India Covid-19 count rises to 33,610 but hotspot districts decreases to 129 from 170

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The whole world is fighting with coronavirus pandemic and India is also on that list. Till 30th April 2020 total cases reported in India is 33,610 in which 24,162 cases are still active and 1,075 lost their lives. But the good news is that 8,372 people have been cured successfully and sent back to their homes.

As per the health ministry, the latest information doubling rate of the positive Covid-19 cases has now increased to 11 days from 7 days which also a good piece of news for India. On 15 April 2020 center classified districts into three categories. Those with a high load of COVID-19 cases are marked as red zones, while those with considerably fewer cases of the respiratory infection fall in orange zone and district with no cases marked as a green zone.

The current ongoing lockdown in India will end on 3rd May 2020 and now central as well as state govt have to issue a new advisory in regards to this pandemic spread to handle and control it as soon as possible.

The highest number of confirmed cases in the country till 30th April 2020 are from Maharashtra at 9,318, followed by Gujarat at 3,744, Delhi 3,314, Madhya Pradesh 2,387, Rajasthan 2,364, Tamil Nadu 2,058 and Uttar Pradesh 2,053. The number of COVID-19 cases has gone up to 1,259 in Andhra Pradesh, 1,004 in Telangana & 436 in Bihar.

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