Maharashtra is at the top slot when it comes to the infections of the dreaded virus once again made it to the headlines with former Chief Minister and senior politician contacting the virus.
Going into details, Senior Congress leader Shivajirao Patil Nilangekar who served as Maharashtra Chief Minister between 1985-1986 contacted the virus and has been admitted to a private hospital.
It has been widely reported that the Congress leader developed the symptoms of uneasiness and went for pandemic tests as a safety measure. The test results declared him positive for the virus.
Looking at the cases, Maharashtra has a total of 275640 infections of the disease and 10928 fatalities followed by Tamil Nadu and national capital Delhi.