The COVID-19 tally in Telangana
crossed the 2 lakh mark with 1,335 new cases being reported, a state govt bulletin mentioned on Monday.
The contemporary infections took the whole tally to 2,00,611, whereas the dying toll rose to 1,171 with eight further fatalities, it mentioned, offering information as of eight pm on October 4.
The Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) accounted for 262 of the 1,335 cases, adopted by Rangareddy (137), Medchal Malkajgiri (91), Karimnagar (83) and different districts.
The bulletin mentioned 36,348 samples had been examined on October 4. Cumulatively, the count of samples examined was 32,41,597. The samples examined per million inhabitants was 87,092, it mentioned.
The cumulative recovered cases stood at 1,72,388, whereas 27,052 had been below therapy.
The restoration rate within the state rose additional to 85.93 per cent, whereas it was 84.1 per cent within the nation, it mentioned.
The case fatality rate within the state was 0.58 per cent, whereas it was 1.5 per cent on the nationwide stage.
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