Coronavirus cases in India: Lockdown, Day 19: 8,356 confirmed cases in India so far, deaths at 273

On the 19th day of the nationwide lockdown, India’s official tally showed a jump of over 900 cases in the past 24 hours, taking the total count to 8,447 with 273 deaths.

Meanwhile, the pandemic appeared to be worsening around the globe, with Spain’s three-day streak of falling deaths broken, and US surpassing Italy in Covid-19 casualties. The Spanish spurt pushed Europe’s death toll beyond 75,000.

Here are all the latest developments:


  • Two deaths in Indore; Madhya Pradesh death toll now 32.
  • One death, 25 new cases in Gujarat; state tally rises to 493.
  • One death in Tamil Nadu; 11 deaths in total, with 969 cases.
  • 134 new cases in Maharashtra; state tally rises to 1,895.
  • 96 new cases in Rajasthan; state total now at 796.
  • 20 more test positive in Uttar Pradesh, taking the tally to 479.
  • 14 new cases in Haryana, state count now 179.
  • 11 fresh cases in Karnataka; 226 in total.
  • Seven new cases in Chhattisgarh, total up to 25.
  • Four new cases in Odisha, tally rises to 54.
  • Three new cases in Bhopal.

World India
Tally Toll Tally Toll
16,84,833 1,02,136 8,447 273


  • Delhi declares 33 containment zones and begins aggresive testing in zones.
  • Karnataka State RTC cancels bookings, starts processing refunds.
  • Union Ministers lobby for partial resumption of industry, road projects.
  • Rs 5000 fine/3-year jail for not wearing masks in Ahmedabad.
  • Lawyers ask CJI to take suo moto cognizance of increased child abuse during lockdown.


  • 1,920 deaths in America, total now 20,506, higher than Italy.
  • Russia reports 2,186 cases in 24 hours.
  • 714 cases in Japan, highest spike, yet.
  • 399 cases in Indonesia, country’s biggest daily increase.
  • 254 new cases in Pakistan, total deaths now 86.
  • China’s imported cases double to 99.
  • Three Indians test positive in Nepal.
  • Saudi Arabia extends lockdown indefinitely
  • 400 Australians evacuated from India.

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