New Delhi: The Ministry of Health and Family Welfare has identified 170 districts in 25 states of India as coronavirus (COVID-19) hotspots. These districts, where the number of coronavirus cases is higher, will be declared as red zones which will have the strictest lockdown measures to prevent further spread of the virus.
As many as 207 districts in 27 states with lesser number of cases will be classified non-hotspots or white zones. Districts with zero coronavirus patient will be classified as green zones. Scroll down to get the state-wise list of districts identified as coronavirus hotspots and non-hotspots.