Connect with us

News

No Community Transmission Of COVID -19 In Telangana: State Health Department

According to Dr Srinivas Rao, Director of Public Health and Family Welfare, the Novel Coronavirus cases in Telangana have risen in past 15 days, in some areas, after the lockdown relaxation

No Community Transmission Of COVID -19 In Telangana: State Health Department
Highlights
  • On March 2, Telangana had registered the first case of Novel Coronavirus
  • COVID-19 cases might increase, need not worry: Director, medical education
  • The usage of ventilators is very less for coronavirus cases: Mr Reddy

Hyderabad: With 60 fresh cases reported in Telangana on Saturday (May 30), the total number of cases rose to 2,499 in the state, according to the state health department. “Telangana reported 60 new COVID-19 cases on Saturday (May 30) taking the total number of cases in the state to 2,499,” state health bulletin said. A total of 1,412 people have been discharged from hospitals in the state. A total of 77 people lost their lives due to COVID – 19 and a total of 1,010 patients are in hospitals.

Earlier in the day, while addressing a press conference here, Dr Srinivas Rao, Director of Public Health and Family Welfare said that there was no community spread in the state and said that the first case was registered in Telangana on March 2 this year.

Also Read: People Shouldn’t Be Scared Of Coronavirus, Says Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao

We have been working to eradicate COVID-19 for the last 90 days. A total of 2,008 cases have been reported till yesterday in Telangana. There were more positive cases from the people who came from abroad and who had attended the event in Delhi’s Nizamuddin. We tried to overcome them but the cases have risen for the past 15 days in some areas after the lockdown relaxation, Dr Rao said.

“There is no community transmission. Earlier, 82 people were reported positive because of one person in Suryapet,” added Dr Rao.

Dr Rao also told that people who have tested positive might experience long term effect on their respiratory systems.

The Medical Department is conducting surveillance. There might be a long term effect on the respiratory system for the people who are reported positive. We conducted approximately 30,000 tests in Telangana, he said.

Meanwhile, Ramesh Reddy, director of medical education said “The corona positive cases might increase. The public need not to worry. The usage of ventilators is very less for corona cases.”

Also Read: Combating COVID-19: Telangana Police Set To Roll Out AI-Based System To Track Those Not Wearing Masks At Public Places

Folk Music For A Swasth India

RajasthanDay” src=

Reckitt’s Commitment To A Better Future

Expert Blog

हिंदी में पड़े

Latest Posts