Telangana reports 2,817 new COVID-19 cases, 10 deaths in last 24 hours

South India

In the last 24 hours, Telangana has reported 10 deaths and 2,817 new positive cases due to Covid-19, taking the total number of deaths to 856  and total number of cases to 1,33,406.


According to the State Health Department, the total number of cases includes 32,537 active cases and 1,00,013 recoveries.

According to the government bulletin, Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) accounted for the most number of cases with 452, followed by Rangareddy (216), Karimnagar (164) and Khammam and Nalgonda (157 each).

At present, 25,293 COVID-19 patients are in isolation and are being treated in the state.

As many as 59,711 samples were tested on September 2. Cumulatively, 15, 42,978 samples have been tested.

The case fatality rate in the state was 0.64 per cent, while it was 1.75 per cent at the national level. The recovery rate in Telangana was 74.9 per cent, while it was 77.09 per cent in the country. The number of individuals in home/institutional isolation was 25,293.

As there was a high incidence of Covid-19 in the age group of 20 to 50 years, the government requested people not to go out, unless absolutely necessary like going for work/ essential shopping. When they go out, they should strictly observe precautions like use of face masks and social distancing.

Meanwhile, with an increase of 83,883 COVID-19 cases in the last 24 hours, the coronavirus count in India has crossed 38 lakhs mark on Thursday. 

According to the data provided by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, India has recorded 83,883 coronavirus cases, taking its total to 38,53,407. 

Meanwhile, 1,043 patients succumbed to the deadly contagious disease in the last 24 hours, taking the fatalities count to  67,376.

According to the data provided by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, the total number of active cases in the country is 8,15,538. Meanwhile, 29,70,493 persons have been cured/discharged/migrated.


With inputs from Agency

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