Delhi Needs To Step Up And Address Distress Among Urban Poor During The Lockdown Extension, Say Activists

Delhi Needs To Step Up And Address Distress Among Urban Poor During The Lockdown Extension, Say Activists

According to experts, the urban poor in Delhi are bearing the brunt of the coronavirus pandemic due to loss of income coupled with dismal living conditions
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Delhi Needs To Step Up And Address Distress Among Urban Poor During The Lockdown Extension, Say ActivistsWith extended lockdown and rising number of COVID-19 cases, the urban poor of Delhi are facing a risk of health and hunger, say activists
Highlights
  • According to experts and activists, poor are the worst affected by lockdown
  • They assert that the lockdown has put lakhs of daily wagers out of jobs
  • Delhi government is providing Rs. 5,000 each to construction workers

New Delhi: Every day 37-year-old Bhanvari would go to Bhalswa landfill to collect about 20 kilos of waste and then go to a scrap market about three kilometres away to sell it. That was before the lockdown was imposed to check the coronavirus outbreak. Her income back then ranged from Rs. 200 to Rs. 300 per day. With five mouths to feed at home, Bhanvari and her husband, a scrap dealer who collects junk from nearby colonies, used to spend most of the daily total income of Rs. 600 in food, commute, medicines for his father and rent and hardly anything was left for savings.

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While talking to NDTV she said,

It’s been more than a month now since we have earned even a single paisa. I hope that I don’t get the virus but I am more worried about how will I feed my children now? We were not prepared for this. We hear that the Delhi government is providing food but if we are asked to stay indoors why are they expecting us to queue up in crowds to get the food? Had it not been for some NGOs working in this area, we would have lost all hopes.

According to experts and activists, among the worst affected by the ongoing lockdown, imposed to curb the transmission of COVID-19, are the poor. They are also the most vulnerable to the infection because of the lack of proper nutrition, low immunity, cramped living conditions, and financial uncertainty given the temporary nature of their occupation. In order to protect the poor and vulnerable sections in the national capital, experts and social activists have urged the government of Delhi to provide additional support to them.

Chitra Mukherjee, Head – Advocacy and Policy at Chintan Environmental Research and Action Group, an NGO that has been working for the welfare of sanitation workers said,

The nation-wide lockdown has put lakhs of daily wage earners like ragpickers, maids, street vendors, construction workers and others working in the unorganised sector into peril. The effect of this lockdown and of the spread of the virus is devastating for slum dwellers. From no jobs and lack of food to no social distancing due to the dire living conditions, the urban poor of Delhi are facing it all.

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Major Problems Being Faced By Daily Wagers In The Capital And Measures Taken By Delhi Government

Amrita Johri, an activist associated with Roti Rozi Adhikaar Abhiyan, a people’s movement working for the rights of the daily wage workers and urban poor, emphasized the lack of accessibility to proper food. Being on the ground every day, raising awareness and distributing food to thousands of homeless people and slum dwellers, her observations reveal that people are struggling to survive the lockdown are panicked about their future, their next meal, health and future of their children and keeping themselves safe from the virus. She said,

The government of Delhi is trying to provide food to a large number of homeless and needy people. Apart from providing lunch and dinner at night shelters, they have roped in public schools, turned those into shelters and food distribution spots. Providing food like this is a huge help right now but in the coming days, the focus needs to be given on distributing dry ration to people at their door-step. By ration, let’s not just be limited to providing rice and wheat, there is a need to add pulses, cooking oil, salt and sugar also in the monthly quota.

Ms. Mukherjee’s organisation, Chintan, has reached out to 14,000 urban poor and is providing cooked meals and survival kit that includes dry ration along with hygiene and sanitation products. She highlighted that another major concern that is rising now is that after May 17 when the lockdown is over and the rag pickers get back to work, they will still be exposed to the deadly virus because the discarded masks, gloves, tissues and other soiled items generated along with other waste from houses, are not being dumped properly which will end up in dumps where they look for reusable/ recyclable items with bare hands, exposed to bio-medical hazards. While ICMR has laid down guidelines on managing bio-medical waste generated during diagnostics and treatment of COVID-19 suspected and confirmed patients, that are required to be followed at isolation wards, quarantine centres, sample collection centres, laboratories, urban local bodies and biomedical waste treatment and disposal facilities, there are no such guidelines for individuals who are asymptomatic or are using and disposing off masks and tissue papers for protecting themselves while in public or at home.

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Further highlighting the plight of the urban poor, she said that the slums they are living in with big families are densely populated neighbourhoods – often sharing one room and one bathroom which creates ideal conditions for disease transmission and leaves no opportunities of practising ‘social distancing’. She said,

Once the virus reaches the slums, it could be like wildfire and will spread through the community. This is evident from Dharavi slum case. There are more than 100 cases in that slum now and 10 deaths. It is just a matter of time, we will see this in Delhi as well. There have been Mohalla Clinic doctors getting infected who may have been in contact with many people. Recently, a Delhi government volunteer who was distributing food at shelter homes and slums was tested positive. It is unimaginable how many people are at risk of catching the virus now.

How Is Delhi Supporting Urban Poor To Cope With The Lockdown And Stay Safe

Distribution Of Cooked Food

To ensure regular access to cooked food to homeless and distressed people amid the lockdown, the Government of Delhi has taken up some measures under the provisions of the Disaster Management Act, 2005. According to Bhaskar Sharma, media official of Delhi Government, these measures include operating helplines in all districts of Delhi to guide and assist all homeless and needy people to the nearest Night shelters and temporary shelters managed by the Delhi Urban Shelter Improvement Board (DUSIB) for accessing cooked meals. These shelters have sanitary arrangements including toilets and handwashing areas and social distancing measures are being followed strictly at these shelters, as per the official.

According to the official, the state government is currently feeding cooked food that mainly includes ‘khichri’ or rice cooked with lentils to more than 7 lakh people every day at more than 1,600 distribution points across the capital.

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Distribution Of Dry Ration

Initially, only ration card holders under National Food Security Act (NFSA), 2013 were eligible to get 7.5-kilogram free ration which included 5 kgs provided under the act and additional 2.5 kgs announced by Delhi government in its relief package. Over and above the NFSA provisions and what the Delhi government promised, the Central government also promised 5 kgs of foodgrains to be distributed via state governments. Therefore, in Delhi, each cardholder is entitled to get 12.5kgs of foodgrains.

According to Delhi government, 71 lakh people in Delhi who have ration cards are getting 7.5 kgs of foodgrains as of now. This covers only 40 per cent of the capital’s population, leaving out lakhs of poor people. This prompted the government to start an e-coupon system to provide ration to those who do not have a ration card. For this, the Delhi government started a website on which people without ration card can register to get free ration for three months. The registered persons are being provided with 5 kgs of ration. According to Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, 3.5 Lakh people without ration card have received foodgrains through e-coupon system.

Providing Shelter To Stranded Migrant Workers And Homeless

NH Sharma, Director, Night Shelters, Delhi Urban Shelter Improvement Board said to NDTV that Delhi government is trying to accommodate all stranded migrant workers and homeless people. He said that there are around 12,000 migrant workers stranded in Delhi and all of them are being provided space in 346 shelter homes including 123 temporary facilities. He further added that these facilities have capacity of accommodating more than 18,000 people. Delhi government is also setting up more temporary shelters in schools and there is no problem of space, said Mr. Sharma.

Mohalla Clinic Network

Talking about the medical help that government of Delhi is trying to provide the needy, Nimmi Rastogi, Incharge of the Mohalla Clinics in the capital said,

We are running 400 mohalla clinics out which six are currently closed. The operating clinics are well equipped with basic health facilities and our doctors have been trained in identifying the symptoms and then refer the suspected patients to a COVID-19 hospital. We have provided protection devices like masks, face covers and gloves to our doctors and have also arranged for handwashing and sanitising facilities for the visitors since a couple of our doctors too have been infected with the coronavirus.

She further said that more than 2,000 contacts of the infected doctors in Shahdara and in Janta Mazdoor Colony near Seelampur have been traced and quarantined. She said,

We have put out notices asking people to report to them in case they had visited the clinic of the doctor. Clinics are also being sterilised frequently.

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Monetary Benefits And Increased Pensions

The Delhi government had promised one-time financial assistance of Rs. 5,000 each to construction workers, auto, e-riksha and rural service drivers to help them cope with the loss of income due to the lockdown. More than 40,000 construction workers have received the money, said the Delhi government in a press statement. More than 1 lakh drivers have applied for financial assistance.

Along with this, the CM also promised to double the pension amount for senior citizens, widows and people with disabilities for the month of March and has been transferred to their accounts by mid-April.

How Effective Have The Government Measures Been So Far

Rahul Verma, Founder, Uday Foundation, a Delhi based non-government organisation said that the Delhi government has been one of the few state governments who have responded to the pandemic very quickly. However, he pointed out that even as the country is in the middle of the extended lockdown, many are not aware of food distribution centres. He said,

Instead of asking them to call the helpline numbers, the government should go to the people itself and let them know what all places they can get a meal from. The government officials and volunteers must visit the colonies and slums where they live and streets where they can be found easily. Prominent places like bus terminals should have shelters and food distribution centres.

Talking about the promised increase in the quantity of foodgrains to be provided under the public distribution system (PDS), Anjali Bharadwaj of Right to Food Campaign, a people’s initiative for monitoring the implementation of the NFSA said,

Currently, people eligible for ration are getting 7.5 kgs of foodgrains. Delhi has about 2000 ration shops and none of the shopkeepers have received the additional quantities of foodgrain – 5kgs per person that was promised by the central government, as of April 20. When asked, the shopkeepers said that they have not received the additional grains. This can be because the Delhi government has not procured the additional grains yet. Almost one month of the lockdown is going to be completed and we have still not been able to sort the dry ration issue yet. Up till now, nobody has got full 12.5 kgs of dry ration.

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Ms. Johri asserted that nearly 70 per cent of Delhi’s population or 1.3 crore people live in slums but the government is distributing dry ration to only 71 lakh people. She said,

There is absolutely no proof of distribution of ration as of now. None of the ration shops can tell as to who are the people they have distributed ration to? There has to be transparency about this to know if the deserving people are getting their entitlements or not. Why is Delhi government providing a lesser amount of grains to those who have no ration cards? There is no shortage of food stocks and the government must unlock the state food stores to give grains to the poor.

She further said that the grain stocks of the Food Corporation of India (FCI) are now at over 77 million tonnes, which is three times more than the buffer stocks requirements, and adequate enough to meet the immediate food needs of crores of poor right now. She said,

On the ground, we have found many ration shops saying that the stock is over.

Highlighting the problems faced by the vulnerable groups in accessing free ration through e-coupon, Ms. Johri said that most workers do not have a smartphone or the ability to access the internet. Ashi Khatun, a widow who earned Rs. 5,500 a month cleaning houses before the lockdown, said that a person in the office of MLA of her area provided a free of cost digital services to help her apply for the e-coupon but he entered wrong details about her family members because of which she is now getting ration for only three people while there are five people in her family, so she is buying ration from the market. She said, “How will we afford this when we can barely afford milk for the baby at a time like this?” Ms. Johri said that a simpler system is required to register the needy in times of crisis like this. She said,

They need to have a mobile phone to generate an OTP, upload a photo of their Aadhaar card and a photo of their family, and finally, download the e-coupon. This makes the system inaccessible for the poorest and marginalised who need rations.

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While Ms. Bharadwaj acknowledged the intent of the Delhi government behind promising financial sops, she said that a large number of needy people are being excluded from this initiative. Delhi government has promised a transfer of Rs. 5,000 to each construction workers who are registered with the state’s labour department. However, she highlighted that not even 3 per cent of the total number of labourers in the capital are registered. In this case, how the deserving people will get the money, she said. Similarly, she said that an implementation plan is still awaited for rent subsidy that the state has promised. She said,

There is urgent for the government to understand that they need to take their efforts a notch higher to protect the vulnerable citizens.

About pensions, Ms. Bharadwaj said that the centre has promised a pension of Rs. 5,000 to the vulnerable groups but this again is been given to those who already registered pensioners and the number of those who need support is much higher during the ongoing crisis.

The activists from groups like Right to Foood Campaign, Karwan-e-Mohabbat, and Rozi Roti Adhikar Manch working on the ground providing relief to the stranded migrant workers and homeless have confirmed that there are at least 7 lakh stranded migrant workers in Delhi, a number much higher than what was reported by DUSIB. They said that most of these migrants are staying in slums, private shelters and temporary roadside sheds with not enough space to follow social distancing measures.

Three things which the experts ask the Delhi government to do urgently are – provide the promised 12.5 kgs ration to each needy person, make distribution of foodgrains transparent and make the registration process for the non-ration cardholders simpler.

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World

58,29,522Cases
30,38,673Active
24,30,080Recovered
3,60,769Deaths
Coronavirus has spread to 188 countries. The total confirmed cases worldwide are 58,29,522 and 3,60,769 have died; 30,38,673 are active cases and 24,30,080 have recovered as on May 29, 2020 at 11:06 am.

India

1,65,799 7466Cases
89,987 3877Active
71,106 3414Recovered
4,706 175Deaths
In India, there are 1,65,799 confirmed cases including 4,706 deaths. The number of active cases is 89,987 and 71,106 have recovered as on May 29, 2020 at 2:30 am.

State & District Details

State Cases Active Recovered Deaths
DistrictCases
Akola514
Aurangabad1465
Dhule125
Jalgaon562
Mumbai36382
Mumbai Suburban3436
Nagpur463
Nashik1116
Palghar841
Pune7573
Satara463
Solapur803
Thane9643
Yavatmal119
Ahmednagar91
Amravati205
Beed45
Bhandara25
Buldhana57
Chandrapur26
Hingoli138
Jalna131
Kolhapur424
Latur110
Nanded118
Nandurbar33
Parbhani54
Raigad1065
Ratnagiri212
Sangli101
Gadchiroli31
gondia60
Osmanabad67
Sindhudurg31
Wardha8
Washim11

59546 2598

38948 1815

18616 698

1982 85

DistrictCases
Chittoor257
Guntur412
Krishna478
Kurnool699
Sri Potti Sriramulu Nell*168
Anantapur344
East Godavari208
Prakasam64
Srikakulam85
Visakhapatnam78
West Godavari127
Y.S.R.160
Vizianagaram17

3251 80

1067 11

2125 68

59 1

DistrictCases
Bengaluru Rural15
Bengaluru Urban305
Mysuru101
Bagalkote83
Ballari47
Belagavi182
Bidar125
Chikkaballapura136
Dakshina Kannada107
Dharwad45
Gadag37
Kalaburagi266
Mandya265
Tumakuru36
Uttara Kannada79
Vijayapura98
Chamarajanagara0
Chikkamagaluru12
Chitradurga11
Davangere150
Hassan135
Haveri12
Kodagu4
Kolar21
Koppal4
Raichur135
Ramanagara1
Shivamogga36
Udupi128
Yadgir225

2533 115

1652 62

834 53

47

DistrictCases
North Goa39
South Goa25

69 1

31

38 1

0

DistrictCases
Chengalpattu699
Chennai13166
Kanchipuram330
Madurai274
Namakkal94
Ranipet99
Thanjavur126
Thiruvallur578
Thiruvarur50
Tiruppur115
Vellore48
Virudhunagar144
Ariyalur412
Coimbatore167
Cuddalore443
Dharmapuri8
Dindigul135
Erode70
Kallakurichi283
Kanniyakumari71
Karur81
Nagapattinam63
Perambalur124
Pudukkottai32
Ramanathapuram85
Salem184
Sivaganga39
Tenkasi85
The Nilgiris16
Theni115
Tiruchirappalli87
Tirunelveli377
Tirupathur31
Tiruvannamalai343
Tuticorin195
Villupuram432
Krishnagiri28

19372 827

8679 176

10548 639

145 12

DistrictCases
Kannur275
Kottayam51
Alappuzha40
Idukki28
Kasaragod276
Kollam62
Kozhikode62
Malappuram69
Palakkad132
Pathanamthitta48
Thiruvananthapuram57
Thrissur48
Ernakulam47
Wayanad30

1088 84

526 81

555 3

7

DistrictCases
Raipur11
Korba41
Balod24
Baloda Bazar14
Balrampur9
Bastar0
Bemetara13
Bijapur1
Bilaspur49
Dantewada0
Dhamtari2
Durg12
Gariyaband5
Janjgir-Champa15
Jashpur16
Kabirdham13
Kanker12
Kondagaon0
Korea9
Mahasamund1
Mungeli81
Narayanpur0
Raigarh14
Rajnandgaon35
Sukma0
Surajpur8
Surguja7

399 30

316 30

83

0

DistrictCases
Hyderabad1601
MedchalMalkajgiri46
Ranga Reddy100
Suryapet84
Vikarabad38
Warangal Urban29
Adilabad22
Jagitial59
Jangoan7
Jayashankar Bhupalapally9
Jogulamba Gadwal41
Kamareddy10
Karimnagar11
Khammam11
Kumuram Bheem Asifabad6
Mahabubnagar18
Mancherial33
Medak7
Nalgonda23
Narayanpet2
Nirmal21
Nizamabad74
RajannaSircilla12
Sangareddy17
Bhadradri Kothagudem4
Mahabubabad10
Mulugu3
Nagarkurnool4
Peddapalli3
Siddipet4
Wanaparthy0
Warangal Rural3
YadadriBhuvanagiri36

2256 158

844 93

1345 61

67 4

DistrictCases
Baleshwar143
Bhadrak111
Jajapur245
Dhenkanal17
Kalahandi25
Kendrapara71
Khordha128
Koraput8
Sundargarh43
Anugul21
Balangir68
Bargarh2
Boudh33
Cuttack87
Deogarh32
Gajapati34
Ganjam397
Jagatsinghapur55
Jharsuguda6
Kandhamal15
Kendujhar20
Malkangiri18
Mayurbhanj19
Nabarangpur2
Nayagarh66
Nuapada26
Puri87
Rayagada0
Sambalpur8
Sonepur5

1660 67

766

887 154

7

DistrictCases
Barwani42
Bhopal1483
Dewas96
Dhar122
East Nimar240
Gwalior132
Indore3426
Jabalpur238
Ujjain743
Agar Malwa13
Alirajpur3
Betul23
Burhanpur297
Chhindwara9
Dindori19
Harda4
Hoshangabad37
Khargone124
Mandsaur110
Morena89
Raisen68
Ratlam31
Sagar163
Shajapur10
Shandol9
Sheopur7
Tikamgarh9
Vidisha21
Anuppur5
Ashoknagar12
Balaghat8
Bhind53
Chhatarpur18
Damoh16
Datia9
Guna3
Jhabua14
Katni2
Mandla13
Narsinghpur10
Neemuch160
Niwari0
Panna4
Rajgarh10
Rewa39
Satna24
Sehore9
Seoni2
Shivpuri8
Sidhi13
Singrauli11
Umaria6

7453 192

3082 61

4050 123

321 8

DistrictCases
Ahmadabad12840
Anand100
Arvalli115
Banas Kantha112
Bhavnagar125
Gandhinagar252
PanchMahals84
Surat1626
Vadodara1018
Bharuch42
Botad55
Chhotaudepur25
Dang3
Dohad39
GirSomnath46
Jamnagar53
Kachchh68
Kheda75
Mahesana102
Mahisagar122
Narmada18
Naysari24
Patan83
Rajkot110
SabarKantha93
Surendranagar35
Tapi6
Valsad33
Amreli10
DevbhumiDwarka11
Junagadh28
Morbi4
Porbandar8

15562 367

6599

8003 454

960 22

DistrictCases
Ajmer344
Banswara103
Bharatpur131
Jaipur1954
Jhalawar247
Jodhpur1332
Kota429
Nagaur440
Alwar55
Barmer22
Bhilwara196
Bikaner108
Chittorgarh220
Churu24
Dausa50
Dholpur33
Dungarpur287
Hanumangarh24
Jaisalmer48
Jhunjhunu64
Karauli12
Pali185
Rajsamand110
SawaiMadhopur23
Sikar69
Tonk169
Udaipur644
Baran8
Bundi1
Ganganagar7
Jalore97
Pratapgarh13
Sirohi77

8067 364

3070

4817 360

180 7

DistrictCases
Faridabad372
Sonipat197
Ambala51
Bhiwani14
CharkiDadri15
Fatehabad15
Gurugram1200
Hisar29
Jhajjar122
Jind30
Kaithal12
Karnal42
Kurukshetra26
Nuh68
Palwal42
Panchkula45
Panipat61
Rohtak35
Sirsa9
Yamunanagar8
Mahendragarh38
Rewari24

1504 123

604 79

881 43

19 1

DistrictCases
Agra904
Aligarh145
Amroha66
Bareilly15
Bijnor93
Bulandshahr112
Firozabad172
Gautam Buddha Nagar597
Kanpur Nagar258
Lucknow303
Mathura96
Meerut421
Moradabad212
Muzaffarnagar77
Rae Bareli76
Rampur179
Saharanpur264
Sant Kabeer Nagar83
Varanasi177
Auraiya24
Ayodhya97
Azamgarh71
Baghpat26
Bahraich65
Balrampur36
Banda25
Basti148
Bhadohi32
Budaun21
Etah31
Etawah38
Ghaziabad499
Ghazipur111
Gonda42
Gorakhpur80
Hapur150
Hardoi37
Jalaun40
Jaunpur162
Jhansi39
Kannauj46
Kasganj6
Kaushambi4
Mainpuri24
Mau20
Mirzapur21
Pilibhit14
Pratapgarh10
Prayagraj14
Sambhal84
Shamli29
Shravasti24
Sitapur29
Sultanpur77
Unnao22
Ambedkar Nagar62
Amethi94
Ballia39
Barabanki147
Chandauli30
Chitrakoot4
Deoria71
Farrukhabad29
Fatehpur1
Hamirpur3
Hathras24
Kanpur Dehat4
Kheri60
Kushi Nagar20
Lalitpur2
Maharajganj48
Mahoba1
Shahjahanpur18
Siddharth Nagar102
Sonbhadra5

7170 179

2758

4215 224

197 15

DistrictCases
Central3136
East1149
New Delhi2460
North2137
North East1055
North West3071
Shahdara1002
South1174
South East1344
South West1387
West2518

16281 1024

8470 780

7495 231

316 13

DistrictCases
Dhubri15
Goalpara14
Marigaon26
Baksa3
Barpeta10
Biswanath3
Bongaigaon8
Cachar44
Charaideo13
Chirang5
Darrang6
Dhemaji8
Dibrugarh5
Dima Hasao8
Golaghat121
Hailakandi16
Hojai67
Jorhat11
Kamrup21
Kamrup Metro213
KarbiAnglong11
Karimganj36
Kokrajhar3
Lakhimpur29
Majuli1
Nagaon54
Nalbari21
Sivasagar8
Sonitpur19
South SalmaraMancachar4
Tinsukia14
Udalguri4
West KarbiAnglong0

856 75

748 58

104 17

4

DistrictCases
East District0
North District0
South District1
West District0

1

1

0

0

DistrictCases
Buxar133
Gaya74
Munger152
Patna224
Rohtas254
Arwal38
Aurangabad58
Banka84
Begusarai125
Bhagalpur140
Bhojpur74
Darbhanga103
Gopalganj94
Jehanabad145
Kaimur (bhabua)61
Lakhisarai43
Madhepura61
Madhubani167
Nalanda94
Nawada70
PurbiChamparan100
Purnia40
Saran53
Siwan66
Vaishali78
Araria42
Jamui34
Katihar111
Khagaria123
Kishanganj35
Muzaffarpur52
Pashchim Champaran48
Saharsa65
Samastipur79
Sheikhpura76
Sheohar7
Sitamarhi48
Supaul45

3296 235

2070 107

1211 128

15

DistrictCases
24 Paraganas North583
24 Paraganas South157
Darjeeling22
Howrah1015
Jalpaiguri14
Kalimpong7
Kolkata1979
Maldah150
Medinipur East89
Medinipur West32
Hooghly265
Murshidabad81
Nadia76
Paschim Bardhaman48
Purba Bardhaman78
Alipurduar6
Bankura29
Birbhum111
Coochbehar39
Dinajpur Dakshin7
Dinajpur Uttar153
Jhargram9
Purulia11

4536 344

2573 248

1668 90

295 6

DistrictCases
South Andamans33
Nicobars1
North And Middle Andaman1

33

0

33

0

DistrictCases
Pondicherry52
Karaikal2
Mahe4
Yanam0

51 5

37 3

14 2

0

DistrictCases
Anjaw0
Changlang0
Dibang Valley0
East Kameng0
East Siang0
Kamle0
KraDaadi0
KurungKumey0
Leparada0
Lohit1
Longding0
Lower Dibang Valley0
Lower Siang0
Lower Subansiri0
Namsai0
PakkeKessang1
Papum Pare2
Shi Yomi0
Siang0
Tawang0
Tirap0
Upper Siang0
Upper Subansiri0
West Kameng0
West Siang0

3 1

2 1

1

0

DistrictCases
Dimapur3
Kiphire0
Kohima0
Longleng0
Mokokchung0
Mon0
Peren0
Phek0
Tuensang2
Wokha0
Zunheboto0

18 14

18 14

0

0

DistrictCases
Dadra And Nagar Haveli3

2

2

0

0

DistrictCases
Ranchi139
Bokaro17
Deoghar5
Dhanbad16
Garhwa58
Giridih17
Hazaribagh55
Jamtara3
Koderma32
Simdega10
Chatra2
Dumka3
East Singhbum38
Godda2
Gumla18
Khunti3
Latehar10
Lohardaga4
Pakur4
Palamu19
Ramgarh15
Sahebganj0
SaraikelaKharsawan4
West Singhbhum15

469 21

253

212 27

4

DistrictCases
Gomati30
North Tripura7
Dhalai171
Khowai13
Sepahijala10
South Tripura6
Unakoti2
West Tripura10

242 12

75 10

167 2

0

DistrictCases
Kargil57
LehLadakh35

73 20

30 20

43

0

DistrictCases
Anantnag253
Bandipora141
Shopian107
Srinagar203
Baramulla136
Budgam71
Ganderbal27
Jammu53
Kathua33
Kulgam190
Kupwara153
Rajouri14
Ramban67
Reasi14
Samba12
Udhampur63
Mirpur0
Muzaffarabad0
Doda2
Kishtwar4
Poonch16
Pulwama44

2036 115

1150 109

859 5

27 1

DistrictCases
Chamba20
Hamirpur98
Kangra73
Sirmaur4
Solan23
Una32
Bilaspur18
Kinnaur0
Kullu1
Lahaul And Spiti0
Mandi13
Shimla8

276 3

201 3

70

5

DistrictCases
Jalandhar263
Ludhiana247
Patiala124
Amritsar379
Barnala24
Faridkot70
Firozepur50
Gurdaspur143
Hoshiarpur120
Kapurthala41
Mansa32
Moga65
Pathankot46
S.A.S Nagar120
Sangrur105
Shahid Bhagat Singh Nagar (Nawanshahr)95
Sri Muktsar Sahib68
Tarn Taran174
Bathinda52
Fatehgarh Sahib48
Fazilka50
Rupnagar (Ropar)63

2158 19

172

1946 28

40

DistrictCases
Haridwar36
Dehradun138
Nainital144
Almora41
Bageshwar16
Chamoli18
Champawat10
PauriGarhwal17
Pithoragarh22
Rudraprayag18
Tehri Garhwal61
Udam Singh Nagar61
Uttar Kashi11

500 31

417 31

79

4

DistrictCases
Bishnupur0
Chandel2
Churachandpur20
Imphal East4
Imphal West6
Jiribam0
Kakching0
Kamjong3
Kangpokpi2
Noney0
Pherzawl0
Senapati1
Tamenglong0
Tengnoupal2
Thoubal1
Ukhrul0

55 11

50 10

5 1

0

DistrictCases
Chandigarh290

288 9

95 7

189 2

4

DistrictCases
Daman0
Diu0

0

0

0

0

DistrictCases
East Khasi Hills18
East Garo Hills0
East Jaintia Hills0
North Garo Hills1
Ribhoi0
South Garo Hills0
South West Garo Hills0
South West Khasi Hills0
West Garo Hills2
West Jaintia Hills0
West Khasi Hills0

21 1

8 1

12

1

DistrictCases
Aizawl1
Champhai0
Hnahthial0
Khawzawl0
Kolasib0
Lawngtlai0
Lunglei0
Mamit0
Saiha0
Saitual0
Serchhip0

1

0

1

0

DistrictCases
Lakshadweep District0

0

0

0

0

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