Covid data

 

02nd March 2020

Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) outbreak in China and
Public Health Response

1

Situational Status in China

6000

5000

4000

3000

2000

1000

0

New Confirmed cases for the day

 

New Confirmed cases for the day

                                  

125

     

Cumulative confirmed cases till date

      

80151

         

Change (%) w.r.t previous day

      

-61 %

       

Cases which were Clinically Confirme d

         

23,343

2

5090

3143 3694

3887
3235

2641

2478 3062

2656 3399

2829 2590

1749 1886

2048 2009

1885 2015

202 573

889
394

508 409

648 397

125

427 327

433 406

01.02.20 20 02.02.20 20 03.02.20 20

04.02.20 20 05.02.20 20 06.02.20 20 07.02.20 20 08.02.20 20 09.02.20 20 10.02.20 20 11.02.20 20 12.02.20 20 13.02.20 20 14.02.20 20 15.02.20 20 16.02.20 20 17.02.20 20 18.02.20 20 19.02.20 20 20.02.20 20 21.02.20 20 22.02.20 20 23.02.20 20 24.02.20 20 25.02.20 20 26.02.20 20 27.02.20 20 28.02.20 20 29.02.20 20 01.03.20 20 02.03.20 20

Situational Status in China

160

140

120

100

80

60

40

20

0

Deaths for the day

Cumulative Deaths

2943

Deaths for the day

64 57

45

52
44

29

47

42 35

31

31

136

118 114

109

73 73 65

71

119 121 108

143 142

105
9797 98 97

89 86

150

3

Status of Cases : Mainland China & Global

3000

2500

2000

1500

1000

500

0

Confirmed Cases

Hubei Province
Death Percentage :96.2%

Hubei Province Total Cases: 67,217 Percentage :83.8%

2834

13 3

22 7

0 0 0 1 3 2 1 1 0 3 2 5 2 1 2 1 6 3 8

6 0 6 1 6 4 1

4

Action Taken

• 3 confirmed cases found in Kerala so far. All patients recovered and have been discharged.

• 2 new positive cases have been detected in New Delhi(travel history of Italy) and Telangana (travel history from Dubai). Both are clinically stable.

• 6 more cases have tested positive in UP having contact history with case in Delhi. Required action as per Cluster Management SOP is initiated.

• An Italian Tourist has tested positive in Rajasthan. 21 other accompanying tourists are being shifted to ITBP Camp for testing and quarantine.

Passengers are further monitored under community surveillance through IDSP network on a daily basis

• 25,738Passengers broughtundercommunity surveillance

• 104 found to be symptomatic and referred,

• 37 hospitalized through IDSP network

• 15 labs are operational.

• Reagents to test up to 25000 samples made
available.

• 19 additional labs are being opertaionalised

• Screening at 21 Airports, 12 major seaports and565 minor seaports and land crossings particularly bordering Nepal.

• Universal screening for all flights from Singapore, Thailand ,Hong Kong, Japan, South Korea and China at earmarked aero-bridges.
• Universal screening also started from Vietnam, Malaysia , Nepal, Indonesia, Iran and Italy.

• 645 Passengers were brought from Wuhan, China through special aircrafts and kept for 14 days quarantine in Army camp, Manesar and Chhawla camp of ITBP.

• All evacuees are discharged on 18th February 2020

Earlier Travel Advisory:

• Existing visas (including eVisa already issued) are no longer valid for any foreign national travelling from China.

• Indians have been advised to avoid non-essential travel to Singapore, Republic of Korea, Iran and Italy

• People coming from Republic of Korea, Iran and Italy or having such travel history since 10th February 2020 may be quarantined for 14 days on arrival to India

•FacilityofvisaonarrivalfromRepublicofKorea andJapanissuspended

Latest Travel Advisory

In supersession of all earlier advisories , the latest Travel Advisory mentions :

• All Regular/eVisas/ issued to nationals of Italy, Iran, South Korea and Japan issued on or before
March 03, 2020 and who have not yet entered India, stand suspended with immediate effect.

• Regular/eVisa issued to nationals of Peoples Republic of China issued on or before February 05,
2020 were suspended earlier, which shall remain in force.

• Those requiring to travel to India due to compelling reasons, may seek fresh visa from nearest
Indian Embassy/Consulate.

• Regular/eVisas issued to all other foreign nationals who have travelled to Peoples Republic of China, Iran, Italy, South Korea and Japan, on or after February 01, and who have not yet entered India, stand suspended with immediate effect.

• All foreign and Indian nationals entering into India from any port, are required to furnish duly filled self declaration form including personal particulars and travel history to Health officials and Immigration officials at all ports.

• Passengers (foreign and Indian) arriving directly or indirectly from China, South Korea, Japan, Iran, Italy, Hongkong, Macau, Vietnam, Malaysia, Indonesia, Nepal, Thailand, Singapore must undergo medical screening at port of entry.
6

Situational Status in India

 

Cruise Ship Diamond Princess under quarantine at the Port of Yokohama.

• Total of 705 people on board the cruise have been confirmed to be infected with the disease

• It has 132 crew members and 6 passengers from India.

• As of now 16 Indian national have tested positive and taken to hospitals for treatment.

• As of now 124 people are brought back through Air India flight on 27th February morning including 5 foreign nationals .

• They are kept in Army Facility at Manesar

• 1st Test complete. All Negative

Evacuees from Wuhan

• Total of 112 people inclusive of nationalsfrom Myanmar(2), Bangladesh(22), Maldives (2), Chinese (6), South African(1), USA(1) and Madagascar(1) from Wuhan.

• The evacuees have reached Delhi on 27th February morning and kept at ITBP camp

• 1st Test complete. All Negative

• Secretary (H) has allocated States to all Joint Secretaries in Ministry of Health to assess the preparedness of States for COVID-19

• A checklist provided to all JSs for follwup on preparedness at State level.

• 8 central teams visited districts adjoining Nepal border and reviewed the activities at border crossings and adjoining villages

• More than 3360 Gram Sabha meetings conducted in 21 Bordering Districts in 5 States.

• 9.5 lakhs persons screened at Nepal border.

7

Status of Cases : Global

75 Countries- 10,265 Confirmed Cases – 171 Deaths (39 deaths reported since yesterday)

                           

Iran

Country / Region

South Korea

   

Japan

     

Singapore

     

Hong Kong

     

Kuwait

     

Bahrain

     

Thailand

     

Taiwan

     

Malaysia

     

Iraq

    

UAE

     

Vietnam

    

Israel

     

Macao

     

Oman

   

India

     

Pakistan

     

Azerbaijan

     

Georgia

     

Lebanon

     

Philippines

     

Indonesia

Saudi Arabia

Romania

Confirmed

4335

1501

980

108

100

56

47

43

41

29

26

21

16

12

10

6

5

4

3

3

3

3

2

1

3

Norway

Austria

Sweden

Netherlands

Croatia

Belgium

Greece

Finland

Iceland

1

Russia

– – –

Czech Republic Denmark Belarus

Deaths

Country / Region

26 Jordan

66 Qatar

12 Afghanistan

– Nepal

2 Cambodia

– Sri Lanka

Italy

1

France

1

Germany

Spain

England

Switzerland

Confirmed

1

1

1

1

1

1

2036

191

157

124

40

38

255

16

14

10

8

8

7

7

6

6

   

4

     

4

     

3

Canada

Mexico

– –

Dominican Republic

Australia

New Zealand

Algeria

Egypt

Senegal

Morocco

Nigeria

Ecuador

Brazil

Deaths

Country / Region

– Portugal

– Latvia




52 3

– –

Andorra
Armenia
Ireland Luxembourg
San Marino Monaco Lithuania
Estonia
North Macedonia USA

Confirmed

2

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

102

27

5

1

33

1

3

2

1

1

1

6

2

6

1

8

Deaths

  

Major countries having Cases & Deaths outside China

Country / Region

Confirmed

Deaths

South Korea

4335

26

Italy

2036

52

Iran

1501

66

5000 4500 4000 3500 3000 2500 2000 1500 1000

500 0

South Korea Italy
Iran

4212

4335

 

Confirmed Cases

Date

South Korea

Italy

Iran

23.02.2020

763( 120%)

157 (582%)

43(138%)

24.02.2020

851 (11%)

232 (47%)

61(41%)

25.02.2020

1146(34%)

323(39%)

95(55%)

26.02.2020

1595 (39% )

470( 45%)

139 (46%)

27.02.2020

1766 (10% )

653 (39% )

270 (46% )

28.02.2020

2031 (15%)

888 (36%)

368 (36%)

29.02.2020

3526 (73%)

1128 (27%)

593 (61%)

01.03.2020

4212 (19%)

1713 (51%)

978 (65%)

02.03.2020

4335 (2.9%)

2036 (18%)

1501 (53%)

9

     

3526

2031 1766

1713 1128

2036

1501

            

1146

323 95

1595

470 139

978

 

763 851

157 232 53 18 43 61

653 270

888 368

593

    

156

346 23

           

Countries, territories or areas outside China with reported laboratory-confirmed COVID-19 cases and deaths (as per WHO data)

Of 75 Countries that have reported laboratory confirmed COVID-19 Cases, 27 have reported Local Transmission

      

Country

Western Pacific Region

Japan

Singapore

Australia

Malaysia

VietNam

Philippines

Cambodia

New Zealand

Total confirmed* cases (new)

254

106

27

24

16

3

1

1

Total deaths (new)

    

6

0

 

1

0

0

1

0

0

Transmission† classification

Local transmission

Local transmission

Local transmission

Local transmission

Local transmission

Imported cases only

Imported cases only

Imported cases only

Days since last reported case

 

Republic of Korea

4212

22

Local transmission

18

27

35

0

0

0

0

3

3

European Region

   

Italy

 

Germany

France

 

Spain

the United Kingdom

Switzerland

 

Norway

Sweden

Netherlands

 

Austria

Croatia

 

Greece

Israel

Finland

Denmark

Azerbaijan

Czechia

Georgia

Romania

Iceland

1689

129

100

45

36

24

19

14

13

10

7

7

7

6

4

3

3

3

3

2

35

0

2

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Local transmission

Local transmission

Local transmission

Local transmission

Local transmission

Local transmission

Local transmission

Imported cases only

Local transmission

Imported cases only

Local transmission

Local transmission

Imported cases only

Local transmission

Local transmission

Imported cases only

Imported cases only

Imported cases only

Imported cases only

Imported cases only

0

0

1

1

0

0

0

0

0

1

1

0

1

0

0

1

0

1

2

0

1

0

                                                                 

Countries, territories or areas outside China with reported laboratory-confirmed COVID-19 cases and deaths (as per WHO data)

     

Country

European Region

Russian Federation

Armenia

Belarus

Belgium

Estonia

Ireland

Lithuania

Luxembourg

Monaco

North Macedonia

San Marino

Iran (Islamic Republic of)

Kuwait

Bahrain

United Arab Emirates

Iraq

Lebanon

Oman

Total confirmed* cases (new)

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

978

56

47

21

19

10§§

6

Total deaths (new)

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

54

0

0

0

0

0

0

Transmission† classification

Imported cases only

Under investigation

Imported cases only

Local transmission

Imported cases only

Local transmission

Imported cases only

Imported cases only

Local transmission

Imported cases only

Imported cases only

Imported cases only

Days since last reported case

     

2

0

Imported cases only

Imported cases only

Imported cases only

Imported cases only

Imported cases only

Imported cases only

 

Imported cases only

35

0

3

4

1

3

0

1

5

2

31

27

     

South-East Asia Region

   

Thailand

 

India

Indonesia

Nepal

42

3

2

1

1

0

0

0

Local transmission

Imported cases only

Local transmission

Imported cases only

28

38**

2

0

  

Sri Lanka

1

 

Eastern Mediterranean Region

 

0

0

0

0

 

0

0

3

11

                                       

Pakistan 4 0 Imported cases only 1

Countries, territories or areas outside China with reported laboratory-confirmed COVID-19 cases and deaths (as per WHO data)

Country

Total confirmed* cases (new)

Total deaths (new)

Transmission† classification

Days since last reported case

Region of the Americas

United States

62

0

Local transmission

2

Canada

19

0

Local transmission

1

Mexico

5

0

Imported cases only

0

Brazil

2

0

Imported cases only

1

Dominican Republic

1

0

Local transmission

0

Ecuador

1

0

Imported cases only

1

African Region

Algeria

1

0

Imported cases only

6

Nigeria

1

0

Imported cases only

3

International conveyance (Diamond Princess) ‡

706

6

Local transmission

4

12

PREPARADENESS FOR CONTAINMENT OF CLUSTERS

13

Guiding Principles

• Situation awareness at all levels (global, national and sub- national) for risk assessment for allowing informed and timely decision making.

• Inter-sectoral coordination at all levels.

• Adherence to core capacities for disease preparedness and response:

–  Surveillance

–  Laboratory Diagnosis

–  Hospital Preparedness

–  Logistic Management

–  Capacity Building

–  Risk Communication
• Although the need, scale and extent of each will increase exponentially as per evolving scenario

Strategic Approach

Scenario

Inference

Approach

Only travel related cases

No community transmission in India

• Continued activities at Points of Entry Surveillance
• Concurrent review and strengthening of all core capacities

Local cluster

of indigenous cases (with no travel history)

Signalling start of local / community transmission

• Cluster containment strategies
• listing of contacts,
• deciding on the containment zone,
• perimeter control (exit and entry controls) and • focused actions in the containment zone for

• isolation of cases,

• home quarantine of contacts,

• social distancing measures (school closure, office closure, ban
on gatherings) and

• communicating the risk to public.

Large outbreaks

Widespread community transmission

• Abandon cluster containment strategy and Points of Entry surveillance • Minimize mortality and morbidity while ensuring essential services and continuity of operations to minimize impact on health and non-health

sectors
• Exit Screening (based on risk assessment to other countries) • Mitigation measures :

• triage of patients (through screening clinics), •surgecapacityofhospitalsforisolation and • ventilator management and
• large scale IEC activities.

COVID-19 becomes endemic

Pool of susceptible population will decrease – stabilization of incidence of new cases

• Programmatic approach shall be followed – akin to that being followed post Pandemic Influenza 2009 (H1N1 outbreak)

• Routine surveillance as an epidemic prone disease and sentinel surveillance to know public health burden of the disease.

Working with the States

Oversight mechanism

• Senior level officers from MoHFW deployed to guide states on the activities being undertaken by States/UTs (by using a checklist) and also stress on the need for continued vigil.

• Bi-weekly VC

with all States/Uts and also Central Ministries/depart ments

Plans and Procedures

• Cluster containment plan shared with all States/UTs

• A mitigation plan

for anticipated COVID Pandemic is being prepared and will be soon shared with all States

• Guidelines/ Protocols/ SOPs shared with the States

Surveillance at POE

• Surveillance at Point of Entry strengthened (based on the risk assessment) involving personnel drawn from the State Governments.

Laboratory support

• In addition to existing lab network of 15 labs, 35 more labs are being activated to

• expand the network of laboratories,

• expand collective testing capacity and

• improve accessibility for all States/UTs to the laboratory network

• Reagents for testing
additional 30000- 50000 samples being procured

Working with the States

Logistic Support

• Central inventory of 50,000 PPE Kits and 2 Lakh N-95 masks
• further procurement is being done for additional 1.5 Lakh PPE Kits and 3 Lakh N-95 masks.

• Indigenous manufacturers identified to manufacture PPE (coverall) with minimum acceptable standards with a combined capacity of 30,000 coveralls per week.

• Logistic in terms of PPE Kits, N-95 masks etc. has been provided to Kerala, Maharashtra, Puducherry, Uttarakhand, Manipur, Delhi, Mizoram, Bihar, UT of Ladakh so far

Risk Communication

• Risk communication material identified for immediate roll out for creating awareness on simple public health measures.

Capacity Building

• A National level training of trainer (ToT) workshop being organized by MoHFW in collaboration with WHO on 6th March, 2020 – With participants from all States/Uts

• ToTs being also done for
ESIC, Defence, Railways, Paramilitary forces, Steel Ministry run Hospitals

• In the second phase – State level ToTs to be initiated in second week of March, 2020

• This is to be followed by
district level and hospital level training.

Accommodation for Quarantine purpose

Name of CAPF

Location

Capacity

BSF

STC, (Subsidiary Training Centre) Jodhpur, Rajasthan

400

STC Bengaluru, Karnataka

300

STC Baikunthpur, Shiliguri, West Bengal

800

CRPF

Group Centre Pinjore

180

Group Centre and Composite Hospital, Guwahati

150

Rajarhat-Kolkata

150

IG Odisha

150

IG Jammu

150

IG NS Delhi

150

NSG

NSG Camp, Hyderabad

300

ITBP

ITBP Chawla Camp

336

480

Ministry of Defence

Air Force – New Delhi

100

Army – Kolkata

150

Army – Hyd

100

Air force – Hyd

100

Army-Chennai

100

Ary-Bangalore

100

Navy-Mumbai

100

Army-Jaiselmar

200

4396

18

Issues ahead..

• Bureau of Immigration to provide usable data by providing Indian addresses and phone numbers of passengers.

• Closing of movement at Kartarpur and Wagah borders by MHA.

• Testing and quarantine of passengers from Iran.

–  An ICMR representative has reached Iran along with reagents to support Indian Ambassador in Iran for tieing up testing.

–  Necessary coordination has also been tied up with WHO, Iran office for Indian Embassy in Iran.

–  MEA to brief on the tie up being done for testing of passengers before departing from Iran.

–  A decision has to be taken with respect to locations and numbers for quarantine for evacuees from Iran.

19

Community Surveillance Summary Status

30000

25000

20000

15000

10000

5000

0

    

454

25738

18505

1014
37

1525 1460

3

      

New passengers enrolled for observation

Cumulative number of Passengers under observation

No. of passengers who have completed 28 days observation period

Number of passengers found symptomatic & referred

Hospitalised

Samples taken

Negative

Positive

20

    

State wise Cumulative number of Passengers under observation

7000

6000

5000

4000

3000

2000

1000

0

Cumulative number of Passengers under observation

till 19-02-2020

  

Total : 25,738

                                              

21

5837

4026 4118

Kerala Delhi

2085 2964

772 1330

Haryana Gujarat
Uttar Pradesh Tamil Nadu Pu njab

6 Daman & Diu 9 Mizoram
9 D N Haveli

Nagaland 15

25Tripura 26Chhattisgarh 44Ch an digarh 50Puducherry 51Goa 58Meghalaya

75Ladakh 77Jharkhand

B ih ar 108

Assam 108

Odisha 114

Jammu & Kashmir 130

170A&N Island 211Himachal Pradesh

256Andhra Pradesh 328 Manipur
331 Telangana
356 Rajasthan
359 Maharashtra 363 Madhya Pradesh

381 Uttarakhand 421 Karnataka

525 West Bengal

Call Center Status

      

29-Feb-20 28-Feb-20 27-Feb-20 26-Feb-20 25-Feb-20 24-Feb-20 23-Feb-20 22-Feb-20 21-Feb-20 20-Feb-20 19-Feb-20 18-Feb-20 17-Feb-20 16-Feb-20 15-Feb-20 14-Feb-20 13-Feb-20 12-Feb-20 11-Feb-20 10-Feb-20

9-Feb-20 8-Feb-20 7-Feb-20 6-Feb-20 5-Feb-20 4-Feb-20 3-Feb-20 2-Feb-20 1-Feb-20

142

226
312

      

358

 

81 91

50 63

85 70

115 105

102 82

69
125

109 138

138 172

118 151

                                   

221
315

298
366

244 281

255

                  

0

100

200 300 400

22

• 011-23978046

• Operated 24X7 since 23.1.2020

• Presently 10 dedicated lines being
used

• So far, more than 6300 calls have
been attended

• 608 (international calls) are from
various countries seeking
clarifications

• Mails are received at
ncov2019@gmail.com.

• More than 965 mails received and all
the mails have been answered back!

Status of Sample from Camps & Testing Centres

Source of samples

No. of persons in Quarantine Centre

Samples Testing complete (Cumulative)

Positive

Negative

Samples in process

Samples tested for 1st set of evacuees

Manesar Army Camp

124

124

0

124

0

ITBP Camp

112

112

0

112

0

Total

236

0

236

0

1308

TestingCentre

Samples Testing complete (Cumulative)

No. Positive

No. Negative

Samples in process of testing

NIV, Pune

343

11

338

0

NIV Kerala Unit, Alappuzha

445

0

445

0

Remaining 10 VRDL Testing Centres

604

0

604

14

NCDC, New Delhi

310

0

310

0

Total

1702

11

1697

14

• 3266 samples obtained from 2592 individuals

• 3241 negative, 11 samples positive and 14 under testing

23

Screening at point of Entry

Airports (18th January2020onwards)

Flights originated

No. of flights Screened on 02.03.2020

No. of Passengers Screened on 02.03.2020

Cumulative passengers screened (till 02.03.2020)

China

0

0

77586

Hong Kong

5

275

16485

Singapore

40

4370

151080

Thailand

36

3513

136832

Japan

5

581

9696

South Korea

3

256

5865

Vietnam

2

147

1460

Nepal

8

427

10251

Italy

2

460

1858

Malaysia

33

3965

34609

Iran

0

0

181

Others

65

3025

128373

Total

199

17019

574276

* There is no direct flight from Indonesia to India.

Seaports (27th January 2020 onwards)

Ports

No. of Ships Screened on 01.03.2020

No. of Passengers Screened on
01.03.2020

Cumulative Ships screened (till 01.03.2020

Cumulative passengers screened
(till 01.03.2020)

Major (12)

12

392

225

12015

Minor (65)

0

0

136

2627

Total

7

343

361

14,642 24

Bureau of Immigration Data for Travellers (15th Jan onwards)

 

Date

15-01-2020

16-01-2020

17-01-2020

18-01-2020

19-01-2020

20-01-2020

21-01-2020

22-01-2020

23-01-2020

24-01-2020

25-01-2020

26-01-2020

27-01-2020

28-01-2020

29-01-2020

30-01-2020

31-01-2020

01-02-2020

02-02-2020

03-02-2020

04-02-2020

Foreigners

(excluding chinese) departed directly to China

312

267

305

225

254

143

140

126

131

255

137

145

143

153

111

85

156

73

66

59

46

Chinese national departed directly to China

402

532

709

589

926

691

821

774

513

144

92

193

166

330

329

608

455

375

546

309

277

Departures – China

 

Indians Date departed

directly to China

507 05-02-2020

438 06-02-2020

538 07-02-2020

303 08-02-2020

452 09-02-2020

251 10-02-2020

249 11-02-2020

233 12-02-2020

250 13-02-2020

379 14.02.2020

270 15-02-2020

233 16-02-2020

169 17-02-2020

217 18-02-2020

141 19-02-2020

141 20-02-2020

153 21-02-2020

81 22-02-2020

78 23-02-2020

35 24-02-2020

62 25-02-2020

26-02-2020

27-02-2020

28-02-2020

Total

Foreigners (excluding chinese) departed directly to China

Chinese national departed directly to China

56 181

3 76

47 209

20 126

27 142

13 92

11 0

30

11 42

14 55

20 0

34 60

10 52

11 0

11 0

20 41

33 46

32 0

90

27 20

70

21 0

20

90

3783 10942

Indians departed directly to China

32

15

38

36

46

40

7

3

21

35

7

29

37

3

19

32

61

11

16

36

18

18

5

66

5811

25

                                                                                 

Bureau of Immigration Data for Travellers (15th Jan onwards)

Arrivals – China

Date

Chinese coming directly from China

Indian coming directly from China

Foreigners (excluding chinese) coming directly from China

Date

Chinese coming directly from China

Indian coming directly from China

Foreigners (excluding chinese) coming directly from China

18-01-2020

337

844

283

09-02-2020

5

13

6

19-01-2020

483

1026

291

10-02-2020

1

29

0

20-01-2020

362

748

238

11-02-2020

0

0

0

21-01-2020

345

541

197

12-02-2020

0

2

0

22-01-2020

678

581

209

13-02-2020

0

21

4

23-01-2020

531

403

210

14.02.2020

0

31

8

24-01-2020

472

646

356

15-02-2020

0

1

0

25-01-2020

485

516

226

16-02-2020

1

38

4

26-01-2020

558

733

299

17-02-2020

0

40

4

27-01-2020

292

461

283

18-02-2020

0

0

0

28-01-2020

189

491

136

19-02-2020

0

17

1

29-01-2020

255

616

163

20-02-2020

0

21

0

30-01-2020

132

465

207

21-02-2020

0

37

1

31-01-2020

242

755

139

22-02-2020

0

3

0

01-02-2020

181

283

81

23-02-2020

0

0

0

02-02-2020

264

336

68

24-02-2020

0

19

0

03-02-2020

63

299

28

25-02-2020

0

0

0

04-02-2020

63

145

19

26-02-2020

0

4

0

05-02-2020

9

113

9

27-02-2020

0

0

0

06-02-2020

0

0

0

28-02-2020

0

16

2

07-02-2020

5

177

33

08-02-2020

0

190

4

Total

7067

13374

4340 26

Bureau of Immigration Data for Travellers (15th Jan onwards)

IRAN

Arrival

Departure

Date

Indian

Iranians

Other Foreigners

Indian

Iranians

Other Foreigners

20.02.2020

0

0

0

0

0

0

21.02.2020

49

69

4

91

112

4

22.02.2020

86

56

4

33

88

2

23.02.2020

67

78

4

87

87

7

24.02.2020

0

0

0

0

0

0

25.02.2020

115

106

2

41

41

0

26.02.2020

143

31

6

50

50

1

27.02.2020

0

0

0

0

0

0

28.02.2020

0

0

0

0

0

0

460

340

20

302

378

14

ITALY

Arrival

Departure

Date

Indian

Italians

Other Foreigners

Indian

Italians

Other Foreigners

20.02.2020

255

71

80

148

54

51

21.02.2020

287

136

41

231

106

86

22.02.2020

224

103

79

108

82

73

23.02.2020

221

196

59

198

156

76

24.02.2020

267

104

51

120

65

77

25.02.2020

239

112

58

111

62

61

26.02.2020

238

133

29

269

93

65

27.02.2020

306

59

56

133

84

58

28.02.2020

315

82

61

195

20

109

2352

996

514

1513

722

656

27

Bureau of Immigration Data for Travellers (15th Jan onwards)

JAPAN

Arrival – Directly from Japan

Departure- Directly to Japan

Date

Indian

Japanese

Other Foreigners

Indian

Japanese

Other Foreigners

20.02.2020

100

250

34

61

332

72

21.02.2020

96

331

34

104

549

60

22.02.2020

179

347

59

115

360

53

23.02.2020

186

459

52

185

511

80

24.02.2020

116

393

43

96

316

53

25.02.2020

41

257

24

172

343

100

26.02.2020

132

369

32

117

334

97

27.02.2020

81

196

26

89

231

102

28.02.2020

81

222

56

76

600

67

1012

2824

360

1015

3576

684

Arrival – Indirectly from Japan

Departure- Indirectly to Japan

Date

Indian

Japanese

Other Foreigners

Indian

Japanese

Other Foreigners

20.02.2020

7

0

8

0

0

0

21.02.2020

0

0

0

1

0

1

22.02.2020

8

0

7

0

0

0

23.02.2020

0

0

0

0

0

0

24.02.2020

0

0

0

1

0

0

25.02.2020

13

0

9

0

0

0

26.02.2020

0

0

0

1

0

0

27.02.2020

11

0

10

0

0

0

28.02.2020

0

0

0

0

0

1

39

0

34

3

0

2

28

Bureau of Immigration Data for Travellers (15th Jan onwards)

REPUBLIC OF KOREA

Arrival – Directly from Korea

Departure- Directly to Korea

Date

Indian

Korean

Other Foreigners

Indian

Korean

Other Foreigners

20.02.2020

76

177

51

146

173

139

21.02.2020

31

93

31

54

127

36

22.02.2020

118

101

47

113

201

96

23.02.2020

58

88

29

91

59

54

24.02.2020

25

79

36

69

67

67

25.02.2020

128

130

29

148

103

102

26.02.2020

41

67

28

88

67

69

27.02.2020

108

77

32

100

191

78

28.02.2020

50

42

20

31

151

20

635

854

303

840

1139

661

Arrival – Indirectly from Korea

Departure- Indirectly to Korea

Date

Indian

Korean

Other Foreigners

Indian

Korean

Other Foreigners

20.02.2020

0

0

0

0

0

1

21.02.2020

14

0

2

0

0

0

22.02.2020

0

0

0

0

0

0

23.02.2020

12

0

0

2

1

4

24.02.2020

5

0

11

0

0

0

25.02.2020

0

0

0

1

0

1

26.02.2020

5

0

3

0

0

0

27.02.2020

0

0

0

1

0

0

28.02.2020

17

0

10

0

0

0

53

0

26

4

1

6

29

Thank you

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Status of Logistics, Isolation beds and hospitals in States for 2019-nCoronavirus of all States

S.No.

State

No. of the designated hospital for isolation of suspected corona Virus Patients

Number of beds available in the designated isolation wards for suspected Corona virus patients

Number of

Ventilators available in the designated isolation wards for suspected Corona virus patients

Number of PPEs available in the designated hospital

Number of N95 masks available in the designated hospital

Number_of_PPE buffer Stocks (State + District Buffers)

Number_of_N95 masks buffer Stocks (State + District Buffers)

1

Andhra Pradesh

56

448

55

5030

15379

7445

95584

2

Andaman & Nicobar Islands

1

5

1

10

100

350

9000

3

Arunachal Pradesh

20

56

7

106

30

50

10

4

Assam

32

95

43

14856

1969

5

Bihar

41

356

83

20663

3001

637

335

6

Chandigarh

3

31

7

554

931

7

Chhattisgarh

31

211

183

3692

14635

8

Dadra & Nagar Haveli

1

20

3

432

471

125

157

9

Daman & Diu

2

11

2

212

460

212

460

10

Delhi

21

214

85

6912

56315

1156

322512

11

Goa

2

29

2

45

260

148

1416

12

Gujarat

42

576

206

16384

30261

8171

8780

13

Haryana

151

819

355

5108

11452

1118

4869

14

Himachal Pradesh

15

63

20

2112

7122

74

445

15

Jammu & Kashmir

22

233

13

5962

2346

2639

2247

16

Jharkhand

26

102

7

448

181

723

216

17

Karnataka

50

260

50

646

1462

115

180

31

Status of Logistics, Isolation beds and hospitals in States for 2019-nCoronavirus of all States

S.No.

State

No. of the designated hospital for isolation of suspected corona Virus Patients

Number of beds available in the designated isolation wards for suspected Corona virus patients

Number of

Ventilators available in the designated isolation wards for suspected Corona virus patients

Number of PPEs available in the designated hospital

Number of N95 masks available in the designated hospital

Number_of_PPE buffer Stocks (State + District Buffers)

Number_of_N95 masks buffer Stocks (State + District Buffers)

18

Ladakh

2

10

6

12

34

19

Lakshadweep

1

2

2

25

50

25

100

20

Madhya Pradesh

60

349

104

9958

24201

877

4094

21

Maharashtra

38

344

55

1975

17670

22

Manipur

9

36

3

110

82

69

131

23

Meghalaya

6

14

1

1050

330

372

9

24

Mizoram

9

70

3

20

30

539

25

Nagaland

14

52

11

240

200

26

Odisha

5

159

46

808

504

27

Puducherry

11

34

3

1325

4200

75

1100

28

Punjab

25

177

24

789

1572

2370

3488

29

Rajasthan

35

277

96

3349

12188

30

Sikkim

6

27

5

193

330

31

Tamil Nadu

24

235

65

5806

6874

5730

5500

32

Telengana

12

325

20

917

3005

33

Tripura

9

6

1

10

20

1022

980

34

Uttar Pradesh

82

820

401

4160

11227

22009

18279

35

Uttarakhand

42

240

33

182

1607

375

839

36

West Bengal

19

104

7

2527

11095

2678

15273

TOTAL

962

7,532

2,041

1,22,062

2,61,410

70,999

32

6,22,243

Countries imposing restrictions on entry from Iran and other COVID-19 effective countries

Australia : Anyone who is not a permanent resident or citizen of Australia would not be allowed to enter Australia until 14 days after they had left Iran

Kiribati : Kiribati has imposed an entry ban on China, Japan, Malaysia, Singapore, South Korea, Thailand, U.S. and Vietnam requiring the persons from these countries to spend at least 14 days in a country free of COVID-19

Germany : Insisting all travelers arriving from China, South Korea, Japan, Italy and Iran to declare their health status.

Thailand: All arriving Chinese tourists must provide medical certificates stating that they are healthy and free of infection from Corona Virus.

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