Coronavirus India updates: With 2,958 new cases in 24 hours, the total number of coronavirus cases in India has reached 49,436. And with 126 more people having lost their lives to the infection, the country's death toll at present is 1,695, according to Worldometer. India is set to bring back around 250,000 citizens from across the world.

Maharashtra, the most affected state in India, now has 15,525 corona cases, with an addition of 986 on May 5. Tamil Nadu, which recently witnessed a sudden surge in the number of cases, now has 4,058 cases. It again saw more than 500 cases in a single day on Tuesday. Telangana decided to extend its lockdown till May 27 and the Karnataka government asked Indian Railways to cancel all trains that were to ferry migrant workers to their home towns.

Coronavirus world update: The global tally of coronavirus infections currently stands at 3,757,544, and 259,496 people have succumbed to the infection so far.

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Aarogya Setu is a mobile application developed by the Government of India to connect essential health services with the people of India in our combined fight against COVID-19. The App is aimed at augmenting the initiatives of the Government of India, particularly the Department of Health, in proactively reaching out to and informing the users of the app regarding risks, best practices and relevant advisories pertaining to the containment of COVID-19.

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There is no security breach in coronavirus tracking app Aarogya Setu, the government said today in response to claims by a French "white hat", or ethical hacker, who said on Tuesday that the "privacy of 90 million Indians is at stake". The hacker also said Congress MP Rahul Gandhi, who has repeatedly warned against the app, "was right". In a statement released this morning the government said there was "no data or security breach" and that "no personal information of any user has been proven to be at risk by this ethical hacker". The hacker responded: "Today, I will write a detailed article on the Aarogya Setu issue. It shuld be ready end of today". Several people have expressed privacy and security concerns over the app, which has been made mandatory for all public and private sector employees, as well as those in coronavirus containment areas.