Deaths from COVID continue to increase

The state reported the highest single-day number of 114 deaths and 22,610 new infections in the 24 hours ended Thursday morning. The toll reached 9,800 and the cumulative total passed the 15 lakh mark and reached 15:21,142.

1.09 lakh cases have been reported in the past five days, and 4.19 lakh infections have been reported and 3.31 lakh patients recovered in May.

The number of recoveries also passed the 13 lakh mark, reaching 13.02.208 as 23,098 patients recovered the previous day. The recovery rate is still 85.61% and the mortality rate is 0.64%. The number of active cases decreased slightly to 2.09.134.

The daily positivity rate for the 1.01.281 samples tested the previous day was 22.32%. The daily positivity rate gradually decreases over the past five days.

The overall positivity rate of 1.83 crore samples was 8.29% and in the last 20 days nearly 20 lakh samples were tested and 21.4% of them became positive.

New deaths and infections

West Godavari has again reported 17 new deaths, the highest in one day. It was followed by Chittoor, who reported 15 new deaths. East Godavari, Guntur and Visakhapatnam each reported 10 new deaths, while Anantapur and Vizianagaram each reported nine new deaths.

Krishna reported eight and Kurnool and Prakasam reported seven deaths each. Nellore and Srikakulam reported five deaths each and Kadapa two deaths.

East Godavari reported 3,602 new infections, followed by Chittoor (3,185), West Godavari (2,066), Visakhapatnam (1,984), Anantapur (1,794), Guntur (1,584), Prakasam (1,523), Srikakulam (1,517), Nellore (1,219). , Kurnool (1,178), Krishna (1,084), Kadapa (989) and Vizianagaram (885).

The district numbers are as follows: East Godavari (1,96,267), Chittoor (1,67,043), Guntur (1,39,278), West Godavari (1,27,138), Anantapur (1,23,243), Visakhapatnam (1,20,792) Nellore (1,08,582), Kurnool (1.04,681), Srikakulam (99,374), Prakasam (96,629), Kadapa (87,039), Krishna (80,293) and Vizianagaram (67,888).

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