India's COVID-19 tally soars past 9,000 mark, 35 new deaths in last 24 hours

So far, Maharashtra, Delhi and Tamil Nadu have more than 1000 coronavirus cases.

Published: 13th April 2020 11:07 AM  |   Last Updated: 13th April 2020 11:07 AM   |  A+A-

A girl wearing mask carried water in Bengaluru.

A girl wearing mask carried water in Bengaluru. (Photo | EPS/Pandarinath B)


NEW DELHI: India's tally of positive COVID-19 cases rose to 9,152 following an increase of 796 cases in the last 24 hours, the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare said on Monday.

Out of the total number of cases, 7,987 patients are active cases while 857 cases have been cured/discharged and migrated.

With 35 deaths in the last 24 hours, the death toll mounted to 308.

According to the ministry, Maharashtra remained at the top with the total cases at 1,985, including 217 patients who have recovered/discharged and 149 patients died.


Delhi's tally of positive COVID-19 cases rose to 1,154 cases, including 27 recovered and 24 patients succumbing to the virus.

Tamil Nadu too reported 1,075 cases, including 50 recovered and 11 patients dead.

Meanwhile, four states have crossed the 500 mark with regards to the total number of cases as Rajasthan recorded 804 cases, Madhya Pradesh with 532 cases, Gujarat with 516 cases and Telangana with 504 cases, as per the ministry.

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