On the 13th of February, the Telangana Novel Coronavirus cases crossed 2,96,428 cases with 151 new cases.
On the night of the 12th of February, the State Health Department released a media bulletin updating the Novel Coronavirus or COVID-19 cases.
According to the updated data, in the past 24 hours, Telangana registered 151 fresh positive Coronavirus cases and 185 recoveries. For the first time in the few days, there were zero death cases due to COVID-19 in the State.
Of the total 151 new cases, the highest number were from the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) with 31 cases, followed 13 from Rangareddy, 11 from Medchal Malkajgiri, 9 from Warangal Urban, 7 each from Karimnagar and Sangareddy, 6 each from Siddipet and Jagtial, 5 from Khammam, 4 each from Adilabad and Bhadradri Kothagudem, 3 each from Nalgonda and Rajanna Sircilla, 2 each from Jangaon, Jayashankar Bhupalpally and Komarambheem Asifabad, 1 each from Jogulamba Gadwal, Nagarkurnool, Wanaparthy and Warangal Rural and Yadadri Bhongir.
Narayanpet, Nirmal and Suryapet once again reported zero cases of the Novel Coronavirus or COVID-19.
With the aforementioned data, the State has 2,96,428 positive cases, 1,614 deaths, 2,93,933 recoveries and 1,781 active cases.
Of the 1,781 active cases, 789 are in institutional isolation centres and the remaining are under home isolation.
In addition, the State Health Department confirmed 27,259 tests being held for the Novel Coronavirus or COVID-19.
So far, Telangana conducted as many as 82,69,364 tests for the Novel Coronavirus.
As of now, Telangana is one of the Indian states with more than 98 % recovery rate and below 0.47 % fatality rate.
Meanwhile, the Telangana Government is smoothly conducting the COVID-19 vaccination drive. The drive which started from the 16th of January, is now in the second phase and administering doses of two India made vaccines to police personnel.
The first phase of COVID-19 vaccine started from 16th of January and ended on the 5th of February.
In the first phase, more than 3.5 lakh healthcare workers were given the two made in India COVID-19 vaccine doses.
Stay tuned for further updates.