Seems like the Nizamuddin Markaz started showing a drastic rise in the number of positive cases in both the Telugu states. Followed by Kerala, Andhra Pradesh now stood as the most affected state with more than 80 per cent of the cases with travel history to Delhi’s congregation.
According to the reports, there are almost 1,200 attendees from Telangana who were shifted to the isolation wards except for 160 people whose contacts are yet to be traced. Amongst the people shifted to the isolation ward, 30 people were diagnosed with coronavirus while 3 deaths were registered.
Meanwhile, tension prevailed in Andhra Pradesh with a sudden surge in positive cases overnight. The state reportedly registered as many as 21 news cases from the past 12 hours raising the total count to 132. While hundreds of test results are yet to be received, the cases raised concerns in the state.
The highest number of cases were reported in Guntur and Nellore districts 20 each. There are 15 cases in Krishna district, 17 in Prakasam, 15 in Kadapa, 8 in Chittoor, 11 in Visakhapatnam, 2 in Anantapur, 1 in Kurnool and 14 cases in West Godavari respectively.