With 6977 new COVID-19 cases in last 24 hours, India records highest 1-day spike for 4th consecutive day

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India on Monday (May 25, 2020) reported another highest single-day spike for the fourth consecutive day with 6,977 new cases of the coronavirus disease reported in the last 24 hours, taking the infection tally to 1.31 lakh.

As per the Ministry of Health data, the total tally stands at 1,38,845 which includes 77,103 active cases, 57,721 recovered cases, 1 migrant patient and death toll at 4,021. 154 deaths were also reported in the last 24 hours.

The recovery rate in India stands at 41.57 percent.

Maharashtra continued to be the worst-hit state with 50,231 cases. 3,041 new cases and 58 deaths were recorded in the last 24 hours the took the tally of fatalities to 1,635. Of the 50,231 cases a total of 14,600 have been cured.

Tamil Nadu stood second with 16,277 cases, and Gujarat third with 14,056 cases. The death toll was 111 in Tamil Nadu and 858 in Gujarat. Delhi reported 13,418 cases and 261 casualties, while 6,412 patients have been cured here.

States/UTs with more than 5,000 COVID-19 cases are Rajasthan (7,028), Madhya Pradesh (6,665) and Uttar Pradesh (6,268). Others with more than 1,000 cases are West Bengal (3,667), Andhra Pradesh (2,823), Punjab (2,060), Telangana (1,854), Bihar (2,587), Jammu and Kashmir (1,621), Karnataka (2,089), Odisha (1,336) and Haryana (1,184). States and UTs with significant number of cases are Kerala (847), Jharkhand (370), Chandigarh (238), Assam (378), Tripura (191), Chhattisgarh (252) and Uttarakhand (317).

S. No.Name of State / UTTotal Confirmed cases*Cured/Discharged/MigratedDeaths**
1Andaman and Nicobar Islands33330
2Andhra Pradesh2823185656
3Arunachal Pradesh110
4Assam378554
5Bihar258770213
6Chandigarh2381863
7Chhattisgarh252670
8Dadar Nagar Haveli200
9Delhi134186540261
10Goa66190
11Gujarat140566412858
12Haryana118476516
13Himachal Pradesh203633
14Jammu and Kashmir162180921
15Jharkhand3701484
16Karnataka208965442
17Kerala8475214
18Ladakh52430
19Madhya Pradesh66653408290
20Maharashtra50231146001635
21Manipur3240
22Meghalaya14121
23Mizoram110
24Odisha13365507
25Puducherry41120
26Punjab2060189840
27Rajasthan70283848163
28Sikkim100
29Tamil Nadu162778324111
30Telengana1854109053
31Tripura1911650
32Uttarakhand317583
33Uttar Pradesh62683538161
34West Bengal36671339272
 Cases being reassigned to states2642  
 Total#138845577214021

It is to be noted that India’s rate is the number of cases is continuously increasing at faster rate since May 22 as every 24 hours reports the highest spike. Prior to this, the highest number of cases were reported with 6,767 new cases of the coronavirus disease in 24 hours, taking the infection tally to 1.31 lakh.

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