India’s coronavirus cases rise to 4421, death toll reaches 114

India’s coronavirus cases rose to 4421, with 114 fatalities. There are 3981 active cases and 325 people have been cured/discharged, the Health Ministry said on Tuesday.

Maharashtra has maximum number of COVID-19 cases followed by Tamil Nadu and Kerala.

Indian Government is taking several steps along with the States/UTs for the prevention, containment and management of COVID-19 in the country. These are being regularly reviewed and monitored at the highest level, as per the official release.

Cabinet Secretary has been interacting through Video Conference with various District officials at the cutting edge levels to ensure uniformity of response across all parts of state. All districts have been advised to have a District level Crisis Management Plan for COVID-19, the statement said.

Ministry of Health & Family Welfare has issued detailed Guidelines for setting up of quarantine facilities for COVID-19 outbreak. This Guidelines focus on separating suspected and high-risk contacts as early as possible from among other quarantined persons, it said.

The States have already been advised to use funds under National Health Mission (NHM) and State Disaster Relief Fund (SDRF) to undertake all activities related with creation of quarantine centres, dedicated COVID-19 hospitals and other medical equipment, treatment of patients and all other activities related with management of COVID-19, it added.