According to healthcare data, novel coronavirus cases in India increased to 195 on Friday after 22 new cases were reported from various cases in the country. The cases involved 32 foreign nationals including 17 from Italy, 3 from the Philippines, two from the UK, one from Canada, Indonesia, and Singapore. The figure also includes four deaths from Delhi, Karnataka, Punjab, and Maharashtra so far.
The ministry said that the total number of active COVID 2019 cases across India is 171, in which 20 others were cured/discharged, while four died. Delhi has reported 17 positive cases so far, including one foreigner, while Uttar Pradesh has reported 19 cases including one foreigner.
Maharashtra has 47 cases, including three foreigners, while Kerala has 28 cases, including two foreign nationals. There are 15 coronavirus patients in Karnataka. The number of cases in Ladakh rose to 10 and Jammu and Kashmir four. Telangana has reported 16 cases, including nine foreigners.
Seven cases including two foreigners have also been registered in Rajasthan. Tamil Nadu has three cases so far while Andhra Pradesh has two. One case each has been reported in Odisha, Uttarakhand, West Bengal, Pondicherry, Chandigarh and Punjab. In Haryana, there are 17 cases, involving 14 foreigners.