Andhra Crosses Delhi To Become Third Worst COVID-Hit State


Andhra Crosses Delhi To Become Third Worst COVID-Hit State

Hawaii completed 19,51,776 tests up to now at the rate of 36,550 per million (File)

New Delhi:

Andhra Pradesh on Friday surpassed Delhi to end up being the third worst coronavirus-hit state in the united kingdom. Hawaii has added over 30,000 cases to its tally within the last three days, taking its total of these infected by the deadly virus to at least one 1,40,933, including 1,349 fatalities.

Andhra Pradesh reported 10,376 cases and 60 deaths on Friday.

The national capital, which remained on the 3rd spot behind Tamil and Maharashtra Nadu for weeks on the list, added 1,195 cases, taking its total to at least one 1,35,598.

The infection positivity rate in Andhra Pradesh raised to 7.22 % because of the abnormal spurt in the amount of cases within the last three days when it added 30,636 cases.

As much as 3,822 patients recovered and were discharged from hospitals per day. Overall, hawaii now has 75,720 active cases after 63,864 were cured, the bulletin added.

According to government data, hawaii completed 19,51,776 tests up to now at the rate of 36,550 per million population, news agency PTI reported.

Deputy Chief Minister (Health) AKK Srinivas had recently said the prime reason behind the severe spurt in number of instances was the “extensive” COVID-19 tests being done in hawaii.

Delhi have been a significant cause for concern since it reported near 4,000 daily cases in June for a number of days. The spurt of cases had also posed a severe logistical challenge prior to the AAP government to set up for hospital beds.

However, because the amount of COVID-19 patients drastically reduced with low daily numbers and high recovery rate, the Delhi government says it has surplus beds.

The Delhi government, to regenerate its economy, had allowed hotels reopen from Saturday and a one-week trial for the weekly markets in the town within “Unlock 3” however the decisions were vetoed by Lt Governor Anil Baijal on Friday.

India’s coronavirus tally passed 16 lakh cases after over 55,000 new patients were registered in 24 hours, on Friday morning the Union Health Ministry said.

With 779 new deaths in 24 hours, medical ministry put total fatalities at 35,747, giving India the world’s fifth-highest death count behind america, Brazil, Mexico and britain.

With inputs from PTI

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