While the situation in Delhi seems to be improving with the national capital reporting just 613 new coronavirus cases on Monday, the lowest in the last two months, and recovery rate improved to 88 per cent, the same is not the case with other metros in the country. Maharashtra has reported the highest number of cases at 3,75,799, followed by 2,13,723 in Tamil Nadu, 1,30,606 in Delhi, 96,298 in Andhra Pradesh, 96,141 in Karnataka, 66,988 in Uttar Pradesh and 58,718 in West Bengal. With a record single-day jump of 49,931 COVID-19 cases, India’s caseload climbed to 14,35,453 on Monday, while recoveries surged to 9,17,567, according to Union Health Ministry data. The country’s death toll rose to 32,771 with 708 fatalities being recorded in a day, the data updated at 8 am showed. There are 4,85,114 active cases of coronavirus infection in the country, while 9,17,567 patients have recovered and one person has migrated. The recovery rate stands at 63.92 per cent, according to the data. As many as 55,822 cases have been recorded in Gujarat, 54,059 cases in Telangana, 39,176 in Bihar, 35,909 in Rajasthan, 32,228 in Assam, 31,332 in Haryana and 27,800 in Madhya Pradesh. Odisha has reported 25,389 infections, Jammu and Kashmir 17,920, Kerala 19,025, and Punjab 13,218. A total of 8,275 people have been infected with the virus in Jharkhand, 7,450 in Chhattisgarh, 6,104 in Uttarakhand, 4,861 in Goa, 3,900 in Tripura, 2,786 in Puducherry, 2,235 in Manipur, 2,176 in Himachal Pradesh, and 1,285 in Ladakh. Nagaland has recorded 1,339 COVID-19 cases, Arunachal Pradesh 1,158, and Chandigarh 887. Dadra and Nagar Haveli and Daman and Diu together have reported 914 cases. Meghalaya has reported 702 cases, Sikkim 545, Mizoram 361, and Andaman and Nicobar Islands 324 cases.
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