In the wake of the third consecutive extension of lockdown, Telangana state which was long hit by the dreadful coronavirus on Monday recorded a rare feat in recent times. Standing as one of the worst-Corona affected states in India, the total number of recovered coronavirus patients in Telangana became higher than those currently undergoing treatment.
As per the latest reports, Telangana recorded 1,082 cases while 46 others had recovered taking the total recovery count to 545. On the same hand, there are 508 active positive cases being treated in the COVID-19 hospital. Among those who were discharged on Sunday was a 69-year-old patient, who was admitted with bilateral pneumonitis and was also in the intensive care unit (ICU) for 14 days, before discharge.
This came close to the heels of neighbouring state Andhra Pradesh announced that retail alcohol outlets can open from Monday (4 May) in both rural and urban areas, including in the red zones. Corona stats in the country also revealed that the infection rate in AP is also very low compared to other states and the death rate also significantly reduced.