Nearly 500 coronavirus cases have been reported in India so far, according to Health Ministry data on Tuesday.
According to the data updated Tuesday morning, the total number of COVID-19 cases stood at 492.
The figure includes at least 41 foreign nationals and the nine deaths reported so far, the Health Ministry said.
The total number of active COVID-19 cases across the country now stands at 446, after over 22 fresh cases were reported.
Thirty-six people have been cured/discharged/migrated, it added.
As cases of the viral infection surged in the past few days, authorities have put almost the entire country under lockdown, banning gathering of people and suspending road, rail and air traffic till March 31.
Gujarat, Bihar and Maharashtra reported a death each on Sunday. Four fatalities were reported earlier from Karnataka, Delhi, Maharashtra and Punjab, the ministry said.
The 415 figure also includes 24 people who have been cured, discharged or migrated, it said.
The Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) said 18,383 samples have been tested till 10 am on Monday.
It was not immediately clear where the new cases have come from.
The total number of positive novel coronavirus cases includes 67 in Maharashtra, including three foreigners, and Kerala also at 67, with seven foreign nationals, data issued by the ministry showed.
Till Monday morning, Delhi had reported 29 positive cases, including a foreigner, while Uttar Pradesh recorded 28, also including a foreigner, it added. Rajasthan reported 27 cases, of which two are foreigners. Telangana reported 26 cases, including 11 foreigners. Karnataka has 26 coronavirus patients, the ministry said.
Cases have been reported from across the country, including from Haryana, Punjab, Gujarat, Tamil Nadu, West Bengal, Andhra Pradesh and Uttarakhand.