Coronavirus cases in Telangana 09-04-2021

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Coronavirus cases in Telangana

Coronavirus cases in Telangana

Dated: 09/04/2021

As of: 08/04/2021(8PM)

STATUS OF COVID-19 CASES

1. NO. OF POSITIVE CASES TODAY (CUMULATIVE) –  2478 (3,21,182)
2. NO. OF RECOVERED CASES TODAY (CUMULATIVE) –  363 (3,03,964)
3. NO. OF DEATHS TODAY (CUMULATIVE) – 5 (1746)
4. CASE FATALITY RATE (INDIA) – 0.54% (1.3%)
5. RECOVERY RATE (INDIA) – 94.63% (91.2%)
6. TOTAL NUMBER OF ACTIVE CASES – 15,472
7. NO. OF INDIVIDUALS IN HOME/INSTITUTIONAL ISOLATION –  9,6741.

DISTRICT WISE POSITIVE CASES

1. ADILABAD – 72
2. BHADRADRI KOTHAGUDEM – 35
3. GHMC – 402
4. JAGITYAL – 105
5. JANGAON – 23
6. JAYASHANKAR BHUPALPALLY – 11
7. JOGULAMBA GADWAL – 9
8. KAMAREDDY – 98
9. KARIMNAGAR – 87
10. KHAMMAM – 54
11. KOMARAMBHEEM ASIFABAD – 67
12. MAHABOOBNAGAR – 96
13. MAHABUBABAD – 16
14. MANCHERIAL – 85
15. MEDAK – 33
16. MEDCHAL MALKAJIGIRI – 208
17. MULUGU – 4
18. NAGARKURNOOL – 43
19. NALGONDA – 88
20. NARAYANPET – 16
21. NIRMAL – 111
22. NIZAMABAD – 176
23. PEDDAPALLI – 33
24. RAJANNA SIRICILLA – 61
25. RANGAREDDY – 162
26. SANGAREDDY – 79
27. SIDDIPET – 54
28. SURYAPET – 39
29. VIKARABAD – 55
30. WANAPARTHY – 33
31. WARANGAL RURAL – 14
32. WARANGAL URBAN – 82
33. YADADRI BHONIGIR – 27
TOTAL – 2478

INFORMATION: Patients with moderate to severe symptoms, with COVID positive report or not
tested should go to any notified Government COVID Hospital where the Government has made
elaborate arrangements for testing and treatment. It is informed that the Government has made
elaborate arrangements for treating COVID-19 patients. Sufficient beds are available in Government
hospitals. Based on the clinical requirements, beds will be provided and treatment will be given free
of cost in Government hospitals. Sufficient quantities of personal protection equipment (PPE) and
medicines are available in hospitals.

APPEAL: THERE IS NO NEED FOR THE PUBLIC TO PANIC. PLEASE REPORT TO THE HOSPITAL
EARLY WHEN SYMPTOMS DEVELOP AS EARLY TREATMENT PREVENTS COMPLICATIONS.
CALL CENTER NUMBER FOR HELP LINE, TELEMEDICINE AND GRIEVANCES: 104
ALTERNATIVELY, FOR GRIEVANCES, PERTAINING TO PRIVATE HOSPITALS/ LABORATORIES,
KINDLY CONTACT ON WHATSAPP: 9154170960

The guidelines stated below are to be strictly followed:
Vulnerable Age Groups: Children less than 10yrs of age and elders above 60yrs of age are advised
to avoid going outdoors unless mandatory. They are advised to stay indoors.
Susceptible Age Group: There is high incidence of COVID disease in the age group of 20 to 50 years,
hence people are requested 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 mask and social
distancing.
Use of Face Masks: Everybody should wear mask when he/she goes out of the house. Face masks
are the first line of defence against Covid-19. Not wearing a mask is punishable by fine.
Physical Distancing: Maintaining a distance of more than 6ft between people is essential. The
citizens who go out for purchasing groceries and other essentials are advised to maintain safe
physical distance.
Workspace: The work spaces are to be provided with soap and hand washing facility / sanitizer.
Adequate physical distancing between employees should bemaintained.
Travel: The citizens are requested to avoid unnecessary travel. In case it is unavoidable, they shall
ensure all safety measures- use of face masks, frequent hand wash, use of sanitizer, safe physical
distance etc.
Seek Medical care: In case of any Flu/ Influenza like symptoms such as fever, cough, sore throat,
runningnose, difficulty in breathing, bodypains and headache, please report to the nearest
government health facility and seek the required health services without any delay.
Co-Morbidconditions: People with Co-morbid conditions like Hypertension, Diabetes, Cardiac
illness, chronic kidney disease, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, Cancer and / or any other
chronic illness are requested to stay indoors and avoid any kind of travel except for medical care in
order to avoid exposure to COVID.

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