2010 New Covid Cases Reported in Andhra Pradesh

July 28, 2021 19:15
2010 New Covid Cases Reported in Andhra Pradesh

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2010 New Covid Cases Reported in Andhra Pradesh:- A total number of 2010 new cases of coronavirus are reported in Andhra Pradesh and the total tally of cases reported in Andhra Pradesh reached 19,57,047. The total samples tested in the state in the last 24 hours are said to be 70,695. 19,22,736 people got discharged in the state in total. 20 new deaths are reported in the state yesterday and the total number of deaths reported in total reached 13,312. There are 20,999 active cases of coronavirus in Andhra Pradesh in total. A total number of 1956 people recovered from coronavirus in the last 24 hours and the total number of samples that are tested in the state till date are said to be 2,43,24,626. The cases in the state calmed down after there are more than 25,000 cases are reported in a day during the second wave of coronavirus.

The districts of Chittoor, East Godavari, Krishna, Nellore, Prakasam continued to report a high number of cases of coronavirus in the state. The government of Andhra Pradesh continued to impose night curfew and restrictions till next week and the new decisions will be taken next week once the deadline is completed. A total number of 43,654 new cases for coronavirus are reported in India in the last 24 hours. The Union Health Ministry reported that 41,678 people recovered completely from coronavirus in the country in the last one day and 640 people passed away due to coronavirus yesterday in India. The active cases continued to be below 4 lakh mark and they are 3,99,436. The total number of recoveries reported in India in total till date are 3,06,63,147. The total death toll in India touched 4,22,022 in the country and the total number of vaccinations administered in India are 44,61,56,659.

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