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Telangana reports 1,986 new COVID-19 cases, 14 deaths

Telangana reports 1,986 new COVID-19 cases, 14 deaths
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Hyderabad, Jul 31 (PTI) Telangana reported 1,986 new

COVID-19 cases, the highest single day spike so far, taking

the tally of positive cases in the state to 62,703.

With 14 more deaths, the coronavirus toll in the state

rose to 519, a state government bulletin said on Friday,

providing data as of 8 pm on July 30.

While the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation

(GHMC), the hotbed of the virus spread in the state, continues

to report a high number of cases, there has been a significant

rise in thenumber of cases being reported from different

districts, including Ranga Reddy, Medchal-Malkajgiri,

Sangareddy, Warangal Urban and Karimnagar.

Out of the 1,986 fresh cases, 586 were from the GHMC,

followed by Medchal-Malkajgiri (207) and Ranga Reddy (205)

districts, the bulletin said.

The other districts which reported a substantial

number of cases include Warangal Urban (123), Karimnagar (116)

and Sangareddy (108).

The case fatality rate in the state was 0.82 per cent,

while it was 2.20 per cent at the national level, it said.

As many as 45,388 people have recovered from the

infection so far, while 16,796 were under treatment.

The recovery rate was 72.3 per cent in the state,

while it was 64 per cent in the country.

The number of individuals in home/institutional

isolation was 10,632.

The number of asymptomatic cases (of those under home

isolation) was 84 per cent, it said.

The bulletin said 21,380 samples were tested on July

30, the highest in a single day so far.

Cumulatively, 4,37,582 samples have been tested.

Talking about age and gender wise COVID-19 positive

details, it said 65.6 per cent were male, while 34.4 per cent

were female.

On comorbidities status among deaths, it said the

percentage of deaths due to comorbidities was 53.87 per cent.

The percentage of deaths due to COVID-19 was 46.13 per

cent.

The number of vacant isolation, oxygen and ICU beds

was 11,179 and 2,268 and 1,352 respectively, the bulletin

said.

It said RT-PCR/CBNAAT/TRUENAT testing facilities in

government were 16 and 23 in the private sector.

It also said 320 rapid antigen testing centres have

been set up by the government.

The government provided a list oflaboratories, list

of rapid antigen testing centres, details on the status of

beds in government and private hospitals, the lists of

containment zones in GHMC and in different districts.

The bulletin said the government has made elaborate

arrangements for treating COVID-19 patients and that

sufficient beds are available in government hospitals.

The call centre number for helpline, telemedicine and

grievances is 104.

People can contact 9154170960 on WhatsApp for any

grievances pertaining to private hospitals/laboratories, the

bulletin added.PTI SJR SS

PTI PTI


Disclaimer :- This story has not been edited by Outlook staff and is auto-generated from news agency feeds. Source: PTI

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