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COVID -19 India Death Update: 426 dead in 1 day

The death toll of country due Coronavirus is now 13,703. The virus claimed the lives of 426 patients in 1 day. On Sunday, the number of lives lost in Maharashtra is 426, lives lost in Delhi are 63; lives lost in Tamil Nadu are 53 and lives lost in Gujarat are 25. The total number of deaths in the country’s capital is 2,175 whereas the death toll in Maharashtra is now 6,170.

 

Before this, Madhya Pradesh was the seventh state where the death toll crossed 500. 6 patients took their last breath on Sunday. With this, the total number of deaths in the state is 501.

Deaths in various states on Saturday

377 patients took their last breath in 17 states including 22 in Uttar Pradesh; 20 in Gujarat; 11 in West Bengal; 9 in Karnataka; 6 in Jammu & Kashmir, 6 in Punjab; 5 in Telangana; 5 in Haryana; 5 in Andhra Pradesh and 4 in Rajasthan. On Friday, 365 patients took their last breath.

 

Total deaths due to virus in various states

StateTotal number of deaths
Maharashtra6,170
Delhi2,175
Gujarat1,664
Tamil Nadu757
West Bengal555
Madhya Pradesh501
Uttar Pradesh550
Rajasthan349
Telangana210
Haryana160
Karnataka137
Andhra Pradesh106
Punjab99
Jammu & Kashmir82
Bihar51
Uttarakhand27
Kerala22
Odisha19
Jharkhand11
Chattisgarh11
Assam09
Himachal Pradesh07
Puducherry07
Meghalaya01
Ladakh01
Tripura01
Total13,703

 

22 cities with the maximum number of deaths

Cities
Deaths
Mumbai3,425
Ahmedabad1313
Dhule494
Thane675
Pune610
Chennai556
Kolkata323
Indore193
Jaipur145
Sangali135
Aurangabad176
Solapur184
Satara104
Surat120
North 24 Parganas78
Raigarh86
Palgarh82
Bhopal78
Ujjain67
Howrah70
Agra79
Meerut75
Gurugram55
Faridabad51
Bengaluru Urban58

 

2004 deaths on June 16

June 10: 387 deaths

June 11: 396 deaths

June 12: 388 deaths

June 13: 311 deaths

June 14: 321 deaths

June 15: 396 deaths

June 16: 2004 deaths

June 17: 325 deaths

June 18: 342 deaths

June 19: 365 deaths

June 20: 377 deaths

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