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Coronavirus Latest Updates: 21,797 COVID-19 cases in India confirmed, says ICMR; 5 lakh samples tested

By: FE Online | Updated:Apr 23, 2020 11:40:08 am

Coronavirus India LIVE State Wise Latest News Updates: The total number of Coronavirus positive cases presently stands at 21,393. There are 16,454 active cases, while 4258 patients have been cured/discharged/migrated. The death toll now stands at 681.

Coronavirus India LIVE State Wise Latest News Updates: As per the data shared by the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, the total number of Coronavirus positive cases presently stands at 21,797. There are 16,740 active cases, while 4376 patients have been cured/discharged/migrated. The death toll now stands at 681. Almost all states across India have been infected by a coronavirus. In a silver lining, Goa and Manipur have declared themselves as Coronavirus Free states. India is under lockdown till May 3. However, a few services have been resumed in selected areas after April 21.

The disease has already spread in over 200 countries around the world, killing lakhs of people. The US, China, and Spain are the worst affected countries in terms of cases and the number of casualties.

Reports say that several new Coronavirus patients have been found to be asymptomatic. In Delhi-NCR, the Gautam Buddha Nagar administration has completely closed the Delhi-Noida border. Only essential vehicles will be allowed.

The COVID-19 has already spread over 200 countries around the world killing lakhs of people. The US, China, Italy, and Spain are some of the worst affected countries in terms of cases and the number of casualties. Coronavirus cases are rising in other countries too and all nations are taking stringent measures to control the virus. Meanwhile, the US President Donald Trump has halted the issuing of Green cards or legal permanent residency for the next 60 days as part of his executive order to temporarily suspend immigration into the US.

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