Covid-19 Updates in Telangana


Hyderabad: The total number of people infected so far in the state has increased to more than 2.94 lakhs after the arrival of 186 new cases of Covid-19 in Telangana (Telangana). At the same time, after the death of two more patients, the number of dead has increased to 1,598.

While releasing the data till 8 pm on 29 January in the government bulletin, it was told on Saturday that the maximum number of 34 new cases were reported in the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation. After this, 12 and 11 new cases have been reported in Rangareddy and Karimnagar respectively.

According to the bulletin, the total number of infections in the state has increased to 2,94,306, of which 2,90,354 people have become infection free. Treatment of 2,354 patients is underway in the state. So far 78.23 lakh samples have been tested in the state, of which 33,088 samples were tested on Friday.

The death rate in the state is 0.54 percent, while it is 1.44 percent nationally. The rate of recovery of infectives in the state is 98.59 percent, which is 96.9 percent nationally.

More than 13 thousand cases in the country

There have been 13,083 new cases of Kovid in the last 24 hours in the country. With this, the number of people infected with Carona has increased to 1,07,33,131. However, the number of new corona cases per day in India is quite low.

Giving this information, health officials said that the number of daily new cases of corona in the country has been less than 20,000 for the last 23 days. From 10 January till date, the death toll has not reached above 200.

On January 19, 10,064 new cases of corona were reported in India. This number is the lowest figure of this year. Last year, the minimum number of cases of corona was reported on June 3, which was 9,633.
The Ministry of Health and Family Welfare said on Saturday that 137 people have died in the last 24 hours from Corona. With this, the death toll due to this epidemic has reached 1,54,147.


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