India’s coronavirus cases cross 10,000-mark, Death toll at 339

The total number of coronavirus cases in India has risen to 10363 with 339 deaths. There are 8988 active cases while 1035 have been cured/discharged, Health Ministry said on Tuesday.

Maharashtra has highest number of cases – 2334, followed by Delhi – 1510, Tamil Nadu – 1173 and Rajasthan – 873.

Ministry of Health and Family Welfare is using cutting edge technology at all levels for timely response at district administration level to COVID-19. Live case tracking, case management and implementation of containment plans are also being done through technology. GIS mapping of positive confirmed cases, identification of active interventions areas, use of heat mapping and predictive data analysis are being used for monitoring implementation of containment plans, according to official release.

The Integrated Command and Control Centers are coordinating with the dedicated Rapid Response Team (RRT) to help facilitate on the field screening, providing ambulances and quarantine management. Few districts have also initiated remote digital medical consultation that connects local medical stores, the statement said.