Coronavirus cases in India: second death in Delhi, third in Mumbai; slight decrease in new cases | India News
So far, 48 coronavirus patients have been discharged from the hospital after treatment, a sharp increase from 35 reported as of Monday. Up to eight patients were discharged from Maharashtra. The health ministry recorded a death in Delhi, although the state government denied being aware of it.
Sources said a person suffering from acute respiratory distress and heart-related diseases died Tuesday at Rajiv Gandhi Super Specialty Hospital. Mumbai recorded its third coronavirus death on Monday night, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation said. The victim was a Dubai-based man who had reported to an Ahmedabad hospital on March 15 with a complaint of back pain and then arrived in Mumbai.
Meanwhile, there were indications that the virus had spread to the northeast. A 23-year-old girl in Manipur, who had recently returned from the UK, tested positive for the initial test. The result of your confirmation test is expected.
If confirmed, this would be the first Covid-19 case in the entire Northeast. Kerala recorded the highest number of new cases on Tuesday, 14. It surpassed Maharashtra as the state with the highest number of cases in 109. Maharashtra reported 10 new cases, Karnataka 9, UP 4, three from Telangana and Tamil Nadu, two out of every one. Bengal and J&K and one from Andhra Pradesh.
The MP government imposed a curfew on Gwalior after two people tested positive, one in the city and one in neighboring Shivpuri, bringing the state’s count to nine. Up to four positive coronavirus cases were reported in UP on Tuesday, bringing the state’s total to 37. Three cases were reported in Gautam Budh Nagar and one in Shamli district, authorities said.
Of the three positive Covid-19 cases reported in GB Nagar, one couple is from Noida, while the third lives in Greater Noida. Sources from the health department said Noida’s patients had no travel history, although they received a friend who had returned from London. The patient in Greater Noida had a history of travel.