Telangana, as per the latest bulletin, has 127 positive cases including nine deaths. 14, however, have been discharged after complete recovery. Delhi returnees have contributed the most positive cases in both the Telugu speaking states.
The situation becomes more threatening when even all the registered deaths are Delhi returnees.
All the nine deaths that Telangana reported were Delhi returnees.
Of the three deaths that were registered on Wednesday, two occurred at Gandhi hospital and the other at Yashoda hospital in Hyderabad.
A total of 30 new positive cases were reported in Telangana on Wednesday, upping the number to 127. All the 30 are Delhi returnees, according to a CMO release.
The state was originally hoping of getting rid of the dreadful virus by April 7, by strictly enforcing the lockdown.
Health officials briefed Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao that a large number of Tablighi Jamaat participants tested positive for the virus and their immediate contacts including family members too were testing positive.