Telangana, Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh Coronavirus Live Updates: Tirupati Lok Sabha MP Balli Durga Prasad Rao, who was battling COVID-19 for over a month, died at a hospital in Chennai on Wednesday, relations and the hospital mentioned. Chennai-based Apollo Hospitals, the place the 65-year previous YSRCP MP was admitted on August 14, mentioned medical doctors handled him within the intensive care unit “for severe COVID Pneumonia.” Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy have been amongst those that condoled the demise of the first-time MP from the Tirupati (SC) reserved constituency.
In Andhra Pradesh, in the meantime, the 2 Godavari districts, East and West, continued to witness a virulent unfold of coronavirus whereas most different districts gave the impression to be progressively reducing their numbers because the state reported 8,835fresh circumstances on Wednesday. The state’s COVID-19 desk now confirmed a complete of 5,92,760 constructive circumstances, 4,97,376 recoveries, and 5,105 deaths.
Telangana reported 2,273 new COVID-19 circumstances and 12 associated fatalities, pushing the tally of infections to 1.62 lakh within the state. Out of the contemporary circumstances, 325 have been reported from the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC), adopted by Rangareddy 185, Nalgonda 175, Medchal Malkajgiri 164, Karimnagar 122, and Warangal Urban 114 districts, a state authorities bulletin mentioned on Wednesday, offering knowledge as of 8 PM on September 15. With 12 extra deaths, the general toll rose to 996.
While Andhra Pradesh has practically 6 lakh confirmed circumstances, Telangana’s tally is over 1.62 lakh. Follow LIVE updates
Telangana and Andhra Pradesh failed to achieve an settlement over resuming interstate bus journey when the Telangana authorities abruptly cancelled a gathering of the Transport ministers scheduled for Monday. The essential assembly was arrange when AP authorities sought to discount a political answer and the state Transport minister Perni Venkataramaiah took up the difficulty together with his Telangana counterpart Puvvada Ajay Kumar. The inconclusive nature of the difficulty has resulted in depriving hundreds of individuals within the two states of a public transport possibility regardless of the entire opening of interstate borders as a part of Unlock 4.
Meanwhile, a serosurvey in Andhra Pradesh has revealed that shut to twenty per cent of the state’s inhabitants has developed antibodies for SARS-COV-2. The serosurvey, which included 5,000 individuals, confirmed that 19.7 per cent of individuals developed immunity in opposition to the virus. Disclosing the survey findings, AP Commissioner for Health and Family Welfare Katamaneni Bhaskar mentioned 22.5 per cent inhabitants in city areas and 18.2 per cent in rural acquired immunity for Covid-19.
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