi1176
Yadgir538

164924 6670

77694 2618

84232 3951

2998 101

DistrictCases
North Goa57
South Goa69

7947 333

2282 187

5595 142

70 4

DistrictCases
Chengalpattu1314
Chennai23324
Kanchipuram503
Madurai322
Namakkal83
Ranipet133
Thanjavur130
Thiruvallur774
Thiruvarur67
Tiruppur116
Vellore71
Virudhunagar185
Ariyalur444
Coimbatore188
Cuddalore477
Dharmapuri15
Dindigul175
Erode75
Kallakurichi324
Kanniyakumari110
Karur88
Nagapattinam99
Perambalur133
Pudukkottai53
Ramanathapuram119
Salem258
Sivaganga46
Tenkasi103
The Nilgiris17
Theni129
Tiruchirappalli119
Tirunelveli433
Tirupathur45
Tiruvannamalai496
Tuticorin333
Villupuram509
Krishnagiri43

285024 5880

52759

227575 6488

4690 119

DistrictCases
Kannur357
Kottayam73
Alappuzha76
Idukki40
Kasaragod333
Kollam118
Kozhikode90
Malappuram119
Palakkad224
Pathanamthitta98
Thiruvananthapuram104
Thrissur106
Ernakulam60
Wayanad36

31700 1251

12451 432

19147 814

102 5

DistrictCases
Raipur46
Korba100
Balod41
Baloda Bazar85
Balrampur17
Bastar2
Bemetara21
Bijapur2
Bilaspur100
Dantewada0
Dhamtari6
Durg31
Gariyaband10
Janjgir-Champa56
Jashpur77
Kabirdham52
Kanker19
Kondagaon0
Korea39
Mahasamund54
Mungeli87
Narayanpur0
Raigarh47
Rajnandgaon52
Sukma0
Surajpur9
Surguja14

11408 476

3002 235

8319 231

87 10

DistrictCases
Hyderabad2475
MedchalMalkajgiri75
Ranga Reddy183
Suryapet87
Vikarabad40
Warangal Urban32
Adilabad22
Jagitial77
Jangoan8
Jayashankar Bhupalapally9
Jogulamba Gadwal40
Kamareddy11
Karimnagar17
Khammam26
Kumuram Bheem Asifabad8
Mahabubnagar30
Mancherial43
Medak11
Nalgonda33
Narayanpet3
Nirmal21
Nizamabad76
RajannaSircilla16
Sangareddy26
Bhadradri Kothagudem5
Mahabubabad10
Mulugu3
Nagarkurnool8
Peddapalli5
Siddipet7
Wanaparthy1
Warangal Rural4
YadadriBhuvanagiri40

77513 2256

22568 1151

54330 1091

615 14

DistrictCases
Baleshwar190
Bhadrak137
Jajapur322
Dhenkanal36
Kalahandi33
Kendrapara164
Khordha238
Koraput16
Sundargarh102
Anugul26
Balangir129
Bargarh16
Boudh34
Cuttack155
Deogarh33
Gajapati61
Ganjam581
Jagatsinghapur91
Jharsuguda8
Kandhamal28
Kendujhar34
Malkangiri20
Mayurbhanj73
Nabarangpur2
Nayagarh86
Nuapada69
Puri103
Rayagada2
Sambalpur16
Sonepur29

42550 1833

13605 11

28698 1810

247 12

DistrictCases
Barwani60
Bhopal1880
Dewas140
Dhar132
East Nimar266
Gwalior211
Indore3839
Jabalpur276
Ujjain799
Agar Malwa15
Alirajpur3
Betul35
Burhanpur351
Chhindwara16
Dindori29
Harda4
Hoshangabad37
Khargone196
Mandsaur112
Morena109
Raisen71
Ratlam51
Sagar228
Shajapur39
Shandol14
Sheopur26
Tikamgarh18
Vidisha37
Anuppur22
Ashoknagar13
Balaghat9
Bhind87
Chhatarpur35
Damoh26
Datia12
Guna8
Jhabua14
Katni3
Mandla15
Narsinghpur17
Neemuch319
Niwari0
Panna20
Rajgarh31
Rewa39
Satna24
Sehore12
Seoni2
Shivpuri15
Sidhi17
Singrauli13
Umaria10

37298 734

8715

27621 719

962 16

DistrictCases
Ahmadabad17125
Anand107
Arvalli134
Banas Kantha147
Bhavnagar146
Gandhinagar410
PanchMahals107
Surat2311
Vadodara1555
Bharuch56
Botad55
Chhotaudepur37
Dang5
Dohad43
GirSomnath45
Jamnagar63
Kachchh99
Kheda98
Mahesana159
Mahisagar125
Narmada25
Naysari35
Patan105
Rajkot135
SabarKantha101
Surendranagar55
Tapi6
Valsad47
Amreli16
DevbhumiDwarka22
Junagadh31
Morbi4
Porbandar11

68768 1069

14443

51720 1370

2605 22

DistrictCases
Ajmer379
Banswara91
Bharatpur563
Jaipur2177
Jhalawar329
Jodhpur1748
Kota503
Nagaur500
Alwar90
Barmer34
Bhilwara250
Bikaner112
Chittorgarh188
Churu81
Dausa61
Dholpur60
Dungarpur374
Hanumangarh31
Jaisalmer53
Jhunjhunu64
Karauli17
Pali352
Rajsamand140
SawaiMadhopur26
Sikar231
Tonk171
Udaipur724
Baran59
Bundi5
Ganganagar8
Jalore164
Pratapgarh14
Sirohi130

50157 1161

13195 87

36195 1064

767 10

DistrictCases
Faridabad867
Sonipat404
Ambala93
Bhiwani60
CharkiDadri43
Fatehabad38
Gurugram2950
Hisar98
Jhajjar114
Jind38
Kaithal48
Karnal104
Kurukshetra55
Nuh68
Palwal120
Panchkula39
Panipat78
Rohtak145
Sirsa50
Yamunanagar19
Mahendragarh47
Rewari56

40054 751

6143

33444 804

467 9

DistrictCases
Agra933
Aligarh215
Amroha80
Bareilly17
Bijnor157
Bulandshahr166
Firozabad190
Gautam Buddha Nagar1119
Kanpur Nagar286
Lucknow386
Mathura129
Meerut504
Moradabad252
Muzaffarnagar117
Rae Bareli78
Rampur203
Saharanpur298
Sant Kabeer Nagar132
Varanasi243
Auraiya37
Ayodhya120
Azamgarh138
Baghpat68
Bahraich73
Balrampur49
Banda27
Basti214
Bhadohi60
Budaun23
Etah52
Etawah46
Ghaziabad794
Ghazipur159
Gonda59
Gorakhpur166
Hapur225
Hardoi49
Jalaun41
Jaunpur194
Jhansi41
Kannauj69
Kasganj16
Kaushambi6
Mainpuri46
Mau48
Mirzapur22
Pilibhit15
Pratapgarh15
Prayagraj30
Sambhal116
Shamli40
Shravasti23
Sitapur32
Sultanpur97
Unnao42
Ambedkar Nagar92
Amethi206
Ballia60
Barabanki168
Chandauli38
Chitrakoot4
Deoria143
Farrukhabad36
Fatehpur3
Hamirpur3
Hathras43
Kanpur Dehat4
Kheri72
Kushi Nagar67
Lalitpur3
Maharajganj85
Mahoba3
Shahjahanpur25
Siddharth Nagar159
Sonbhadra10

113378 4404

44563 909

66834 3432

1981 63

DistrictCases
Central4817
East2472
New Delhi3405
North3059
North East1914
North West5463
Shahdara1580
South2329
South East2446
South West2391
West4768

142723 1192

10409 61

128232 1108

4082 23

DistrictCases
Dhubri30
Goalpara19
Marigaon50
Baksa14
Barpeta28
Biswanath16
Bongaigaon12
Cachar80
Charaideo29
Chirang6
Darrang20
Dhemaji47
Dibrugarh61
Dima Hasao86
Golaghat203
Hailakandi57
Hojai89
Jorhat24
Kamrup42
Kamrup Metro276
KarbiAnglong13
Karimganj85
Kokrajhar37
Lakhimpur57
Majuli2
Nagaon143
Nalbari23
Sivasagar20
Sonitpur27
South SalmaraMancachar4
Tinsukia84
Udalguri28
West KarbiAnglong5

55496 2679

16555 1088

38809 1585

132 6

DistrictCases
East District3
North District0
South District3
West District0

854 25

447

406 53

1

DistrictCases
Buxar134
Gaya115
Munger188
Patna279
Rohtas256
Arwal52
Aurangabad75
Banka134
Begusarai243
Bhagalpur266
Bhojpur103
Darbhanga143
Gopalganj123
Jehanabad178
Kaimur (bhabua)105
Lakhisarai72
Madhepura82
Madhubani199
Nalanda123
Nawada122
PurbiChamparan138
Purnia135
Saran101
Siwan139
Vaishali87
Araria68
Jamui47
Katihar175
Khagaria253
Kishanganj75
Muzaffarpur96
Pashchim Champaran57
Saharsa88
Samastipur139
Sheikhpura118
Sheohar20
Sitamarhi73
Supaul87

71304 3516

26453 2565

44482 945

369 6

DistrictCases
24 Paraganas North1031
24 Paraganas South281
Darjeeling97
Howrah1435
Jalpaiguri88
Kalimpong18
Kolkata2777
Maldah235
Medinipur East153
Medinipur West159
Hooghly604
Murshidabad125
Nadia139
Paschim Bardhaman70
Purba Bardhaman130
Alipurduar39
Bankura116
Birbhum206
Coochbehar210
Dinajpur Dakshin50
Dinajpur Uttar216
Jhargram9
Purulia66

89666 2912

24652 823

63060 2037

1954 52

DistrictCases
South Andamans33
Nicobars1
North And Middle Andaman1

1222 99

778 26

425 70

19 3

DistrictCases
Pondicherry111
Karaikal2
Mahe4
Yanam0

4862 241

1873 130

2914 106

75 5

DistrictCases
Anjaw0
Changlang31
Dibang Valley0
East Kameng0
East Siang1
Kamle0
KraDaadi0
KurungKumey0
Leparada0
Lohit3
Longding0
Lower Dibang Valley0
Lower Siang0
Lower Subansiri0
Namsai2
PakkeKessang1
Papum Pare8
Shi Yomi0
Siang0
Tawang1
Tirap0
Upper Siang1
Upper Subansiri0
West Kameng0
West Siang1

2049 101

720 20

1326 81

3

DistrictCases
Dimapur20
Kiphire3
Kohima7
Longleng0
Mokokchung0
Mon8
Peren2
Phek1
Tuensang3
Wokha0
Zunheboto0

2657 77

1826 71

824 5

7 1

DistrictCases
Dadra And Nagar Haveli20

1437 46

421 5

1014 41

2

DistrictCases
Ranchi148
Bokaro16
Deoghar5
Dhanbad32
Garhwa80
Giridih19
Hazaribagh110
Jamtara2
Koderma58
Simdega48
Chatra1
Dumka5
East Singhbum170
Godda2
Gumla28
Khunti10
Latehar14
Lohardaga8
Pakur4
Palamu27
Ramgarh75
Sahebganj0
SaraikelaKharsawan20
West Singhbhum21

16465 709

8923

7391 797

151 6

DistrictCases
Gomati74
North Tripura14
Dhalai196
Khowai24
Sepahijala174
South Tripura53
Unakoti49
West Tripura45

5999 146

1878

4084 224

37 1

DistrictCases
Kargil77
LehLadakh43

1614 19

411

1194 17

9 2

DistrictCases
Anantnag395
Bandipora175
Shopian255
Srinagar300
Baramulla271
Budgam110
Ganderbal37
Jammu138
Kathua53
Kulgam295
Kupwara231
Rajouri39
Ramban151
Reasi26
Samba25
Udhampur155
Mirpur0
Muzaffarabad0
Doda27
Kishtwar10
Poonch35
Pulwama108

23927 473

7260

16218 510

449 13

DistrictCases
Chamba29
Hamirpur117
Kangra105
Sirmaur11
Solan32
Una41
Bilaspur21
Kinnaur2
Kullu4
Lahaul And Spiti0
Mandi21
Shimla10

3150 103

1182 14

1954 89

14

DistrictCases
Jalandhar297
Ludhiana293
Patiala132
Amritsar485
Barnala25
Faridkot74
Firozepur50
Gurdaspur154
Hoshiarpur140
Kapurthala44
Mansa31
Moga65
Pathankot86
S.A.S Nagar137
Sangrur107
Shahid Bhagat Singh Nagar (Nawanshahr)99
Sri Muktsar Sahib71
Tarn Taran163
Bathinda60
Fatehgarh Sahib57
Fazilka53
Rupnagar (Ropar)74

21930 1039

7351 636

14040 381

539 22

DistrictCases
Haridwar94
Dehradun370
Nainital323
Almora71
Bageshwar31
Chamoli36
Champawat45
PauriGarhwal36
Pithoragarh43
Rudraprayag30
Tehri Garhwal110
Udam Singh Nagar83
Uttar Kashi24

8901 349

3058 31

5731 304

112 14

DistrictCases
Bishnupur7
Chandel5
Churachandpur32
Imphal East10
Imphal West21
Jiribam3
Kakching2
Kamjong5
Kangpokpi26
Noney1
Pherzawl3
Senapati6
Tamenglong2
Tengnoupal9
Thoubal18
Ukhrul4

3466 249

1530 226

1926 21

10 2

DistrictCases
Chandigarh313

1374 47

531 1

820 43

23 3

DistrictCases
East Khasi Hills22
East Garo Hills0
East Jaintia Hills0
North Garo Hills1
Ribhoi0
South Garo Hills0
South West Garo Hills4
South West Khasi Hills0
West Garo Hills5
West Jaintia Hills1
West Khasi Hills1

1006 16

590

411 66

5

DistrictCases
Aizawl10
Champhai0
Hnahthial0
Khawzawl0
Kolasib11
Lawngtlai2
Lunglei2
Mamit8
Saiha0
Saitual1
Serchhip0

566 27

277 26

289 1

0

DistrictCases
Lakshadweep District0

0

0

0

0

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