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Rapid molecular diagnostics are presently available at 1360 blocks across the country.  State wise number of blocks with rapid molecular diagnostics is given below:

 

State wise number of blocks with rapid molecular diagnostics

Sl. No

State

No. Blocks with Rapid Molecular Diagnostics

1

Andaman & Nicobar Islands

4

2

Andhra Pradesh

206

3

Arunachal Pradesh

12

4

Assam

33

5

Bihar

60

6

Chandigarh

3

7

Chhattisgarh

33

8

Dadra &Nagar Haveli

1

9

Daman & Diu

2

10

Delhi

27

11

Goa

2

12

Gujarat

58

13

Haryana

29

14

Himachal Pradesh

21

15

Jammu & Kashmir

17

16

Jharkhand

38

17

Karnataka

68

18

Kerala

20

19

Ladakh

2

20

Lakshadweep

1

21

Madhya Pradesh

66

22

Maharashtra

119

23

Manipur

9

24

Meghalaya

7

25

Mizoram

8

26

Nagaland

9

27

Odisha

49

28

Puducherry

2

29

Punjab

27

30

Rajasthan

66

31

Sikkim

5

32

Tamil Nadu

69

33

Telangana

38

34

Tripura

5

35

Uttar Pradesh

151

36

Uttarakhand

14

37

West Bengal

79

 

All India

1360

 

 

 

62% of the TB patients were tested for Rifampcin resistance during the period of August 2019 to 10th September 2020. The State wise details are given below:

 

State wise details of TB patients tested for Rifampcin resistance

State

The total percentage of patients tested for Rifampcin resistance since August 2019 till 10th September 2020

Andaman & Nicobar Islands

50%

Andhra Pradesh

77%

Arunachal Pradesh

51%

Assam

61%

Bihar

47%

Chandigarh

62%

Chhattisgarh

60%

Dadra and Nagar Haveli and Daman and Diu

72%

Delhi

53%

Goa

69%

Gujarat

66%

Haryana

57%

Himachal Pradesh

83%

Jammu & Kashmir

80%

Jharkhand

52%

Karnataka

72%

Kerala

62%

Ladakh

63%

Lakshadweep

60%

Madhya Pradesh

59%

Maharashtra

73%

Manipur

58%

Meghalaya

67%

Mizoram

61%

Nagaland

62%

Odisha

83%

Puducherry

78%

Punjab

58%

Rajasthan

57%

Sikkim

89%

Tamil Nadu

76%

Telangana

79%

Tripura

83%

Uttar Pradesh

54%

Uttarakhand

44%

West Bengal

71%

All India

62%

 

The total number of TB cases notified from 2016 is as under:

Year

Total No. of notified  TB patients

2016

1754957

2017

1827959

2018

2155894

2019

2404815

2020 (Till July 2020)

1061003

 

 

The State wise details of TB cases notified is given below:

 

State wise details of TB cases notified

State

2016

(Jan-Dec)

2017

(Jan-Dec)

2018

(Jan-Dec)

2019

(Jan-Dec)

 

State

Jan - July 2020

Andaman and Nicobar Islands

534

292

558

587

 

Andaman & Nicobar Islands

297

Andhra Pradesh

74373

83118

91124

98869

 

Andhra Pradesh

37570

Arunachal Pradesh

2788

3154

3419

2938

 

Arunachal Pradesh

1566

Assam

40851

40174

42896

48669

 

Assam

21191

Bihar

97001

96489

104930

122671

 

Bihar

51493

Chandigarh

3413

5930

5696

7026

 

Chandigarh

2816

Chhattisgarh

39484

41272

43031

43718

 

Chhattisgarh

20077

Dadra and Nagar Haveli

552

963

849

937

 

Dadra and Nagar Haveli and Daman and Diu

663

Daman and  Diu

487

457

497

560

 

Delhi

51465

Delhi

62706

65893

93580

107982

 

Goa

1022

Goa

1966

1935

2492

2410

 

Gujarat

73445

Gujarat

126665

149061

154551

159158

 

Haryana

38811

Haryana

47545

40751

65748

73997

 

Himachal Pradesh

8673

Himachal Pradesh

14961

16451

16485

17446

 

Jammu & Kashmir

5457

Jammu and Kashmir

9937

10476

12895

11860

 

Jharkhand

26025

Jharkhand

39515

44128

48488

56632

 

Karnataka

39949

Karnataka

68462

81187

83094

91703

 

Kerala

12680

Kerala

47293

22754

24557

25617

 

Ladakh

161

Lakshadweep

23

46

19

15

 

Lakshadweep

8

Madhya Pradesh

129915

134333

160144

187407

 

Madhya Pradesh

80779

Maharashtra

195139

192458

209642

227348

 

Maharashtra

89484

Manipur

2393

2805

2927

2553

 

Manipur

1020

Meghalaya

4586

3961

4867

5528

 

Meghalaya

2661

Mizoram

2205

2245

2570

2944

 

Mizoram

1524

Nagaland

2821

3013

4269

4794

 

Nagaland

1991

Odisha

43851

71131

50303

53612

 

Odisha

27256

Puducherry

1421

1604

3489

4606

 

Puducherry

1748

Punjab

39836

45313

54401

58204

 

Punjab

29598

Rajasthan

106756

105953

160168

175218

 

Rajasthan

83015

Sikkim

1539

1271

1438

1432

 

Sikkim

897

Tamil Nadu

96079

93327

104917

110845

 

Tamil Nadu

41348

Telangana

45003

1693

52330

71655

 

Telangana

38583

Tripura

2374

39223

2579

2761

 

Tripura

1281

Uttar Pradesh

297746

311041

420434

486385

 

Uttar Pradesh

205633

Uttarakhand

15081

16760

22362

26060

 

Uttarakhand

12634

West Bengal

89656

97297

104145

110668

 

West Bengal

48182

Total

1754957

1827959

2155894

2404815

 

Total

1061003

 

The Minister of State (Health and Family Welfare), Sh Ashwini Kumar Choubey stated this in a written reply in the Rajya Sabha here today.

Sources https://pib.gov.in/PressReleseDetail.aspx?PRID=1654458

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