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Coronavirus Hotspots in India- As cases of Coronavirus is increasing and new cases being found in several parts of country Govt of India has roughly found Coronavirus top ten hotspots where the cases are increasing over time and situation is turning different. It’s here enlisted top 5 most affected areas where cases are increasing either due to facilities available or transmission taking place in big numbers. These top 5 most affected places are listed among top 10 Hotspots of Coronavirus in India. Topping the hotspot list Delhi's Nizamuddin West is numbered top by Govt agencies.
As per Govt data, the number of cases are increasing rapidly in Maharashtra, Kerala, Karnataka and Telangana in last 48 hours as MHFW shown. Among top 10 hotpots in India there are two hotspots each in Uttar Pradesh, Delhi, Maharashtra & Kerala and one each in Rajasthan and Gujarat.
As per stats showing in Coronavirus data provided by Ministry of Health and Family Welfare and press briefing of ICMR there are 5 most affected areas in India which are part of total 10 places numbered as Coronavirus hotspots in Country. As per ICMR briefing Government is focusing its attention on 10 hotspots in the country in its effort to control the spread of Covid-19.
Among top 5 hotspots in India Nizamuddin West, Dilshad Garden from Delhi are among worst-hit locations. View the list of top 5 most affected areas among 10 hotspots in Country.
Nizamuddin West (Delhi)-
Aroun 9000 people who attended the Nizamuddin Markaz have been identified acroas India. Taking legal action Ministry of External Affairs has blacklisted more than 900 visas of foreign who attended Markaz gathering in Nizamuddin. Foreign nationals are found violation in visa norms.
Number of positive cases is increasing in people who attended Markaz and more than 400 people have found positive of Coronavirus, confirmed Health Ministry.
Nizamuddin markaz which is fallen in Nizamuddin West area of Delhi has topped the list assumed for Coronavirus top 10 Hotspots. Markaz gathering in Nizamuddin brought the area as biggest hotspot where more than 8,000 people reported attendees of Markaz and took part and have been identified by April 2. Various state governments are tracing and identifying all those who attended the Nizamuddin Markaz gathering. The report came in highlights when on March 28 Delhi Police raided the Nizamuddin Markaz and found 400 plus Coronavirus symptomatic which result sever deaths. Nizamuddin West area emerged this week as the biggest domestic source of coronavirus disease in the country as per MOHFW.
April-3 Mumbai is emerging as top place where the number of Coronavirus positive cases are moving at rapid rate. People are found crowd moving in Vegetable markets and Anaj Mandis even after complete Lockdown is called. The number of cases are increasing more faster than any other district. Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation is trying efforts in sanitizing the areas, roads to reduce the infection spread.
April 2- On Thursday total 87 cases registered in Maharashtra, Government uploaded data. Out of total cases 57 coronavirus positive found in Mumbai alone. Six people found in Pune, 9 Ahmednagar, 5 Thane, 3 Pimpri Chinchwad and 1 in Buldhana.
Based on recent updates the numbers in Mumbai is increasing rapidly than any other area on Thursday. Maharashtra 17 People have died so far and 337 cases have been found positive in Maharashtra alone, most in any other state.
Till Wednesday in Mumbai Coronavirus has taken more than 10 lives and 170 plus Coronavirus positive cases by Wednesday. There have been various random people tested positive in Mumbai. Encircled with Koliwada area of Worli and Koregaon suburb as two areas from where several positive cases reported, made Mumbai among hotspots of Coronavirus in Country.
Till Wednesday Maharashtra had reported 230 Coronavirus positive cases of them 10 lost their lives 39 people discharged after recovery.
Dilshad Garden (Delhi)
Situated in northeast Delhi, Dilshad Garden is thumped as Coronavirus Hotspot by Health and Family Welfare Ministery after spread of several Coronavirus cases in area in recent days. It seems started from a woman who had travel history of Saudi Arabia and returning home she transmitted infection in her daughter and two relatives in Jehangirpuri. It is reported that she also came in contact with a doctor from Mohalla Clinic in Maujpur and later several hundred people sent to quarantine whose checkups were done by Maujpur Mohalla Clinic doctor.
Rajasthan's Bhilwara area is on third number in Top 5 most affected areas in India where coronavirus cases increased rapidly. As Health Agency Team took around 1200 samples from Bhilwara till April 1. Out of total 83 cases registered in Rajasthan, 26 were found only from textile town of Bhilwara. A massive screening is underway in Bhilwara's urban and rural areas also covering near around 26 lakhs people.
A Doctor in Private Hospital in Bhilwara also found Coronavirus positive as first case and later several medical staff and patients found Coronavirus positive in the same line.
Noida (Uttar Pradesh)
Addition to the report Uttar Pradesh state government is tracing and identifying all those who attended the Nizamuddin Markaz gathering, Delhi's western corner Gautam Budha Nagar recorded more than 40 cases by Thursday. In Noida the cases are highest in any District of country. In district about two dozen cases are directly linked to a Private firm which is sealed for endangering people’ lives.
In Noida alone more than 1900 people are under surveillance and more than 600 samples have been tested in District. Another 291 people have been sent to quarantine from Noida and Greater Noida.
Among other ten hotspots in Country there are another five most affected areas/ districts are listed by Health Department. Among other most affected areas Pune from Maharashtra, Meerut from Uttar Pradesh, Kasaragod and Pathanamthitta from Kerala and Ahmedabad from Gujarat are listed as hotpots.