Eight fishermen were arrested in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands for fishing in the area reserved for the vulnerable Jarawa tribe.
Director of Shipping Services of Andaman and Nicobar Islands and Chief Port Administrator Captain Ashutosh Pandey said services have been suspended as the islands are under lockdown
Forty more people have been cured of the disease, taking the total number of recoveries in the islands to 749, he said.
All commercial establishments, shops, transport, barring those dealing with essential commodities and services, will remain shut, the order said.
The Chief Secretary had that there are sufficient supplies, medicines, equipment on the islands and added that the highest contact tracing, testing, and quarantine was being done.
The Andaman and Nicobar Islands administration has set up an isolation centre at the GB Pant Hospital with 50 beds.
Man tests positive for COVID-19 in Andaman and Nicobar Islands, first case to be found in pool testing
The man, a resident of the South Andaman district, has been admitted to the designated hospital, said Avijit Roy, the nodal officer for the disease in the Union Territory.
He was part of a group of people that had gone to Delhi to attend a religious programme and returned to Port Blair via Kolkata on March 24
They were transported to the hospital directly from the airport after they showed coronavirus-like symptoms and did not get in contact with locals.
All of them went to Delhi to attend a religious programme and returned to Port Blair via Kolkata on March 24, they said.