The charts are updated based on a combination of numbers reported by the central Health Ministry, and updates from the State governments and Health departments

The charts are updated based on a combination of numbers reported by the central Health Ministry, and updates from the State governments and Health departments

The charts track the total number of confirmed COVID-19 cases and related deaths, and the testing rates across States and U.T.s.
Cases
The charts below shows a progression of coronavirus cases since the first case in a State or U.T.
Tap on the blue line anywhere to get the cumulative number of cases recorded in a State or U.T. at that point.
(If you are reading this story on the app, click this link to view the graphs mentioned.)
Deaths
The charts below shows a progression of coronavirus deaths since the first death in a State or U.T.
Tap on the blue line anywhere to get the cumulative number of deaths recorded in a State or U.T. at that point.
(If you are reading this story on the app, click this link to view the graphs mentioned.)
Also read: COVID-19 | Interactive map of confirmed coronavirus cases in India
Tests conducted
Tests per million
The chart plots the number of samples tested per million people in a State or U.T.
Each bar represents a State/U.T. The number on the bar denotes the tests conducted per million population.
(Tap the bars to see the testing)
 Tests per million vs positive samples
The chart compares the number of samples tested per million people in a State or U.T. with the % of positive cases among those samples tested.
Each circle represents a State/U.T. Tap or move your cursor over a circle for details. You can use the drop-down menu to select a State/U.T.
(If you are reading this story on the app, click this link to view the graphs mentioned.)
The States in the top-left region of the chart have carried out relatively fewer tests but have a higher % of positive cases among samples tested.
The States in the bottom-left region of the chart have carried out relatively fewer tests and also have a lower % of positive cases among samples tested.
The extent of COVID-19 cases in these States cannot be gauged properly as the picture remains incomplete due to limited testing. 
The States in the top-right part of the graph have carried out relatively more tests and also have a higher % of positive cases among samples tested.
The States in the bottom-right part of the graph have carried out relatively more tests but have a lower % of positive cases among samples tested.
The extent of COVID-19 cases in these States can be gauged better due to a relatively higher testing rate.
The figures above are based on a combination of numbers reported by the central Health Ministry, and updates from the State governments and Health departments.
(Compiled by Vignesh Radhakrishnan, Sumant Sen and Naresh Singaravelu)

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