New Delhi | Jagran News Desk: In the last 24 hours, India recorded a massive 19,459 confirmed cases of COVID-19, taking the country's overall caseload to 5.48 lakh. Meanwhile, 380 deaths in the last 24 hours took the country's death toll to 16,475.    

Maharashtra, the worst-hit state in the country, recorded 5,493 cases and 156 deaths in the last 24 hours and has so far recorded 1,64,626 confirmed infections and 7,429 fatalities. Delhi, second in the list, recorded 2,889 cases and 65 deaths in the last 24 hours. The national capital has so far recorded over 83,000 cases and 2,623 deaths. Recently, Delhi had eclipsed Mumbai as the city worst-hit by the pandemic in the country.

Name of State / UT Active Cases* Cured/Discharged/Migrated* Deaths** Total Confirmed cases*
Andaman and Nicobar Islands 31 45 0 76
Andhra Pradesh 7164 5908 169 13241
Arunachal Pradesh 121 60 1 182
Assam 2108 5088 10 7206
Bihar 2034 7118 60 9212
Chandigarh 87 336 6 429
Chhattisgarh 558 2091 13 2662
Dadra and Nagar Haveli and Daman and Diu 118 60 0 178
Delhi 27847 52607 2623 83077
Goa 717 478 3 1198
Gujarat 6712 22800 1808 31320
Haryana 4689 8917 223 13829
Himachal Pradesh 378 529 9 916
Jammu and Kashmir 2683 4316 94 7093
Jharkhand 559 1793 12 2364
Karnataka 5476 7507 207 13190
Kerala 2015 2152 22 4189
Ladakh 376 586 1 963
Madhya Pradesh 2545 10084 557 13186
Maharashtra 70622 86575 7429 164626
Manipur 730 455 0 1185
Meghalaya 4 42 1 47
Mizoram 93 55 0 148
Nagaland 251 164 0 415
Odisha 1850 4743 21 6614
Puducherry 388 221 10 619
Punjab 1557 3526 133 5216
Rajasthan 3261 13611 399 17271
Sikkim 39 49 0 88
Tamil Nadu 35659 45537 1079 82275
Telangana 9000 5172 247 14419
Tripura 266 1079 1 1346
Uttarakhand 767 2018 38 2823
Uttar Pradesh 6679 14808 660 22147
West Bengal 5451 11193 639 17283
Cases being reassigned to states 7285     7285
Total# 210120 321723 16475 548318

With the country witnessing an alarming spike since June 1 as the Unlock 1.0 came into effect, Prime Minister Narendra Modi yesterday said people have to remain more vigilant in the "unlock" period and cautioned that failure to follow COVID-19 norms will put at risk their lives and those of others.  

Several states have increased vigilance in specific areas which have seen spike in cases while several cities have been put under lockdown to contain the spread of the virus. 

Manipur has extended the lockdown till July 15 amid the spike in cases. Guwahati has also announced a 14-day lockdown in the city starting today. Tamil Nadu has announced lockdown in Chennai and three four other districts. 

Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray made it clear on Sunday that the restrictions will continue even after June 30 as the crisis is not yet over. The unlock process, dubbed Mission Begin Again by the state government, is being gradually implemented to put the economy back on track, Thackeray said.

In the financial capital Mumbai, police urged the city residents not to move beyond the two-km radius of their homes unless it is for attending office or medical emergencies.

With the further easing of coronavirus-induced curbs in the state, some salons opened in the city on Sunday after a gap of three months while many remained closed due to lack of manpower.

Chief Minister Thackeray also said the 'Chase the Virus' initiative that received good results in worst-hit Mumbai will now be expanded to other parts of the state.

In Delhi, where authorities are implementing a revised strategy after a major surge in cases, the number of COVID-19 containment zones has risen from 218 to 417 after a re-mapping of such areas, while around 2.45 lakh people have been screened in a mammoth house-to-house survey to check the spread of COVID-19.

Officials said the count of containment zones is expected to jump further as the authorities in some districts were yet to complete the task of redrawing such areas following the Centre's directions.

Posted By: Abhinav Gupta