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COVID-19 cases in India rises to 62, 939 as 19,358 people recover

Newdelhi:10/5/20: The number of COVID-19 cases in the country has gone up to 62,939 while the death toll rose to 2,109. Health Ministry data issued this morning said the number of active COVID-19 cases stood at 41,472.

Confirmed
62,939
+3,320
Recovered
19,358
Deaths
2,109
+95
Location Confirmed Recovered Deaths
Maharashtra
20,228
+1,089
779
+37
Gujarat
7,796
+390
472
+24
Delhi
6,542
+338
73
+2
Tamil Nadu
6,535
+600
44
+3
Rajasthan
3,708
+152
106
+4
Madhya Pradesh
3,614
+89
215
+7
Uttar Pradesh
3,373
+143
74
+4
Andhra Pradesh
1,930
+40
44
+3
West Bengal
1,786
+130
171
+9
Punjab
1,762
+87
31
+1
Telangana
1,163
+10
30
+0
Jammu and Kashmir
836
+30
9
+0
Karnataka
794
+48
30
+0
Haryana
675
+22
9
+1
Bihar
591
+21
5
+0
Kerala
505
+0
4
+0
Odisha
294
+52
2
+0
Chandigarh
169
+15
2
+0
Jharkhand
157
+0
3
+0
Tripura
134
+53
Uttarakhand
67
+2
1
+0
Additional cases are new cases reported yesterday · Updated less than 40 mins ago·

Source:Wikipedia·
As been a spike of 3,277 cases and 127 deaths in the last 24 hours. As many as 19,358 people have been cured and discharged so far.

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