Kerala registered 5,722 new COVID-19 cases on Thursday, and when 67,017 samples were tested, the positive test rate dropped a further 8.54%.
The health department recorded another 26 COVID deaths. According to reports, there were eight deaths in Malapuram, five deaths in Kozhikode, four deaths in Trithesur, three deaths in Thiruvananthapuram, Ernakulam and Kottayam has two each, Kannur and Alappuzha each have one.
Malapuram area has the highest rate with 862 cases, Thrissur 631, Kozhikode 575, Alappuzha 527, Palakkad 496, Thiruvananthapuram 456, Ernakulam 423, Kottayam 342, Kollam 338, Kannur 337, Idukki 276, Pathanamthitta 200, Kasaragod 145 with.
Telangana conducted 38,757 tests on Wednesday. By mid-June, only about 1,000 samples were tested a day.
Starting on August 25, the daily test record increased dramatically, when approximately 60,000 people were tested. This situation continued until September 11, and then gradually declined. In November, 40,000 to 45,000 samples were tested.
On Wednesday, 1,058 cases tested positive and another 4 patients died. The new cases include 168 in Hyderabad, 93 in Medchal Malkajgiri, 91 in Rangareddy, and 2 in Jogulamba Gadwal. , 4 in Adilabad.
Karnataka reported 1,849 new cases on Thursday, including 26 deaths. Although the incidence rate in the Bangalore urban area has decreased, it has added the most new cases to 1,048 in the state’s total. Fourteen people were reported dead. Tumakuru reported 103 new cases.
Andhra Pradesh reported 1,316 new infections and 11 deaths on Thursday. The single-day positive rate was 75,165, which was 1.75%, the lowest in a few months, while the total positive rate of 9.408 100,000 was 9.13%.