Andhra Pradesh with 30,000 cases in the last three days, became the third worst Novel Coronavirus or COVID-19 hit State in India.
Andhra Pradesh with a total of 1,40,933 cases, took over Delhi.
On the 31st of July, Andhra Pradesh recorded 10,376 cases of the Novel Coronavirus, highest single day spike till date.
The State recorded nearly 10,000 COVID-19 cases for three days in a row.
On the 30th of July, Andhra Pradesh recorded 10,167 cases and on the 29th of July, there were 10,093 new cases.
Maharashtra and Tamil Nadu, meanwhile, remain the two worst-hit states with 4,22,118 and 2,45,858 cases, respectively.
Delhi is on the 4th position with 1,35,598 and Karnataka rounds off the list of the top five worst-hit states, with a tally of 1,24,115.
These are the only five states in the country to have breached the one lakh case-mark thus far.
Meanwhile, India recorded a total of 16,95,988 cases till date.
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