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Coronavirus India update: State-wise total number of confirmed cases, deaths on October 29

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The spread of the novel coronavirus in India has quickened in the last few days with new cases of Covid-19 and deaths reported every day. The epidemic has expanded its footprint in the country and has affected over 80 lakh people since the first positive case was confirmed on January 30 in Kerala.

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More than three billion people around the world have lived under lockdown as governments stepped up efforts to contain the pandemic, which has left over a million people dead globally.

On September 6, India topped Brazil's coronavirus tally and now has the world's second-highest number of Covid-19 cases.

Here's the tally of Covid-19 positive cases in India and the state-wise impact:

Coronavirus in India: Total number of positive cases (including deaths): 80,40,701 as of October 29

States/UTs death toll (details are updated as we receive information): 1,20,535



States Total cases Deaths
Andaman and Nicobar Islands 4,289 58
Arunachal Pradesh 14,580 36
Assam 205,237 917
Bihar 214,163 1,069
Chandigarh 14,212 224
Chhattisgarh 181,583 1,936
Dadra and Nagar Haveli & Daman and Diu 3,237 3
Goa 42,968 592
Gujarat 170,053 3,704
Haryana 162,223 1,758
Himachal Pradesh 20,898 300
Jharkhand 100,569 880
Karnataka 812,784 11,046
Kerala 411,464 1,403
Lakshadweep 0 0
Madhya Pradesh 169,271 2,913
Maharashtra 1,660,766 43,554
Manipur 17,809 156
Meghalaya 9,226 85
Mizoram 2,656 1
Nagaland 8,824 38
Delhi 370,014 6,396
Puducherry 34,583 590
Punjab 132,263 4,158
Rajasthan 191,629 1,877
Sikkim 3,875 67
Tamil Nadu 716,751 11,018
Telangana 235,656 1,324
Tripura 30,566 345
Uttar Pradesh 476,034 6,958
Uttarakhand 61,261 1,009
West Bengal 361,703 6,664
Odisha 285,482 1,284
Andhra Pradesh 814,774 6,643
Jammu and Kashmir 93,213 1,455
Ladakh 6,085 74

No. of people discharged: 73,15,989

Note: The tallies above include foreigners who have been infected with Covid-19.

While the Centre and state governments have been trying hard to check the Covid-19 spread by tracking, isolating and treating infected people, the daily rise in India cases is worrisome.

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