India’s coronavirus cases rise to 114

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The number of coronavirus cases in India rose to 114 on Monday, according to health ministry website.

The highest number of cases came from Maharashtra, followed by Kerala.

13 people have already been discharged from the hospital after they recovered from coronavirus, Health officials said.

The eastern state of Odisha has reported its first case today.

Many states have gone in a state of lockdown, closing down cinema halls, gyms, malls night clubs and swimming pools.

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal today announced the closure of all gyms, spas and night clubs in the National Capital till March 31

In wake of Novel Corona Virus outbreak, the Andaman and Nicobar Administration has taken major decisions to close beaches, eco-tourism spots and water sports from March 16, the statement said.

The Andaman and Nicobar Administration has issued directives to close all tourist spots of the Islands till March 26, it said.

All the Tourists are advised to refrain from the A&N Islands during the above time period.

All the Tourism facilities such as beaches, jetties, eco-tourism sites and Water sports activities shall remain suspended, it added.