With 50% cases, Telangana & Andhra Pradesh reeling under Maharashtra Covid-19 variant
Wednesday, 5 May 2021 A novel coronavirus variant, currently crippling Maharashtra, has made its way to the two Telugu states and could be the reason behind the surge in cases in the past two months. April Covid data shows Maharashtra’s double mutant B.1.617 dominated Covid-19 scenario and found in about 50-60% cases in the two Telugu states, Kerala and Karnataka.
Despite rising COVID-19 cases in Andhra Pradesh a massive crowd was seen at Charminar area in Hyderabad on May 07. The people in the market were seen flouting social distancing norms and many were also seen without masks. Telangana has 73851 active cases and Andhra Pradesh has 182329 such cases so...
India's COVID-19 graph continues to show a declining trend with 1.73 lakh new Covid cases recorded in the last 24 hours, the lowest daily spike in 45 days. Earlier this month, the country's daily cases..