Maharashtra, Delhi, Tamil Nadu, Haryana, Gujarat, Tripura, and Bihar have a higher caseload of Covid-19 infection than the national average. The number of coronavirus disease cases has seen a spike in the last few days since the government announced relaxation in nationwide lockdown. On Friday, it saw 9,851 new cases in the last 24 hours. According to the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) data, the country’s average of new Covid-19 cases is 6.67 per 100. But in Maharashtra, this number is 16. On Friday, the number of Covid-19 cases in India reached 2,26,770 of which 6,348 have lost their lives. While Arvind Kejriwal, CM of Delhi has sealed Delhi so that the available number of beds for COVID-19 patients may not run out, the number of cases in Delhi is increasing day by day. Delhi’s Covid-19 tally rose to 25,004 on Friday, 9,898 patients have recovered here while 650 died due to Covid-19. Maharashtra the sate which is worst hit by pandemic where the most number of police officers are suffering from COVID-19 is also showing no signs of recovering. On Friday, Maharashtra reported 77,793 Covid-19 cases. As many as 2,710 people have died of coronavirus in Maharashtra – highest in the country – while 33,681 have recovered. Tamil Nadu has seen 27,256 coronavirus cases to date. Two hundred and twenty people have died of Covid-19 in the state, more than 14,902 people have recovered. The Covid-19 cases in Gujarat jumped to 18,584 on Friday. The state has seen 12,667 people recover from coronavirus while 1,155 people have died.
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