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Coronavirus Live Updates: India Now 7th Worst-Hit Nation By COVID-19

Coronavirus Live Updates: India Now 7th Worst-Hit Nation By COVID-19

India Coronavirus Cases LIVE Updates: Number of cases crossed 1.9 lakh on Monday

New Delhi:

Coronavirus Live Updates: With around 8,400 more people testing positive for the coronavirus, the nationwide tally of confirmed cases of highly contagious disease crossed 1.9 lakh on Monday.

However, the recoveries also rose further to near 92,000.

A number of top cities saw the lockdown restrictions being eased with even traffic snarls returning back on roads.

The death toll rose to 5,394 after a record single-day spike of 230 fatalities in the 24 hours (since Sunday 8 AM), the Union Health Ministry said in its morning update on Monday.

It showed the number of confirmed cases rising by 8,392 to 1,90,535.

India is now the seventh-worst hit nation by the COVID-19 pandemic after the US, Brazil, Russia, the UK, Spain and Italy, according to the WHO's coronavirus tracker.

Here are the Live Updates on Coronavirus Outbreak:

Jun 02, 2020 07:56 (IST)
Coronavirus Lockdown: People at vegetable market in Ghazipur
Jun 02, 2020 07:46 (IST)
Goa government declares Mangor Hill as containment zone

Goa Health Secretary Nila Mohanan on Monday declared Mangor Hill as containment zone after a man and his wife tested positive for Covid-19.

"Two more confirmed case, both members of a family from Mangor-Hill, Vasco. We are doing contact tracing. The Mangor Hill has been declared as containment zone," Mohanan said during a press conference.

In view of the new cases reported, Mohanan said, "Extensive testing of people from Mangor Hill will be carried out." "It is too premature to call this community transmission; we are tracking and locating the history of the cases," she added.
Jun 02, 2020 06:34 (IST)
Coronavirus Update: Latest Numbers
- The nationwide tally of confirmed COVID-19 cases cross 1.9 lakh.- Record number of nearly 8,400 people tested positive on Monday- Recoveries also rose further to near 92,000. - The death toll rose to 5,394 after a record single-day spike of 230