New Delhi: The entire country has been demarcated into three zones depending on the number of COVID-19 cases. Here is all you need to know about these zones: Also Read - Coronavirus Vaccine Latest News: Who Will Get First Shots? Govt Prepares Database For COVID-19 Immunisation

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Highest caseload districts contributing to more than 80 per cent of cases in India. Or, highest caseload districts contributing to more than 80 per cent of cases for each state of India or districts with a doubling rate less than four days. Mumbai, South Delhi, Hyderabad, Jaipur, Kasaragod are the top five districts. Also Read - Recovered COVID-19 Patients Can Get The Infection Again Once Antibodies Start Depleting: ICMR

From Red to Orange to Green

These can be turned to the orange zone when no cases are reported in 14 days. Then these zones will be turned to green zone when no positive cases are reported in the next 14 days.