How Has COVID-19 Impacted The Nutritional Status Of India’s Children? An On-Ground Report From Non-Profit Organisation CRY

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How Has COVID-19 Impacted The Nutritional Status Of India’s Children? An On-Ground Report From Non-Profit Organisation CRYCRY has been working across the country to help children meet their nutritional needs to improve India’s malnutrition status

Highlights
  • COVID-19 has disrupted immunisation and delivery of nutritional supplements
  • India’s children are more vulnerable to malnutrition than ever due to COVID
  • Children were not able to access immunisation services during lockdown: CRY

New Delhi: “Though, children are not reported to be infected by COVID-19 in large numbers as yet, the pandemic has directly impacted child survival, health and nutrition significantly due to the breakdown in economic machinery worldwide,” says Soha Moitra, Regional Director of Child Rights and You (CRY), a non-profit organisation. She further says that the ongoing pandemic has completely disrupted immunisation services and delivery of nutritional supplements within few months, making children more vulnerable to other preventable diseases and malnutrition.

CRY has been working across the country to help children meet their nutritional needs to improve India’s malnutrition status. Here are some on-ground stories of young children and their parents dealing with the nutrition crisis amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

Also Read: Poshan Maah 2020: What Has Been The Impact Of COVID-19 Pandemic On India’s Malnutrition Targets

A 2-Year-Old From Uttar Pradesh Struggles For Survival

Abhilash (name changed), a resident of Puari Khurd village in Varanasi district of Uttar Pradesh is struggling for his life amidst the pandemic.

Abhilash will turn 2- year- old in two months, but he is so weak that he is unable to move on his own in the bed. He is a severely malnourished child and weighs barely 6.4 kgs; which is considered as extremely poor for a child who is 1 year and 10 months old.

Abhilash’s mother 36-year-old Mana Devi (name changed) got married at the age of 16 and delivered her first child when she was barely 18.

Due to lack of education, the couple lacked awareness about family planning and thus they had six children, each of these children struggled for proper nutrition. Their youngest child, Abhilash’s condition is the worst among all six children.

He is so weak that one can barely hear his voice and his vision is so weak that he is unable to see in the dark. Unlike, normal children of his age, he is unable to stand and mostly spreads his time lying in the bed. Mana said,

When Abhilash was born in a Primary Health Centre of Harhua block, he was completely normal. His condition started deteriorating after the pandemic hit the country. His father, sole bread-winner of the house, used to work as a labourer at construction site. However, he lost his work and we had no money or food to survive after the nationwide lockdown was announced.

Also Read: Poshan Maah 2020: How Indira Didi, An Anganwadi Worker Is Braving All Odds Amid Coronavirus To Keep Her Village Healthy

She further said that Abhilash couldn’t get proper diet as there were days when the entire family had to starve.

The distribution of ‘Poshan Aahar’ was also halted in the village due to the lockdown and the ration which is being provided by government is not sufficient for survival of the entire family for a month, a spokesperson from CRY informed NDTV.

CRY’s partner organization Jan Mitra Nyas came to know about Abhilash’s condition and provided assistance to the family. However, his situation is still concerning and the family needs immediate assistance, as per the organisation.

Madhya Pradesh’s Anita And Her Newborn Fight To Avoid Malnutrition

Twenty-six-year-old, Anita Adivasi (name changed), lives in Machakhurd village of Pohari block in Shivpuri district of Madhya Pradesh.

Anita gave birth to her second child at Community Health Centre (CHC) of Pohri exactly a month before the nationwide lockdown was announced in the country.

Anita and her husband Brajesh Adivasi both used to work as a labourer, however, Anita had to stop working after she delivered her second child in February, this year. Her first child is 3-year-old and second has just turned 6 months old.

The ongoing pandemic has left Anita’s entire family shattered.

Also Read: “Nutrition Is More Than food, More Than Hunger,” UNICEF India’s Arjan De Wagt Talks About The Impact Of COVID-19 On Poshan Abhiyan 

She and her newborn child couldn’t get proper medical attention which was much needed after the delivery. She couldn’t get her Post Natal Check Up done, as ASHA worker visited her village due to the pandemic, even the immunisation of the newborn started recently, which should have ideally started as soon as the baby completed his first month, a spokesperson from CRY told NDTV.

My child weighed 2.7 kg at the time of delivery and it was a normal delivery. But during his birth, the hospital staff as well as my family were both afraid of COVID-19. So I was discharged from the CHC, within 24 hours of the delivery. The first vaccination of my newborn child was done in the month of June and second in July, Anita said.

As Anita and her husband Brajesh, both are not getting any work due to the COVID-19 pandemic, it is getting tough for the family to even manage a nutritious diet for their two children.

Even though Brajesh has a ration card, he didn’t have a coupon needed to get the ration. After advocacy of CRY’s partner organisation Vikas Samavad Samiti, the family received 10 kg wheat.

Meanwhile, the struggle for the family continues as there is no source of earning and the savings is also on the verge of running out. Recently, when Anita’s elder son fell ill, the family approached a local quack for treatment who took Rs 50 for the treatment.

I had Rs 200 in my savings and now I am left with only Rs 150. I don’t know how my family is going to survive. What am I going to feed to my children in coming days, said Anita.

Some help is being provided by Vikas Samvad Samiti to save the child from the trap of malnutrition.

Also Read: Poshan Month: Understanding Nutrition, What To Have And What To Avoid

Recently, after the organisation’s advocacy, the newborn was provided with Rs 1,400 under Janani Suraksha Yojana and they are also being linked with poultry farming and kitchen garden programme of CRY.

Janani Suraksha Yojana is a motherhood intervention programme under the Nation Health Mission, that aims to reduce maternal and neonatal mortality. This is a centrally sponsored scheme, which integrates cash assistance with delivery and post-delivery care, and ASHA workers are the ones who can link beneficiaries to this programme.

On the other hand, Poultry and kitchen farming programmes trains the beneficiaries to gain the maximum benefits out of the exercise to sustain themselves as well as convert it into an income.

Rajasthan’s Sanju Rawat Has To Struggle To Put Food On The Plates Of His Malnourished Children

For 28-year-old Sanju Rawat, protecting his family, especially his malnourished children, in this ongoing pandemic has become a major challenge.

A resident of Teetana ki Dhani village in Ajmer district of Rajasthan, Sanju has two children – a daughter and a son. However, lack of food and no work during pandemic has made both these children, 4-year-old Prem and 2-year-old Preeta vulnerable to malnutrition.

Both the children are severely underweight, Prem weighs 9.9 kg, while Preeta weighs 7 kg which is considerably low for their age, a spokesperson from CRY informed NDTV.

Despite being 4-year-old, Prem is unable to speak a single word. Persistence of malnutrition for more than a year has put an adverse effect ON of his mental health, while, Preeta’s condition is also equally poor.

Sanju used to work as a daily labour before the pandemic hit the country and he is the only earning member of the family. When the nationwide lockdown was announced to control the COVID-19 pandemic, Sanju didn’t get any work for 3 months in a row.

He was left with neither money nor ration at his home and as a result, family had to starve for food for days.

I didn’t have anything nutritious to feed my malnourished children, which made their condition even worse. We have a goat but its milk was not sufficient for both the kids, thus, we used to mix water in it to make it sufficient for both the children.

CRY’s local partner MJAS did advocacy for the family at district level after which they were provided with 10 kg of dry ration by the local administration.

Apart from that the organisation also provided ration for two months to the family. Condition of children has slightly improved however, a lot has to be done for their long-term mental and physical development, the spokesperson from CRY said.

Also Read: National Nutrition Month: Experts Give Tips On Nutrition And Eating Habits During COVID-19

As CRY shared these stories with NDTV, Ms Moitra said that the impact of COVID-19 is different for everyone, even among children; with the access to health care facilities and nutritional meals being difficult for the poor and vulnerable children. She said,

While working closely with children during the pandemic in the above-mentioned states (Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan) where malnutrition is already a major challenge, we have realised that the reduced household income has forced poor families to compromise on essential health and food expenditures. The issue of food security that has arisen from the phenomenon of people losing their livelihoods has affected children the most. Lack of availability of food isn’t just causing hunger, it’s also leading to malnutrition and are adversely effecting a child’s over all development.

A Rapid Online Survey conducted by CRY during the COVID-19 lockdown revealed that nearly 50 per cent of the parents with children below five years of age, were not able to access immunisation services.

The survey was conducted through a questionnaire with around 30 simple questions, in five languages – English, Hindi, Bangla, Kannada, and Marathi.

The data was collected between April 10 and 20, 2020 on Social Media platforms – Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn pages of CRY.

The survey was further circulated when people shared the links in their social groups in both rural and urban settings via WhatsApp and other virtual social mediums, says the report.

The questionnaire received 1102 responses, of which 58 per cent were from men and the rest 42 per cent from women, belonging to 23 states and UT’s of India.

This figure was highest in Northern states, with 63 per cent of the surveyed households in these states reported the lack of access to immunisation services. It seems the disruptions in maternal and child health facilities, immunisation and supply of nutritional supplement would effectively reverse the last 2 to 3 years of progress in reducing infant mortality within a single year, Ms Moitra explains.

As the pandemic hit the country, Ms Moitra says that CRY’s first priority was to immediately reach children with relief material.

We, along with our partners have provided dry rations, health and hygiene materials, and educational support (workbooks and play materials) to 53,907 underprivileged households, serving 1,13,935 children (55,145 girls and 58,790 boys) so far. We are also strengthening our Community-Based Malnutrition Management Programme. Under the programme, we are providing support to the affected families to develop kitchen garden and are also encouraging poultry farming. Lastly, COVID pandemic has taught us how important it is to allocate adequate budget for public health, and it holds true for child healthcare as well. To be precise, child healthcare should be given more priority in terms of budgetary provisions, now more than ever, Ms Moitra said.

Also Read: ‘September To Be Observed As Poshan Maah,” Says Prime Minister Narendra Modi On Mann Ki Baat

What About The Prime Minister Gareeb Kalyan Scheme?

As India entered the day 2 of the COVID-19 lockdown, concerns for the well-being of daily wage workers among other underprivileged people were echoing from all walks of life. On March 26, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman announced a Rs 1.7 lakh-crore scheme, titled ‘Prime Minister Gareeb Kalyan scheme’ to address the concerns of poor, migrant workers and those who need help.

The poor and the needy will get 5 kg additional wheat and rice, free of cost for the next there months over and above what they are entitled under the National Food Security Act. They will also get 1 kg pulses free for the next three months, the FM Sitharaman said.

She further ensured that “no one will go hungry” due to COVID-19.

However, as far as the on-ground reality goes, Ms Moitra said,

Though Pradhan Mantri Garib Kalyan Yojana has the provision of free ration, every household has other necessary expenditures as well like vegetables, edible oil, etc. Moreover, it has been observed that the quantity of ration being provided to the families is not sufficient to fulfil the needs of the entire family. It gets worse for the families that do not even have ration cards.

Additionally, she says, that the issue of food security that has arisen from the phenomenon of people losing their livelihoods has affected children the most. Ms Moitra said,

Lack of availability of food isn’t just causing hunger, it’s also leading to malnutrition and the resulting physiological, intellectual and emotional deficits at that age are often felt life-long. The matter has become worse after the closure of Anganwadi Centres, Schools and ICDS which has led to not reaching of MDM for school children and also Take Home Ration (THR) for children and pregnant lactating mothers. This has made children more vulnerable to malnutrition.

Also Read: POSHAN Maah 2020: Three Different Ways Of Food Fortification Explained

Poshan Month 2020

Every year, the month of September is celebrated as ‘Poshan Maah’ (National Nutrition Month) to raise awareness about the importance of nutrition in India.

India is one of the world’s largest producer of food items like milk, pulses, and ranks as the second-largest producer of rice, wheat, sugarcane, groundnut, vegetables, fruit and cotton, as per the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO).

Despite the status, 14 per cent of India population is undernourished, according to ‘The State of Food Security and Nutrition in the World, 2020’ report.

The report states 189.2 million people are undernourished in India and  34.7 per cent of the children aged under five in India are stunted (too short for their age). It further reports that 20 per cent on of India’s children under the age of 5, suffer from wasting, meaning their weight is too low for their height. And the crisis of coronavirus has further worsened these conditions and India’s poor and hungry are being affected the most, the study highlights.

Also Read: “The Goal Of National Nutrition Week Is To Create A Healthy Nation,” Says Dr Harsh Vardhan As He Urges Everyone To Eat Right

NDTV – Dettol Banega Swasth India campaign is an extension of the five-year-old Banega Swachh India initiative helmed by Campaign Ambassador Amitabh Bachchan. It aims to spread awareness about critical health issues facing the country. In wake of the current COVID-19 pandemic, the need for WASH (WaterSanitation and Hygiene) is reaffirmed as handwashing is one of the ways to prevent Coronavirus infection and other diseases. The campaign highlights the importance of nutrition and healthcare for women and children to prevent maternal and child mortality, fight malnutrition, stunting, wasting, anaemia and disease prevention through vaccines. Importance of programmes like Public Distribution System (PDS), Mid-day Meal Scheme, POSHAN Abhiyan and the role of Aganwadis and ASHA workers are also covered. Only a Swachh or clean India where toilets are used and open defecation free (ODF) status achieved as part of the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan launched by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in 2014, can eradicate diseases like diahorrea and become a Swasth or healthy India. The campaign will continue to cover issues like air pollutionwaste managementplastic banmanual scavenging and sanitation workers and menstrual hygiene

World

2,92,74,397Cases
84,91,706Active
1,98,54,392Recovered
9,28,299Deaths

Coronavirus has spread to 188 countries. The total confirmed cases worldwide are 2,92,74,397 and 9,28,299 have died; 84,91,706 are active cases and 1,98,54,392 have recovered as on September 15, 2020 at 3:51 am.

India

49,30,236 83809Cases
9,90,061 3463Active
38,59,399 79292Recovered
80,776 1054Deaths

In India, there are 49,30,236 confirmed cases including 80,776 deaths. The number of active cases is 9,90,061 and 38,59,399 have recovered as on September 15, 2020 at 2:30 am.

State & District Details

State Cases Active Recovered Deaths

DistrictCases

Akola757

Aurangabad1974

Dhule228

Jalgaon1039

Mumbai45478

Mumbai Suburban5363

Nagpur692

Nashik1575

Palghar1421

Pune9920

Satara629

Solapur1291

Thane13660

Yavatmal150

Ahmednagar190

Amravati291

Beed54

Bhandara41

Buldhana88

Chandrapur32

Hingoli208

Jalna201

Kolhapur646

Latur139

Nanded176

Nandurbar42

Parbhani78

Raigad1462

Ratnagiri350

Sangli145

Gadchiroli42

gondia69

Osmanabad125

Sindhudurg114

Wardha11

Washim13

1077374 17066

291630 914

755850 15789

29894 363

DistrictCases

Chittoor319

Guntur511

Krishna557

Kurnool795

Sri Potti Sriramulu Nell*296

Anantapur428

East Godavari356

Prakasam104

Srikakulam183

Visakhapatnam103

West Godavari199

Y.S.R.205

Vizianagaram23

575079 7956

93204

476903 9764

4972 60

DistrictCases

Bengaluru Rural40

Bengaluru Urban529

Mysuru107

Bagalkote103

Ballari60

Belagavi337

Bidar219

Chikkaballapura149

Dakshina Kannada179

Dharwad61

Gadag45

Kalaburagi669

Mandya346

Tumakuru36

Uttara Kannada95

Vijayapura201

Chamarajanagara0

Chikkamagaluru19

Chitradurga14

Davangere204

Hassan205

Haveri24

Kodagu4

Kolar29

Koppal5

Raichur369

Ramanagara3

Shivamogga67

Udupi1176

Yadgir538

467689 8244

98482

361823 8865

7384 119

DistrictCases

North Goa57

South Goa69

24898 306

4946

19648 519

304 14

DistrictCases

Chengalpattu1314

Chennai23324

Kanchipuram503

Madurai322

Namakkal83

Ranipet133

Thanjavur130

Thiruvallur774

Thiruvarur67

Tiruppur116

Vellore71

Virudhunagar185

Ariyalur444

Coimbatore188

Cuddalore477

Dharmapuri15

Dindigul175

Erode75

Kallakurichi324

Kanniyakumari110

Karur88

Nagapattinam99

Perambalur133

Pudukkottai53

Ramanathapuram119

Salem258

Sivaganga46

Tenkasi103

The Nilgiris17

Theni129

Tiruchirappalli119

Tirunelveli433

Tirupathur45

Tiruvannamalai496

Tuticorin333

Villupuram509

Krishnagiri43

508511 5752

46912

453165 5799

8434 53

DistrictCases

Kannur357

Kottayam73

Alappuzha76

Idukki40

Kasaragod333

Kollam118

Kozhikode90

Malappuram119

Palakkad224

Pathanamthitta98

Thiruvananthapuram104

Thrissur106

Ernakulam60

Wayanad36

110818 2540

30555 415

79809 2110

454 15

DistrictCases

Raipur46

Korba100

Balod41

Baloda Bazar85

Balrampur17

Bastar2

Bemetara21

Bijapur2

Bilaspur100

Dantewada0

Dhamtari6

Durg31

Gariyaband10

Janjgir-Champa56

Jashpur77

Kabirdham52

Kanker19

Kondagaon0

Korea39

Mahasamund54

Mungeli87

Narayanpur0

Raigarh47

Rajnandgaon52

Sukma0

Surajpur9

Surguja14

67327 3336

33645 2140

33109 1178

573 18

DistrictCases

Hyderabad2475

MedchalMalkajgiri75

Ranga Reddy183

Suryapet87

Vikarabad40

Warangal Urban32

Adilabad22

Jagitial77

Jangoan8

Jayashankar Bhupalapally9

Jogulamba Gadwal40

Kamareddy11

Karimnagar17

Khammam26

Kumuram Bheem Asifabad8

Mahabubnagar30

Mancherial43

Medak11

Nalgonda33

Narayanpet3

Nirmal21

Nizamabad76

RajannaSircilla16

Sangareddy26

Bhadradri Kothagudem5

Mahabubabad10

Mulugu3

Nagarkurnool8

Peddapalli5

Siddipet7

Wanaparthy1

Warangal Rural4

YadadriBhuvanagiri40

160571 2058

30400

129187 2180

984 10

DistrictCases

Baleshwar190

Bhadrak137

Jajapur322

Dhenkanal36

Kalahandi33

Kendrapara164

Khordha238

Koraput16

Sundargarh102

Anugul26

Balangir129

Bargarh16

Boudh34

Cuttack155

Deogarh33

Gajapati61

Ganjam581

Jagatsinghapur91

Jharsuguda8

Kandhamal28

Kendujhar34

Malkangiri20

Mayurbhanj73

Nabarangpur2

Nayagarh86

Nuapada69

Puri103

Rayagada2

Sambalpur16

Sonepur29

155005 4198

32344 805

122024 3382

637 11

DistrictCases

Barwani60

Bhopal1880

Dewas140

Dhar132

East Nimar266

Gwalior211

Indore3839

Jabalpur276

Ujjain799

Agar Malwa15

Alirajpur3

Betul35

Burhanpur351

Chhindwara16

Dindori29

Harda4

Hoshangabad37

Khargone196

Mandsaur112

Morena109

Raisen71

Ratlam51

Sagar228

Shajapur39

Shandol14

Sheopur26

Tikamgarh18

Vidisha37

Anuppur22

Ashoknagar13

Balaghat9

Bhind87

Chhatarpur35

Damoh26

Datia12

Guna8

Jhabua14

Katni3

Mandla15

Narsinghpur17

Neemuch319

Niwari0

Panna20

Rajgarh31

Rewa39

Satna24

Sehore12

Seoni2

Shivpuri15

Sidhi17

Singrauli13

Umaria10

90730 2483

21228 741

67711 1713

1791 29

DistrictCases

Ahmadabad17125

Anand107

Arvalli134

Banas Kantha147

Bhavnagar146

Gandhinagar410

PanchMahals107

Surat2311

Vadodara1555

Bharuch56

Botad55

Chhotaudepur37

Dang5

Dohad43

GirSomnath45

Jamnagar63

Kachchh99

Kheda98

Mahesana159

Mahisagar125

Narmada25

Naysari35

Patan105

Rajkot135

SabarKantha101

Surendranagar55

Tapi6

Valsad47

Amreli16

DevbhumiDwarka22

Junagadh31

Morbi4

Porbandar11

114834 1334

16469 62

95138 1255

3227 17

DistrictCases

Ajmer379

Banswara91

Bharatpur563

Jaipur2177

Jhalawar329

Jodhpur1748

Kota503

Nagaur500

Alwar90

Barmer34

Bhilwara250

Bikaner112

Chittorgarh188

Churu81

Dausa61

Dholpur60

Dungarpur374

Hanumangarh31

Jaisalmer53

Jhunjhunu64

Karauli17

Pali352

Rajsamand140

SawaiMadhopur26

Sikar231

Tonk171

Udaipur724

Baran59

Bundi5

Ganganagar8

Jalore164

Pratapgarh14

Sirohi130

104138 1730

16726 72

86162 1644

1250 14

DistrictCases

Faridabad867

Sonipat404

Ambala93

Bhiwani60

CharkiDadri43

Fatehabad38

Gurugram2950

Hisar98

Jhajjar114

Jind38

Kaithal48

Karnal104

Kurukshetra55

Nuh68

Palwal120

Panchkula39

Panipat78

Rohtak145

Sirsa50

Yamunanagar19

Mahendragarh47

Rewari56

96129 2488

20417 338

74712 2125

1000 25

DistrictCases

Agra933

Aligarh215

Amroha80

Bareilly17

Bijnor157

Bulandshahr166

Firozabad190

Gautam Buddha Nagar1119

Kanpur Nagar286

Lucknow386

Mathura129

Meerut504

Moradabad252

Muzaffarnagar117

Rae Bareli78

Rampur203

Saharanpur298

Sant Kabeer Nagar132

Varanasi243

Auraiya37

Ayodhya120

Azamgarh138

Baghpat68

Bahraich73

Balrampur49

Banda27

Basti214

Bhadohi60

Budaun23

Etah52

Etawah46

Ghaziabad794

Ghazipur159

Gonda59

Gorakhpur166

Hapur225

Hardoi49

Jalaun41

Jaunpur194

Jhansi41

Kannauj69

Kasganj16

Kaushambi6

Mainpuri46

Mau48

Mirzapur22

Pilibhit15

Pratapgarh15

Prayagraj30

Sambhal116

Shamli40

Shravasti23

Sitapur32

Sultanpur97

Unnao42

Ambedkar Nagar92

Amethi206

Ballia60

Barabanki168

Chandauli38

Chitrakoot4

Deoria143

Farrukhabad36

Fatehpur3

Hamirpur3

Hathras43

Kanpur Dehat4

Kheri72

Kushi Nagar67

Lalitpur3

Maharajganj85

Mahoba3

Shahjahanpur25

Siddharth Nagar159

Sonbhadra10

317195 5159

67287

245417 5932

4491 62

DistrictCases

Central4817

East2472

New Delhi3405

North3059

North East1914

North West5463

Shahdara1580

South2329

South East2446

South West2391

West4768

221533 3229

28641

188122 3374

4770 26

DistrictCases

Dhubri30

Goalpara19

Marigaon50

Baksa14

Barpeta28

Biswanath16

Bongaigaon12

Cachar80

Charaideo29

Chirang6

Darrang20

Dhemaji47

Dibrugarh61

Dima Hasao86

Golaghat203

Hailakandi57

Hojai89

Jorhat24

Kamrup42

Kamrup Metro276

KarbiAnglong13

Karimganj85

Kokrajhar37

Lakhimpur57

Majuli2

Nagaon143

Nalbari23

Sivasagar20

Sonitpur27

South SalmaraMancachar4

Tinsukia84

Udalguri28

West KarbiAnglong5

144166 2403

28630 469

115054 1921

482 13

DistrictCases

East District3

North District0

South District3

West District0

2119 33

582 15

1521 16

16 2

DistrictCases

Buxar134

Gaya115

Munger188

Patna279

Rohtas256

Arwal52

Aurangabad75

Banka134

Begusarai243

Bhagalpur266

Bhojpur103

Darbhanga143

Gopalganj123

Jehanabad178

Kaimur (bhabua)105

Lakhisarai72

Madhepura82

Madhubani199

Nalanda123

Nawada122

PurbiChamparan138

Purnia135

Saran101

Siwan139

Vaishali87

Araria68

Jamui47

Katihar175

Khagaria253

Kishanganj75

Muzaffarpur96

Pashchim Champaran57

Saharsa88

Samastipur139

Sheikhpura118

Sheohar20

Sitamarhi73

Supaul87

160366 2081

13975

145560 2210

831 9

DistrictCases

24 Paraganas North1031

24 Paraganas South281

Darjeeling97

Howrah1435

Jalpaiguri88

Kalimpong18

Kolkata2777

Maldah235

Medinipur East153

Medinipur West159

Hooghly604

Murshidabad125

Nadia139

Paschim Bardhaman70

Purba Bardhaman130

Alipurduar39

Bankura116

Birbhum206

Coochbehar210

Dinajpur Dakshin50

Dinajpur Uttar216

Jhargram9

Purulia66

205919 3211

23693 69

178223 3084

4003 58

DistrictCases

South Andamans33

Nicobars1

North And Middle Andaman1

3557 11

227

3278 35

52 1

DistrictCases

Pondicherry111

Karaikal2

Mahe4

Yanam0

20226 393

4805

15027 457

394 9

DistrictCases

Anjaw0

Changlang31

Dibang Valley0

East Kameng0

East Siang1

Kamle0

KraDaadi0

KurungKumey0

Leparada0

Lohit3

Longding0

Lower Dibang Valley0

Lower Siang0

Lower Subansiri0

Namsai2

PakkeKessang1

Papum Pare8

Shi Yomi0

Siang0

Tawang1

Tirap0

Upper Siang1

Upper Subansiri0

West Kameng0

West Siang1

6298 177

1756 24

4531 152

11 1

DistrictCases

Dimapur20

Kiphire3

Kohima7

Longleng0

Mokokchung0

Mon8

Peren2

Phek1

Tuensang3

Wokha0

Zunheboto0

5214 131

1289 117

3915 14

10

DistrictCases

Dadra And Nagar Haveli20

2763 18

248

2513 25

2

DistrictCases

Ranchi148

Bokaro16

Deoghar5

Dhanbad32

Garhwa80

Giridih19

Hazaribagh110

Jamtara2

Koderma58

Simdega48

Chatra1

Dumka5

East Singhbum170

Godda2

Gumla28

Khunti10

Latehar14

Lohardaga8

Pakur4

Palamu27

Ramgarh75

Sahebganj0

SaraikelaKharsawan20

West Singhbhum21

62737 1263

14064

48112 1529

561 6

DistrictCases

Gomati74

North Tripura14

Dhalai196

Khowai24

Sepahijala174

South Tripura53

Unakoti49

West Tripura45

19696 531

7564 135

11925 389

207 7

DistrictCases

Kargil77

LehLadakh43

3419 74

903 34

2475 39

41 1

DistrictCases

Anantnag395

Bandipora175

Shopian255

Srinagar300

Baramulla271

Budgam110

Ganderbal37

Jammu138

Kathua53

Kulgam295

Kupwara231

Rajouri39

Ramban151

Reasi26

Samba25

Udhampur155

Mirpur0

Muzaffarabad0

Doda27

Kishtwar10

Poonch35

Pulwama108

55325 1229

18049 568

36381 644

895 17

DistrictCases

Chamba29

Hamirpur117

Kangra105

Sirmaur11

Solan32

Una41

Bilaspur21

Kinnaur2

Kullu4

Lahaul And Spiti0

Mandi21

Shimla10

9923 368

3659 295

6182 68

82 5

DistrictCases

Jalandhar297

Ludhiana293

Patiala132

Amritsar485

Barnala25

Faridkot74

Firozepur50

Gurdaspur154

Hoshiarpur140

Kapurthala44

Mansa31

Moga65

Pathankot86

S.A.S Nagar137

Sangrur107

Shahid Bhagat Singh Nagar (Nawanshahr)99

Sri Muktsar Sahib71

Tarn Taran163

Bathinda60

Fatehgarh Sahib57

Fazilka53

Rupnagar (Ropar)74

82113 2434

20690 903

58999 1463

2424 68

DistrictCases

Haridwar94

Dehradun370

Nainital323

Almora71

Bageshwar31

Chamoli36

Champawat45

PauriGarhwal36

Pithoragarh43

Rudraprayag30

Tehri Garhwal110

Udam Singh Nagar83

Uttar Kashi24

33016 1043

10374

22213 1173

429 15

DistrictCases

Bishnupur7

Chandel5

Churachandpur32

Imphal East10

Imphal West21

Jiribam3

Kakching2

Kamjong5

Kangpokpi26

Noney1

Pherzawl3

Senapati6

Tamenglong2

Tengnoupal9

Thoubal18

Ukhrul4

7971 96

1585

6340 149

46

DistrictCases

Chandigarh313

8245 254

2847 119

5300 130

98 5

DistrictCases

East Khasi Hills22

East Garo Hills0

East Jaintia Hills0

North Garo Hills1

Ribhoi0

South Garo Hills0

South West Garo Hills4

South West Khasi Hills0

West Garo Hills5

West Jaintia Hills1

West Khasi Hills1

3864 140

1686 63

2151 76

27 1

DistrictCases

Aizawl10

Champhai0

Hnahthial0

Khawzawl0

Kolasib11

Lawngtlai2

Lunglei2

Mamit8

Saiha0

Saitual1

Serchhip0

1468 40

549

919 89

0

DistrictCases

Lakshadweep District0

0

0

0

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