Timeline of the COVID-19 pandemic in India

The following is the timeline of the COVID-19 pandemic in India.


COVID-19 cases in India  ()
     Deaths        Recoveries        Active cases
Date
# of cases
# of deaths
2020-01-30 1(n.a.) 0(n.a.)
1(=)
2020-02-02 2(+100%) 0(n.a.)
2020-02-03
3(+50%) 0(n.a.)
3(=)
2020-03-02
5(+67%) 0(n.a.)
2020-03-03
6(+20%) 0(n.a.)
2020-03-04
28(+367%) 0(n.a.)
2020-03-05
30(+7.1%) 0(n.a.)
2020-03-06
31(+3.3%) 0(n.a.)
2020-03-07
34(+9.7%) 0(n.a.)
2020-03-08
39(+15%) 0(n.a.)
2020-03-09
44(+13%) 0(n.a.)
2020-03-10
50(+14%) 0(n.a.)
2020-03-11
60(+20%) 0(n.a.)
2020-03-12
74(+23%) 1(n.a.)
2020-03-13
81(+9.5%) 2(+100%)
2020-03-14
84(+3.7%) 2(=)
2020-03-15
110(+31%) 2(=)
2020-03-16
114(+3.6%) 2(=)
2020-03-17
137(+20%) 3(+50%)
2020-03-18
151(+10%) 3(=)
2020-03-19
173(+15%) 4(+33%)
2020-03-20
223(+29%) 4(=)
2020-03-21
315(+41%) 4(=)
2020-03-22
360(+14%) 7(+75%)
2020-03-23
468(+30%) 9(+29%)
2020-03-24
519(+11%) 10(+11%)
2020-03-25
606(+17%) 10(=)
2020-03-26
694(+15%) 16(+60%)
2020-03-27
834(+20%) 19(+19%)
2020-03-28
918(+10%) 19(=)
2020-03-29
1,024(+12%) 27(+42%)
2020-03-30
1,251(+22%) 32(+19%)
2020-03-31
1,397(+12%) 35(+9.4%)
2020-04-01
1,834(+31%) 41(+17%)
2020-04-02
2,069(+13%) 53(+29%)
2020-04-03
2,547(+23%) 62(+17%)
2020-04-04
3,072(+21%) 75(+21%)
2020-04-05
3,577(+16%) 83(+11%)
2020-04-06
4,281(+20%) 111(+34%)
2020-04-07
4,789(+12%) 124(+12%)
2020-04-08
5,274(+10%) 149(+20%)
2020-04-09
5,865(+11%) 169(+13%)
2020-04-10
6,761(+15%) 206(+22%)
2020-04-11
7,529(+11%) 242(+17%)
2020-04-12
8,447(+12%) 273(+13%)
2020-04-13
9,352(+11%) 324(+19%)
2020-04-14
10,815(+16%) 353(+9%)
2020-04-15
11,933(+10%) 392(+11%)
2020-04-16
12,759(+6.9%) 420(+7.1%)
2020-04-17
13,835(+8.4%) 452(+7.6%)
2020-04-18
14,792(+6.9%) 488(+8%)
2020-04-19
16,116(+9%) 519(+6.4%)
2020-04-20
17,656(+9.6%) 559(+7.7%)
2020-04-21
18,985(+7.5%) 603(+7.9%)
2020-04-22
20,471(+7.8%) 652(+8.1%)
2020-04-23
21,700(+6%) 686(+5.2%)
2020-04-24
23,452(+8.1%) 723(+5.4%)
2020-04-25
24,942(+6.4%) 779(+7.7%)
2020-04-26
26,917(+7.9%) 826(+6%)
2020-04-27
28,380(+5.4%) 886(+7.3%)
2020-04-28
29,974(+5.6%) 937(+5.8%)
2020-04-29
31,787(+6%) 1,008(+7.6%)
2020-04-30
33,610(+5.7%) 1,075(+6.6%)
2020-05-01
35,365(+5.2%) 1,152(+7.2%)
2020-05-02
37,776(+6.8%) 1,223(+6.2%)
2020-05-03
40,263(+6.6%) 1,306(+6.8%)
2020-05-04
42,836(+6.4%) 1,389(+6.4%)
2020-05-05
46,711(+9%) 1,583(+14%)
2020-05-06
49,391(+5.7%) 1,694(+7%)
2020-05-07
52,952(+7.2%) 1,783(+5.3%)
2020-05-08
56,342(+6.4%) 1,886(+5.8%)
2020-05-09
59,662(+5.9%) 1,981(+5%)
2020-05-10
62,939(+5.5%) 2,109(+6.5%)
2020-05-11
67,152(+6.7%) 2,206(+4.6%)
2020-05-12
70,756(+5.4%) 2,293(+3.9%)
2020-05-13
74,281(+5%) 2,415(+5.3%)
2020-05-14
78,003(+5%) 2,549(+5.5%)
2020-05-15
81,970(+5.1%) 2,649(+3.9%)
2020-05-16
85,940(+4.8%) 2,752(+3.9%)
2020-05-17
90,927(+5.8%) 2,872(+4.4%)
2020-05-18
96,169(+5.8%) 3,029(+5.5%)
2020-05-19
101,139(+5.2%) 3,163(+4.4%)
2020-05-20
106,750(+5.5%) 3,303(+4.4%)
2020-05-21
112,359(+5.3%) 3,435(+4%)
2020-05-22
118,447(+5.4%) 3,583(+4.3%)
2020-05-23
125,101(+5.6%) 3,720(+3.8%)
2020-05-24
131,868(+5.4%) 3,867(+4%)
2020-05-25
138,845(+5.3%) 4,021(+4%)
2020-05-26
145,380(+4.7%) 4,167(+3.6%)
Source: MoHFW
Timeline of the pandemic spread across India (since 30 January 2020 and till 3 April 2020)

January

30 January First confirmed case
1 February First airlift from Wuhan, China
27 February Final airlift from Wuhan, China (Total of 759 Indians and 43 foreign nationals)
airlift from Japan (119 Indians and 5 foreign nationals)

February

March

6 March International passenger screenings at airports
10 March First airlift from Iran
11 March First airlift from Italy
12 March First confirmed death
13 March Suspension of non-essential traveller visas
15 March 100 confirmed cases
16 March Passenger land border crossing suspended
22 March One day Janta Curfew
Passenger air travel suspended till further notice
22 March Final airlift from Italy (Total of 564 Indians), India observed a 14-hour curfew
25 March Nationwide lock-down imposed till 14 April
28 March 1,000 confirmed cases
29 March Final airlift from Iran (Total of 764 Indians)
30 March 100 confirmed recoveries
31 march Cluster identified: Delhi religious congregation event - Tablighi Jamaat

1–2 March

 
Healthcare workers wearing personal protective equipment for caregiving for a patient with coronavirus infection in a government hospital in Kerala.
  • On 2 March, the Union Health Ministry reported two more cases: a 45-year-old man in Delhi who had travelled back from Italy and a 24-year-old engineer in Hyderabad who had a travel history with the United Arab Emirates.[3][4] In addition, an Italian citizen in Jaipur, who was earlier tested negative, tested positive, totalling six confirmed cases in the country.[5] 88 people who were in contact with the Hyderabad individual, including fellow bus passengers from Bangalore, were tracked down by the government and placed under watch.[6] Officials of the Government of Telangana stated that 36 people who had been in contact with the Hyderabad engineer had developed coronavirus symptoms.[7] An employee of Intel in Bangalore who had come in contact with him was quarantined.[8] Fifteen crew members of the Air India flight, which had carried the Delhi man from Vienna, were placed in isolation for 14 days,[9] while six of his family members in Agra were quarantined.[10] Staff of a restaurant in Delhi where he had dined on 28 February were asked to self-quarantine for two weeks,[11] and two schools in Noida whose students had attended a birthday party of his child were closed for a week.[12]

3–4 March

  • On 3 March, the wife of the Italian tourist in Jaipur also tested positive, and her samples were sent to Pune for confirmation.[13] A total of 24 people (21 Italians and 3 Indians) residing in a South Delhi hotel were shifted to an ITBP camp for testing.[14]
  • On 4 March, 15 of them (14 Italians and 1 Indian), along with the Jaipur Italian tourist's wife, tested positive for coronavirus, according to an announcement by the All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi; the 14 Italians were quarantined at Medanta in Gurgaon.[15] The six family members of the Delhi case in Agra were confirmed to be infected with the virus.[16] A Paytm Gurgaon employee from Delhi, who had returned from a vacation in Italy, tested positive, taking the number of cases to 29.[17] 459 passengers have been screened in Kochi who were on board the Italian luxury cruise ship 'Costa Victoria'.[18]

5–6 March

  • On 5 March, a middle-aged man in Ghaziabad who had travel history with Iran tested positive.[19] More than 1,200 people, who came from other countries, were quarantined in Kolkata.[20]
  • On 6 March, a resident of West Delhi, who had travelled to Malaysia and Thailand, was diagnosed with the virus.[21]

7–8 March

  • On 7 March, a man in Jammu, who had travelled to Iran and South Korea,[22] and two people from Hoshiarpur with travel history to Italy were tested positive in preliminary tests, but a confirmation from Pune was awaited.[23] The Union Health Ministry announced three confirmed cases on 7 March—two people from Ladakh who had visited Iran, and a person in Tamil Nadu who had been to Oman.[24] The lone patient of COVID-19 in Tamil Nadu later tested negative on 10 March with that no fresh cases remained in the state.[25] An American tourist who was tested positive in Bhutan, caused alert in Assam after he was found to have visited several places in the state before leaving the country.[26]
  • On 8 March, five people of the same family in Ranni, Pathanamthitta District, Kerala, were tested positive for the virus. Three of them had been to Italy while other two came in direct contact with those infected.[27]

9–10 March

  • On 9 March, a three-year-old, who returned from Italy two days before, was tested positive in Ernakulam; the child's parents were also quarantined as a precaution. A 63-year-old woman in Jammu and Kashmir who had been to Iran was confirmed to be infected with the virus.[28] A person in Agra, who had come in contact with an infected person, and a man in Delhi were diagnosed with the virus.[29] Later, one of the two Hoshiarpur, Punjab suspected cases tested positive, as did a techie in Bangalore who had travel history to the United States.[30] Maharashtra reported its first two cases later in the day after a couple in Pune, with travel history to Dubai, tested positive.[31]
  • On 10 March, a press release from the Indian Council of Medical Research confirmed that three more people in Karnataka, including wife and child of the infected Bangalore techie, were diagnosed with the virus.[32] The Chief Minister of Kerala Pinarayi Vijayan reported six fresh cases in Pathanamthitta, all of whom were linked to the five previously confirmed cases from the town.[33] Three more people in Pune, who had come in contact with the infected couple from the city, tested positive.[34] Later, both parents of the infected three-year-old child in Ernakulam were also tested positive.[35]

11–12 March

  • On 11 March, an 85-year-old man in Jaipur tested positive who had travel history to Dubai.[36] Two people tested positive in Mumbai, who were close to previously reported Pune patients.[37] Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray confirmed while addressing a press conference that total 10 people have tested positive in the state which included 8 from Pune and 2 from Mumbai. Later, a 45-year-old man who returned from US tested positive in Nagpur, taking the toll to 11 in Maharashtra.[38]
  • On 12 March, a 76-year-old man from Kalaburgi, Karnataka who had a travel history to Saudi Arabia became the first victim of the virus in the country.[39] A tourist guide in Noida, Uttar Pradesh who had came in contact with a group of Italian tourists, tested positive.[40] Later, a Canadian woman tested positive in Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh. Her husband, who had travelled with her was also put in isolation.[41] A 69-year-old woman in West Delhi who tested positive and died later, transmitted it from her 46-year-old son who had travel history to Japan, Italy and Geneva, Switzerland.[42][43] Andhra Pradesh reported its first case, a man returned from Italy tested positive in Nellore. Five people with whom he came in contact were quarantined.[44]

13–14 March

  • On 13 March, 69-year-old woman from Delhi, who had transmitted it from her 46-year-old son with the travel history to Japan, Italy and Switzerland, became the second victim of the virus in the country.[43][45] An employee of Google in Bangalore, who had returned from a trip to Greece, tested positive; his colleagues were quarantined.[46] Later, two more people in Kerala who had returned from Dubai and Qatar tested positive taking the total number of COVID-19 cases in the state to 16.[47] In Maharashtra, 1 more person in Pune and 2 more in Nagpur tested positive taking total to 17 in the state.[48] An employee of a private firm in Noida tested positive who had travelled to Italy and than Switzerland.[49] An Indian national evacuated from Italy and quarantined at an Army facility near Gurugram tested positive.[50] Seven patients – 5 from Uttar Pradesh, and one each from Rajasthan and Delhi survived the disease and got discharged from various hospitals.[51]
  • On 14 March, In Maharashtra two people in Yavatmal with travel history to Dubai, one each in Thane, Ahmednagar,[52] Mumbai, Kalyan, Kamothe and Vashi,[53] and five in Pimpri-Chinchwad tested positive.[54] A second case of coronavirus was detected in Hyderabad in a person with a travel history to Italy.[55] A 24-year-old man in Jaipur who had travel history to Spain tested positive.[56]

15–16 March

  • On 15 March, A 59-year-old woman from Aurangabad with a travel history to Russia tested positive.[57] Uttar Pradesh reported its 12th case in Lucknow.[58] A UK national and a doctor who returned from abroad tested positive in Kerala.[59] Telangana reported its third case in a person who had travelled to the Netherlands.[60] A trainee officer at Forest Research Institute who had returned from a study tour to Spain, Finland and Russia became the first person to be tested positive in Uttarakhand.[61] The daughter of the first victim of the virus in the country tested positive in Kalaburagi, Karnataka.[62] The Italian couple and the Dubai-returned 85-year-old Jaipur native in Rajasthan recovered from the virus.[63] A 31-year-old man from Pune who recently travelled to Dubai and Japan tested positive later in the day.[64]
  • On 16 March, Odisha reported its first case when a 31-year-old man from Bhubaneswar with travel history to Italy tested positive.[65] Maharashtra reported four more cases - three in Mumbai and one in Navi Mumbai.[66] A woman who was part of a nine-member group that returned from Dubai on 1 March tested positive in Yavatmal in Maharashtra.[67] Kerala reported three more cases – two in Malappuram and one in Kasaragod.[68] A 32-year-old man from Karnataka, who had returned in the same flight from Heathrow, London as the Mindtree employee, tested positive.[69] A 34-year-old soldier of the Indian Army, whose father had contracted the virus on 6 March, tested positive in Leh.[70]

17–18 March

  • On 17 March, a 64-year-old man from Mumbai, Maharashtra, who had a travel history to Dubai, became the third victim of the virus in the country.[71] Two people who returned from France tested positive in Noida.[72] Three more cases were reported in Ladakh – two from Leh and one from Kargil district.[73] A 3-year-old girl and both her parents tested positive in Mumbai.[74] In Puducherry, a 68-year-old woman who travelled to the UAE was the first reported case in the Union Territory.[75] In Kalaburagi, Karnataka, a 63-year-old doctor, who treated the first victim of the virus in the country, tested positive.[76] Two inmates at the ITBP quarantine facility in New Delhi, who had a travel history to Italy, tested positive.[77] West Bengal reported its first case in a person who had returned from England.[78]
  • On 18 March, a woman in her late 20s, who had a travel history to France and the Netherlands, tested positive in Pune.[79] Telangana reported its sixth case in a person who had a travel history to the UK.[80] A man from Gautam Buddha Nagar district in Noida who had returned from Indonesia tested positive.[81] Karnataka reported two more cases, a 56-year-old man who returned from the United States and a 26-year-old woman who returned from Spain.[82] Tamil Nadu's second case was reported in a person who travelled by train from Delhi to Chennai.[83] Rajasthan reported three more cases in a couple and their 2-year-old daughter from Jhunjhunu, they had returned from Italy.[84]

19–20 March

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's televised address about Coronavirus on 19 March 2020
  • On 19 March, a 72-year-old man in Punjab who had returned from Germany via Italy became the fourth victim of the virus in the country.[85] A 23-year-old woman in Chandigarh who had a travel history to the UK tested positive.[86] Two women from Mumbai - a 22-year-old who had returned from the UK and a 49-year-old resident of Ulhasnagar who had returned from Dubai tested positive.[87] Chhattisgarh reported its first case in a 23-year-old woman from Raipur who had travelled to London, UK.[88] Two more people tested positive in Uttar Pradesh - one from Lucknow and the other from Lakhimpur Kheri district.[89] A person from Kodagu district in Karnataka tested positive.[90] A 21-year-old student who had returned from Ireland tested positive in Tamil Nadu.[91] An HCL employee in Noida, Uttar Pradesh who had returned from international travel tested positive.[92]
  • On 20 March, Bollywood singer Kanika Kapoor who returned from London tested positive in Lucknow.[93] A 69-year-old Italian man who recovered from coronavirus earlier, died due to cardiac arrest in Rajasthan.[94] Gujarat reported its first two cases, a woman in Surat who returned from New York City and a man in Rajkot who returned from Mecca tested positive.[95] Telangana reported ten new cases, seven Indonesians, a 22-year-old man who had returned from Scotland,[96] and two person who returned from London tested positive.[97] Four more people tested positive in Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh - three related to a previously-infected doctor and one with a travel history to Gulf.[98] A third case was reported in Punjab's Mohali where a 68-year-old women who returned from United Kingdom tested positive.[99] One more person tested positive in Kolkata, West Bengal, a 20-year-old man with a travel history to United Kingdom.[100] An 18-year-old-girl in Telangana with a travel history to London tested positive.[101] Three more cases were reported in Maharashtra - one each in Mumbai, Pune and Pimpri-Chinchwad.[102] Himachal Pradesh reported its first two cases.[103] Twelve more cases were reported in Kerala - five from Ernakulam, six from Kasaragod and one from Palakkad.[104] In Bhilwara, Rajasthan, six people tested positive.[105] A couple who returned from Spain, tested positive in Jaipur.[106]

21–22 March

23–24 March

Modi's address about COVID-19 on 24 March 2020

25–26 March

  • On 25 March, a 54-year-old man from Madurai in Tamil Nadu, a 65-year-old woman from Indore in Madhya Pradesh and an 85-year-old woman from Ahmedabad in Gujarat became the eleventh, twelfth and thirteenth victims of the virus in the country.[138] A 29-year-old from Patna, Bihar, who had returned from Gujarat tested positive.[139] Three more cases were reported in Gujarat - one each from Ahmedabad, Surat and Vadodara, of which one was related to travel history to Dubai and two were local transmissions.[140] In Madhya Pradesh, a journalist, who had attended the final press conference of Congress leader Kamal Nath as the CM, tested positive.[141] Five more cases were reported in Tamil Nadu - four Indonesians and their travel guide from Chennai.[142] Six more cases were reported in Maharashtra - five from Mumbai and one from Thane.[143] In Maharashtra, a 65-year-old woman who used to serve lunch near a corporate office in Mumbai's Prabhadevi tested positive.[144]
  • On 26 March, a 65-year-old man from Srinagar in Jammu and Kashmir,[145] a 70-year-old man from Bhavnagar in Gujarat[146] and a 75-year-old woman from Gauribidanur in Karnataka,[147] a 65-year-old woman from Navi Mumbai in Maharashtra[148] and a 73-year-old man from Bhilwara district in Rajasthan[149] became the fourteenth, fifteenth, sixteenth, seventeenth and eighteenth victims of the virus in the country. Three more cases were reported in Goa - a 25-year-old man who returned from Spain, a 29-year-old man who returned from Australia and a 55-year-old man who returned from the US.[150] Four more people tested positive in Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh - a 21-year-old woman whose parents had tested positive, a 32-year-old man who had returned from Dubai, a 33-year-old woman and a 39-year-old man.[151] Five more people tested positive in Telangana - a 3-year-old kid who had returned from Saudi Arabia, a middle-aged lady who was the primary contact of another person who had tested positive, a 49-year-old man from Medchal, a 36-year-old lady doctor from Domalguda and her 41-year-old doctor husband.[152][153] Five more cases were reported in Indore, Madhya Pradesh, none of which were linked to foreign travel history.[154] Three more cases were reported in Noida, Uttar Pradesh, all related to each other - a 21-year-old woman whose parents had tested positive, 39-year-old man who was a co-worker of the 21-year-old woman's father and his 33-year-old wife.[155] Andaman and Nicobar Islands reported its first case - a man who had returned from Chennai.[156] Two more cases were confirmed in Maharashtra - one each from Mumbai and Thane.[157] Three more cases were reported in Bihar - a 20-year-old man from Patna who had no travel history; a 40-year-old woman and a 12-year-old boy from Munger district who had come in contact with the 38-year-old man from the state who had succumbed to the virus.[158][159] two more positive cases were reported in Andhra Pradesh.[160]

27–28 March

29–30 March

 
Empty store shelves in Tiruppur due to panic buying prior to lockdown

31 March

April

5 April 100 confirmed deaths
14 April 10,000 confirmed cases
Nationwide lock-down extended till 3 May
13 April 1,000 confirmed recoveries
19 April 500 confirmed deaths
22 April 20,000 confirmed cases
25 April 5,000 confirmed recoveries
29 April 30,000 confirmed cases
29 April 1,000 confirmed deaths

1–2 April

3–4 April

5–6 April

7–8 April

  • On 7 April, the nationwide death toll hit one hundred and twenty-four.[330] 23 positive cases were reported in Maharashtra.[331] 12 positive cases were reported in Karnataka.[332] Three positive cases were reported in Rajasthan.[333] 12 more cases confirmed in the state as 7 from Mohali and all belongs to a single village, 2 from Mansa, 1 from Pathankot, the husband of the deceased corona patient, first Coronavirus case from Moga originally belongs to Maharashtra state[334] and 1 from Amritsar, the wife of corona patient who died a day before in Amritsar. Later on 8 more cases confirmed in Punjab. 5 from Pathankot and all came into the contact of the deceased corona patient in the District and 3 from Moga.[335]
  • On 8 April, the Union Health Ministry put the death toll at one hundred and forty-nine.[336] 22 cases were reported in Madhya Pradesh.[337] 51 positive cases were confirmed in Delhi.[338] Six positive cases were reported in Karnataka.[339] 15 positive cases were reported in Rajasthan.[340] 14 positive cases were reported in Jammu and Kashmir.[341] Seven positive cases were reported in Punjab.[342]

9–10 April

11–12 April

13–14 April

15–16 April

17–18 April

19 April

31 deaths has been reported.[437]

  • Jharkhand: One person reported positive in Dhanbad, taking the tally in Dhanbad to 2.[438]
  • Uttar Pradesh: 45 positive cases were reported in Agra, taking the tally in an Agra to 241.[439]
  • Maharashtra: 9 cases were reported in Nagpur. taking the tally in a city to 72.[440]
  • Bihar: one positive case was reported in Bihar, taking the tally to 87 in a state.[441]
  • Karnataka: 4 cases were reported in the Mysuru. Out of the 4 patients, 2 patients have travel history to Delhi. taking the telly in the state to 388.[442]
  • Rajasthan: 80 positive cases reported -17 in Bharatpur, 1 in Bhilwara, 2 in Bikaner, 7 in Jaipur, 1 in Jaisalmer, 1 in Jhunjhunu, 30 in Jodhpur, 12 in Nagour, 2 in Kota 2 in Jhalawar, 1 in Hanumangarh & 1 in Sawai Madhopur. Taking the tally in a state to 1431.[443]
  • Punjabː 4 cases were reported in Mohali.[444]

20 April

40 deaths and 1,540 new cases were reported.[445]

After Goa, now Manipur has also defeated the corona virus. Two people were infected with Corona there, but now both have recovered and returned home. Manipur has become COVID-19 free state.[446]

  • Maharastra: Three cases were reported in Nagpur. Taking the tally in Nagpur to 76.[447] In a same day new 466 cases reported in Maharashtra, taking the total telly in a state to 4666.[448]
  • Karnataka: 5 cases were reported in Karnataka. Taking the tally in a state to 395.[449]
  • Jammu & Kashmir: 14 cases were reported in Jammu and Kashmir. Taking the telly in the state to 368.[450]
  • Andra Pradesh: 75 cases were reported in state, taking the total tally in a state to 722.[451]
  • Punjab: One case confirmed from Jalandhar.[452]

21 April

44 deaths has been reported.[453]

Madhya Pradesh: 18 cases were reported in a state, taking the total tally in a state to 915.[454]

Uttar Pradesh: 28 cases were reported in Agra. Taking the total tally in Agra to 295.[455] 31 cases were reported in Raebareli.[456]

West bengalː 29 cases were reported, taking the total tally in a state to 274.[457]

Maharashtraː 12 cases were reported in Dharavi, taking the total tally in dharavi to 179.[458]

Punjabː One new case confirmed from Mohali where a 25 years old boy tested corona positive and 5 corona positive cases confirmed in Patiala and all came into contact with the corona positive patient.[459]

22 April

49 deaths has been reported.[460]

India stops rapid tests over faulty Chinese testing kits.[461]

Rajasthan: 64 cases were reported in Rajasthan, taking the total tally in a state to 1799.[462]

Uttar Pardesh: Six cases were reported in Meerut.[463] 2 cases were reported in Kanpur.[464] 26 cases were reported in Saharanpur.[465]

Maharashtraː Nine cases were reported in Mumbai from Dharavi.[466]

Tamil Naduː 33 cases were reported in a state.[467]

Keralaː 11 cases were reported in a state.[468]

Jammu and Kashmirː 27 cases were reported in a state.[469]

23 April

34 deaths & 1299 new cases has been reported.[470]

Rajasthan: 47 positive cases have been reported in Rajasthan - 20 in Jodhpur, 12 in Jaipur, 10 in Nagaur, 2 each in Hanumangarh & Kota, 1 in Ajmer.[471]

Andra Pradesh: 80 cases were reported in a state.[472]

Utter Pradesh: 13 cases were reported in Saharanpur.[473] 2 cases were reported in Kanpur, taking the total tally in Kanpur to 79.[474]

Maharashtraː 25 cases were reported in Mumbai from Dharavi.[475]

24 April

37 deaths & 1752 cases reported.[476]

Rajasthan: 70 new cases were reported, taking total cases in the state to 2,034.[477]

Maharastra: 6 cases were reported from Dharavi in Mumbai.[478]

Uttarakhandː 1 case was reported in a state.[479]

Punjabː A 35 years old lady tested corona positive in Ludhiana[480] and one new case in Jalandhar.[481] Later on 6 cases confirmed from Patiala, 2 from Mansa and 1 from Amritsar.[482]

Tamil Nadu: 72 new cases were reported, of which 52 belonged to Chennai.[483]

25 April

56 deaths & 1490 cases were reported.[484]

Bihar: 2 cases were reported in Bihar.[485]

Maharashtra: 21 cases were reported from Dharavi in Mumbai.[486] 96 police personnel reported positive in a state.

Karnataka: 26 cases were reported in a state.[487]

Jharkhand: 4 cases were reported positive in Ranchi.[488]

Punjabː A lady doctor tested corona positive in Pathankot.[489] Six more cases confirmed in Rajpura of Patiala District and all came into contact with corona positive patients.[490] Near about after one month a new COVID-19 case reported in Nawanshahr where a 35 years old man tested corona positive who returned from Jammu.[491] 18th death reported in Punjab from Jalandhar district where a 48 years old man died at morning and later on tested positive.[492]

Rajasthan: 49 cases and 2 deaths were reported.[493]

26 April

47 deaths & 1975 cases were reported.[494]

Madhya Pradesh: 91 cases were reported in Indore.[495]

Bihar: 15 cases were reported in the state.[496]

Uttar Pradesh: 13 cases were reported in Saharanpur.[497]

Haryana; 9 cases were reported in the state.[498]

Maharashtraː 440 cases were reported in the state.[499]

Punjabː 9 positive cases confirmed in Jalandhar.[500]

Tamil Naduː 64 positive cases confirmed in the state.[501]

Rajasthan: 102 cases confirmed in the state.[502]

27 April

60 deaths & 1463 cases were reported.[503]

Jharkhand: First cases were reported in Jamtara city. Taking the total tally in the state to 83.[504] 7 cases were reported in Ranchi.[505]

Maharashtraː 13 cases were reported from Dharavi in Mumbai.[506]

Chandigarhː 4 cases were reported in the union territory.[507]

Tamil Naduː 52 cases were reported in the state.[508]

Rajasthan: 77 cases were reported in the state.[509]

28 April

51 deaths & 1594 cases were reported.[510]

Andra Pradesh: 82 cases were reported in the state.[511]

Madhya Pardesh: 19 cases were reported in Indore.[512]

Gujratː 226 cases were reported in the state.[513]

Maharashtraː 42 cases were reported from Dharavi.[514]

Punjabː 2 cases were reported in Mohali.[515]

Tamil Nadu: 121 cases were reported of which, 103 were from Chennai.[516]

Uttarakhandː only 1 case was reported in Dehradun.[517]

Jammu and Kashmirː 23 cases were reported in the state.[518]

Rajasthan: 102 cases were reported the state.[519]

29 April

71 deaths & 1813 cases were reported.[520]

Chandigarhː 12 cases were reported in the city.[521]

Odishaː 7 cases were reported in the state.[522]

Biharː9 cases were reported in the state.[523]

Keralaː10 cases were reported in the state.[524]

Jharkhandː 106 cases were reported in the state.[525]

West Bengalː 33 cases were reported in state.[526]

Punjabː 2 cases confirmed in Faridkot who returned from Nanded, Maharashtra.[527] 11 cases confirmed in Ludhiana, out of these 7 returned from Nanded and 4 returned from Kota University in Rajasthan and 3 cases confirmed in Hoshiarpur[528] 2 new cases reported in Mohali.[529]

Rajasthanː 74 cases were reported in the state.[530]

Tamil Nadu: 104 cases were reported in the state.[531]

30 April

67 deaths & 1823 cases were reported.[532]

Haryana: 18 cases were reported in the state.[533]

Andhra Pradesh: 71 cases were reported in the state.[534]

Maharashtra: 25 cases were reported from Dharavi.[535]

Punjab: 105 cases were reported in the state.[536]

Chandigarhː 5 cases were reported in the city.[537]

Tamil Naduː 161 cases were reported in the state.[538]

Odishaː 14 cases were reported in the state.[539]

Rajasthan: 146 cases were reported in the state.[540]

May

1 May Nationwide lock-down further extended till 17 May
2 May 10,000 confirmed recoveries
7 May 50,000 confirmed cases
10 May 2,000 confirmed deaths
11 May 20,000 confirmed recoveries
17 May Nationwide lockdown further extended till 31 May
19 May 100,000 confirmed cases
23 May 50,000 confirmed recoveries

1 May

77 deaths & 1755 cases were reported.[541]

The Government of India extended nationwide lockdown further by two weeks until 17 May.[542]

Karnataka: 11 cases were reported in the state.[543]

Odisha: 1 case was reported in the state.[544]

Maharashtra: 583 cases were reported in the state.[545]

jharkhandː 4 cases were reported in the state.[546]

Telanganaː 22 cases were reported in the state.[547]

Rajasthanː 82 cases were reported in the state.[548]

Gujaratː 313 cases were reported in the state.[549]

2 May

77 deaths & 2411 cases were reported.[550]

Andhra Pardesh: 62 cases were reported in the state.[551]

Punjab: 195 cases were reported in the state.[552] 2 cases reported in Mohali.[553]

Maharashtra: 11 cases were reported in Nagpur.[554] 790 positive cases were reported in a state[555]

Haryana: 47 cases were reported in the state.[556]

Odisha: 2 cases were reported in the state.[557]

Tamil Nadu: 231 cases were reported in the state.[558]

Rajasthan: 106 new cases were reported in the state.[559]

3 May

83 deaths & 2487 cases were reported.[560]

Andhra Pardesh: 58 cases were reported in the state.[561]

Punjabː 331 cases were reported in the state.[562]

Jammu and Kashmirː 35 cases were reported in the state.[563]

Karnatakaː 3 cases were reported in the state.[564]

Uttarakhandː only 1 case was reported in the state.[565]

Odishaː 2 cases were reported in the state.[566]

Rajasthan: 114 cases were reported in the state.[567]

4 May

83 deaths & 2573 cases were reported.[568]

Andhra Pardesh: 67 cases were reported in the state.[569]

Haryanaː 75 cases were reported in the state.[570]

Punjabː132 cases were reported in the state.[571]

Tamil Naduː 527 cases were reported in the state.[572]

Chandigarhː 5 cases were reported in the city.[573]

Biharː 6 cases were reported in the state.[574]

Rajasthan: 175 cases were reported in the state.[575]

5 May

194 deaths & 3875 cases were reported.[576]

Tripura: 13 border security force personnel tested positive in the state.[577]

Karnataka: 8 cases were reported in the state.[578]

Chandigarhː 13 cases were reported in the city.[579]

Jharkhandː 4 cases were reported in the state.[580]

Punjabː 219 cases were reported in the state.[581]

Rajasthanː 97 cases were reported in the state.[582]

6 May

111 deaths & 2680 cases were reported.[583]

Telangana government announced for extension of lockdown till 29 May in the state.[584]

Odisha: 1 case was reported in the state.[585]

West Bengal: 122 cases were reported in the state.[586]

Maharashtra: 1233 cases were reported in the state & 68 cases were reported from Dharavi in Mumbai.[587]

Karnataka: 20 cases were reported in the state.[588]

Jammu and Kashmirː 34 cases were reported in the state.[589]

Tamil Naduː 771 cases were reported in the state.[590]

Rajasthan: 159 cases were reported in the state, 30 BSF soldiers tested positive who returned from Delhi after COVID-19 management duty.[591]

7 May

89 deaths & 3561 cases were reported.[592] The tally of total cases in country crosses 50,000-mark.[593]

Andhra Pardesh: 56 cases were reported in the state.[594]

Karnataka: 8 cases were reported in the state.[595]

Jharkhandː 5 cases were reported in the state.[596]

Haryanaː 31 cases were reported in the state.[597]

Tamil Naduː 580 cases were reported in the state.[598]

Karnatakaː 12 cases were reported in the state.[599]

Maharashtraː 1,216 cases in the state & 250 policeman cases were reported in a Mumbai city & tally of total cases in Mumbai crosses 10,000-mark till.[600]

West Bengal: 92 cases were reported in the state[601]

Rajasthan: 110 cases were reported in the state.[602]

8 May

103 deaths & 3390 cases were reported.[603]

Odisha: 26 cases were reported in the state.[604]

Andhra Pardesh: 54 cases were reported in the state.[605]

Tamil Nadu: 600 cases were reported in the state.[606]

Jammu and Kashmirː30 cases were reported in the state.[607]

Punjab: 87 cases were reported in the state.[608]

Chandigarhː 146 cases were reported in the city.[609]

Uttarakhandː 2 cases were reported in the state.[610]

West Bengal: 130 cases were reported in the state.[611]

Rajasthan: 152 cases were reported in the state.[612]

9 May

95 deaths & 3320 cases were reported.[613]

Uttarakhand: 4 cases were reported in the state.[614]

Andhra Pradesh: 43 cases were reported in the state.[615]

Chandigarhː 23 cases were reported in the city.

Punjabː 31 cases were reported in the state.[616]

Maharashtraˑ 25 cases were reported from Dharavi in Mumbai.[617]

Karnataka: 41 cases were reported in the state.[618]

Gujarat: 394 cases were reported in the state.[619]

Tamil Nadu: 526 cases were reported in the state.[620]

Rajasthan: 129 cases were reported in the state.[621]

10 May

128 deaths & 3277 cases were reported.[622]

Haryana: 20 cases were reported in the state.[623]

Karnataka: 53 cases were reported in the state.[624]

Tamil Nadu: 669 cases were reported in the state.[625]

Maharashtraː 26 cases were reported from Dharavi in Mumbai.[626]

Odishaː 23 cases were reported in the state.[627]

Delhiː 224 cases were reported in the state.[628]

Andhra Pardeshː 43 cases were reported in the state.[629]

Uttar Pradeshː 84 cases were reported in the state.[630]

Rajasthan: 106 cases were reported in the state.[631]

11 May

97 deaths & 4213 cases were reported.[632]

The total of 20,000 recoveries reported till 11 may.[633]

Bihar: 11 cases were reported in the state.[634]

Karnataka: 14 cases were reported in the state.[635]

Punjab: 54 cases were reported in the state.[636]

Jammu and Kashmir: 18 cases were reported in the state.[637]

Delhi: 310 cases were reported in the union territory.[638]

Andhra Pardesh: 38 cases were reported in the state.[639]

Rajasthan: 174 cases were reported in the state.[640]

12 May

87 deaths & 3604 cases were reported.[641]

Andhra Pardesh: 33 cases were reported in the state.[642]

Himachal Pradesh: 4 cases were reported in the state.[643]

Tamil Nadu: 716 cases were reported in the state.[644]

Jammu and Kashmir: 55 cases were reported in the state.[645]

Punjabː37 cases were reported in the state.[646]

West Bengalː37 cases were reported in the state.[647]

Maharashtraː 46 cases were reported from Dharavi in Mumbai.[648]

Biharː 34 cases were reported in the state.[649]

Delhiː 406 cases were reported in the state.[650]

Rajasthan: 138 cases were reported in the state.[651]

13 May

122 deaths & 3525 cases were reported.[652]

Chandigarh: 2 cases were reported in the city.[653]

Karnataka: 26 cases were reported in the state.[654]

Maharashtraː 1495 cases were reported in the state & 46 cases were reported from Dharavi in Mumbai.[655][656]

Andhra Pardesh: 48 cases were reported in the state.[657]

Punjab: 37 cases were reported in the state.[658]

Tamil Nadu: 509 cases were reported in the state.[659]

Bihar: 84 cases were reported in the state.[660]

Jammu and Kashmir: 37 cases were reported in the state.[661]

Gujarat: 364 cases were reported in the state.[662]

Rajasthan: 202 cases were reported in the state.[663]

14 May

134 deaths & 3722cases were reported.[664]

Uttarakhand:3 cases were reported in the state.[665]

Delhi: 472 cases were reported in the state.[666]

Andhra Pardesh: 68 cases were reported in the state.[667]

Karnataka: 22 cases were reported in the state.[668]

Maharashtraː In total of 1602 cases, out of which 1001 policeman reported positive in a state.[669][670]

Punjabː 11 cases were reported in the state.[671]

Jammu and Kashmir: 12 cases were reported in the state.[672]

Tamil Nadu: 447 cases were reported in the state.[673]

West Bengal: 87 cases were reported in the state.[674]

Rajasthan: 206 cases were reported in the state.[675]

15 May

100 deaths & 3997 cases were reported.[676]

Rajasthan: 213 cases were reported in the state.[677]

Andhra Pradesh: 57 cases were reported in the state.[678]

Uttar Pradesh: 43 cases were reported in the state.[679]

Kerala: 16 cases were reported in the state.[680]

Karnatakaː 69 cases were reported in the state.[681]

Jharkhandː 2 cases were reported in the state.[682]

Maharashtraː 1576 cases were reported in the state.[683]

West Bengalː 84 cases were reported in the state.[684]

Punjabː 13 cases were reported in the state.[685]

16 May

100 deaths & 3970 cases were reported.[686]

Punjab government announced for extension of lockdown till 31 May.[687]

Delhi: 438 cases were reported in the state.[688]

Bihar: 46 cases were reported in the state.[689]

Tamil Nadu: 447 cases were reported in the state.[690]

Kerala: 87 cases were reported in the state.[691]

Karnataka: 36 cases were reported in the state.[692]

West Bengal: 115 cases were reported in the state.[693]

Andhra Pardesh: 102 cases were reported in the state.[694]

Uttar Pardesh: 155 cases were reported in the state.[695]

Maharashtraː 884 cases were reported in the Mumbai city.

Jammu and Kashmirː 108 cases were reported in the state.[696]

Gujaratː1057 cases were reported in the state.[697]

Rajasthan: 213 cases were reported in the state, from which 119 were inmates from District Jail, Jaipur.[698]

17 May

120 deaths 4987 cases were reported.[699]

Maharashtra, Mizoram & Tamil Nadu government extended the lockdown till 31 May.[700][701][702] But later NDMA extended the lockdown till 31 May in all Indian states.[703]

Andhra Pardesh: 25 cases were reported in the state.[704]

Karnataka: 54 cases were reported in the state.[705]

Tamil Nadu: 639 cases were reported in the state.[706]

Punjab: 18 cases were reported in the state.[707]

Bihar: 58 cases were reported in the state.[708]

Kerala: 14 cases were reported in the state.[709]

Himachal Pardesh: 2 cases were reported in the state.[710]

Maharashtraː 2347 cases were reported in the state.[711]

Jammu and Kashmirː 62 cases were reported in the state.[712]

Rajasthan: 242 cases were reported in the state.[713]

18 May

157 deaths 5242 cases were reported.[714]

Uttarakhand: 1 case was reported in the state.[715]

Bihar: 37 cases were reported in the state.[716]

Himachal Pardesh: 5 cases were reported in the state.[717]

Karnataka: 99 cases were reported in the state.[718]

Kerala: 29 cases were reported in the state.[719]

Assam: 2 cases were reported in the state.[720]

Tamil Nadu: 536 cases were reported in the state.[721]

Punjab: 16 cases were reported in the state.[722]

Delhi: 299 cases were reported in the state & taking the total tally in the state to 10000 mark.[723]

Gujaratː 366 cases were reported in the state.[724]

Odishaː 48 cases were reported in the state.[725]

Rajasthanː 305 cases were reported in the state.[726]

Maharashtraː 2033 cases were reported in the state.[727]

19 May

134 deaths 4970 cases were reported.[728]

The total tally of cases crosses 100,000 mark.[729]

Karnataka: 127 cases were reported in the state.[730]

Andhra Pradesh: 57 cases were reported in the state.[731]

Chhattisgarh : 57 cases were reported in the state.[732]

Himachal Pradesh: 10 cases were reported in the state.[733]

Kerala: 12 cases were reported in the state.[734]

Bihar: 53 cases were reported in the state.[735]

Uttarakhand: 8 cases were reported in the state.[736]

Assam: 13 cases were reported in the state.[737]

Gujarat: 395 cases were reported in the state.[738]

Tamil Nadu: 601 cases were reported in the state.[739]

Jammu and Kashmirː 28 cases were reported in the state.[740]

West Bengalː 136 cases were reported in the state.[741]

Punjabː 22 cases were reported in the state & taking the total tally in state to 2000 mark.[742]

Rajasthanː 338 cases were reported in the state.[743]

Maharashtraː 2127 cases were reported in the state.[744]

20 May

140 deaths 5611 cases were reported.[745]

Delhi: 534 cases were reported in the state.[746]

Uttarakhand: 18 cases were reported in the state.[747]

Karnataka: 67 cases were reported in the state.[748]

Kerala: 24 cases were reported in the state.[749]

Gujarat: 398 cases were reported in the state.[750]

Assam: 13 cases were reported in the state.[751]

Punjab: 3 cases were reported in the state.[752]

Tamil Nadu: 743 cases were reported in the state & total tally of cases in a state crosses 13,000-mark.[753]

West Bengal: 142 cases were reported in the state.[754]

Maharashtra: 2250 cases were reported in the state.[755]

Jammu and Kashmirː 73 cases were reported in the state.[756]

Haryana: 29 cases were reported in the state.[757]

Jharkhand: 33 cases were reported in the state.[758]

Rajasthan: 170 cases were reported in the state.[759]

21 May

132 deaths 5609 cases were reported.[760]

Uttrakhand: 10 cases were reported in the state.[761]

Bihar: 96 cases were reported in the state.[762]

Tamil Nadu: 776 cases were reported in the state.[763]

Punjab: 23 cases were reported in the state.

Karnataka: 143 cases were reported in the state.[764]

Delhi: 571 cases were reported in the state.[765]

Gujarat: 371 cases were reported in the state.[766]

Maharashtra: 2345 cases were reported in the state.[767]

Rajasthan: 212 cases were reported in the state.[768]

22 May

148 deaths 6088 cases were reported.[769]

Uttrakhand: 5 cases were reported in the state.[770]

Chhattisgarh: 16 cases were reported in the state.[771]

Tamil Nadu: 786 cases were reported in the state.[772]

Assam: 12 cases were reported in the state.[773]

Bihar: 118 cases were reported in the state.[774]

Kerala: 42 cases were reported in the state.[775]

Karnataka: 138 cases were reported in the state.[776]

Gujarat: 363 cases were reported in the state.[777]

Maharashtra: 2940 cases were reported in the state.[778]

Rajasthan: 267 cases were reported in the state.[779]

23 May

137 deaths 6654 cases were reported.[780]

Delhi: 591 cases were reported in a state.[781]

Assam: 53 cases were reported in a state.[782]

Tamil Nadu: 710 cases were reported in a state.[783]

Karnataka: 262 cases were reported in a state.

Punjab: 16 cases were reported in a state.[784]

Maharashtra: 2608 cases were reported in a state.[785]

Rajasthan: 248 cases were reported in the state.[786]

24 May

Uttrakhand: 53 cases were reported in the state.[787]

Haryana: 21 cases were reported in the state.[788]

Tamil Nadu: 765 cases were reported in the state.[789]

Assam: 4 cases were reported in the state.[790]

Maharashtra: 3041 cases were reported in the state.[791]

Rajasthan: 286 cases were reported in the state.[792]

25 May

154 deaths 6977 cases were reported.[793]

Uttarakhand: 25 cases were reported in the state.[794]

Karnataka: 69 cases were reported in the state.[795]

Tamil Nadu: 805 cases were reported in the state.[796]

Punjab: 21 cases were reported in the state.[797]

Gujarat: 405 cases were reported in the state.[798]

Maharashtra: 2436 cases were reported in the state.[799]

Delhi: 635 cases were reported in the state.[800]

Rajasthan: 272 cases were reported in the state.[801]

26 May

Kerala: 67 cases were reported in the state.[802]

Uttarakhand: 51 cases were reported in the state.[803]

Punjab: 25 cases were reported in the state.[804]

Tamil Nadu: 646 cases were reported in the state.[805]

West Bengal: 193 cases were reported in the state.[806]

Maharashtra: 2091 cases were reported in the state.[807]

Rajasthan: 236 cases were reported in the state.[808]

Reactions and measures

  • On 3 March, India suspended all visas belonging to citizens of Italy, Iran, South Korea and Japan immediately, along with travellers who went to these places. Authorities advised against non-essential travel to China, Iran, Italy and South Korea, along with medical screening for travellers arriving from 14 places.[809]
  • On 6 March, GoM ordered all international passengers to be screened upon entry to the country.[810] The three-day International Indian Film Academy Awards (IIFA) (dubbed Bollywood's Oscars), supposed to be held from 27 to 29 March, has been delayed due to fears of the coronavirus.[811]
  • On 8 March, Qatar bans passagers India amid fears of spread of the virus.[812]
  • On 11 March, India suspended visas for travellers, including visa-free travel from 13 March until 15 April, except those on diplomatic, official, employment and project visas. Even travellers allowed to enter will be subject to quarantine orders.[813] Prime Minister Narendra Modi proposed a SAARC fund called SAARC COVID-19 Emergency Fund to tackle coronavirus via video conference. He proposed setting up a volunteer basis COVID-19 emergency fund[814]
  • On 15 March, Prime Minister Narendra Modi proposed a SAARC fund called SAARC COVID-19 Emergency Fund to tackle coronavirus via video conference. He proposed setting up a volunteer basis COVID-19 emergency fund with India committing USD 10 million initially for it.[815][816][817]
  • On 22 March, India observed a 14-hour long curfew both to try and combat the coronavirus pandemic and assess the country's ability to fight the virus.[818]
  • On 24 March, Prime minister Narendra Modi announced a total lockdown, effective from midnight on 25 March.[819]
  • On 26 March, 1.7 trillion INR economic stimulus plan to help millions of people affected by a nationwide lockdown. The Minister of Finance Nirmala Sitharaman also confirmed that the Indian Government plans to distribute five kilograms of staple food grains like wheat or rice for each person free of charge in order to feed about 800 million poor people over the next three months.[820]
  • On 2 April, Government announced plans to convert trains and stadiums into isolation wards for a total of 320,000 patients.[821]
  • On 8 April, Supreme Court of India orders that private medical laboratories not charge patients for testing COVID-19.
  • On 14 April, Narendra Modi extended nationwide lockdown till 3 May, with a conditional relaxation from 20 April for the areas that have been able to contain the spread.[822]
  • On 27 April, Prime Minister Narendra Modi claimed that his country's month-long lockdown has saved lives and yielded positive results during a video conference with other heads of state. The Indian Council of Medical Research has advised state governments to stop using coronavirus testing equipment from two Chinese companies Guangzhou Wondfo Biotech and Zhuhai Livzon Diagnostics due to their unsatisfactory performance.[823]

Statistics

The numbers are from data published by Ministry of Health and Family Welfare on their website.

Footnotes

  1. ^ The MoHFW data has included a case from Dimapur district of Nagaland, a northeastern state of India, against the case count of Assam. It has been included since the patient was shifted in GMCH, Assam for treatment.[824] Here in the table the case figure is included against Assam as per MoHFW and not per the Government of Assam's statistics.[825]
  2. ^ The MoHFW data has included a death from Mahé district of Puducherry, a union territory of India and which is surrounded by North Malabar region of Kerala, against the death count of Kerala. It has been included since the patient died at Parayaram Medical College in Kannur, Kerala.[826] Here in the table the death figure is included against Kerala as per MoHFW and not per the Government of Kerala’s statistics.[827]

Charts

Total confirmed cases, active cases, recoveries and deaths

  Total confirmed cases      Active Cases      Recoveries      Deaths

Daily new cases

  New cases per day

Daily new recoveries

  New recoveries per day

Daily new deaths

  New deaths per day

Case fatality rate

The trend of case fatality rate for COVID-19 from 12 March, the day first death in the country was recorded.[829]

  Case fatality rate

Graph source: Data from MoHFW

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