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10 districts in West Bengal have confirmed cases of Covid-19
10 districts in West Bengal have confirmed cases of Covid-19

13 new coronavirus cases reported in Bengal as of 8:00 AM - Apr 10

This brings total cases to 116, out of which 16 have recovered and 5 have passed away

BENGAL : 13 new coronavirus cases were reported as of 8:00 AM on Apr 10 in Bengal, according to data released by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. This brings the total reported cases of coronavirus in Bengal to 116. Among the total people infected as on date, 16 have recovered and 5 have passed away.

Bengal now has 116 total cases of Covid-19
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Bengal now has 116 total cases of Covid-19

District-wise breakup is available for 69 of the total 116 cases reported in the state. Kolkata had the highest number of Covid-19 cases at 29 confirmed infections. The table and map below show confirmed cases for all districts.

Kolkata had the highest number of cases with 29 confirmed cases at last available count.
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Kolkata had the highest number of cases with 29 confirmed cases at last available count.
10 districts in West Bengal have confirmed cases of Covid-19
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10 districts in West Bengal have confirmed cases of Covid-19

West Bengal's 116 cases put it at number 14 in terms of number of cases among all states and union territories in India. Within the country, Maharashtra continues to have the most cases with 1364, according to data released by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare.

Maharashtra has the highest number of Covid-19 cases in India.
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Maharashtra has the highest number of Covid-19 cases in India.
Maharashtra has the highest number of cases with 1364 confirmed cases.
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Maharashtra has the highest number of cases with 1364 confirmed cases.

Data has been sourced from Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare.

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