Covid-19: 477 new cases take Andhra Pradesh’s tally to 8,929

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National Our Bureau Hyderabad | Updated on June 21, 2020 Published on June 21, 2020 Andhra Pradesh has on Sunday reported 477 new cases which took the total number of Coronavirus tally to 8,929.According to a bulletin released on Sunday, 24,451 samples were tested in the last twenty-four hours. While 151 patients have been discharged…

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Our Bureau


Hyderabad |
Updated on


June 21, 2020

Published on


June 21, 2020

Andhra Pradesh has on Sunday reported 477 new cases which took the total number of Coronavirus tally to 8,929.

According to a bulletin released on Sunday, 24,451 samples were tested in the last twenty-four hours. While 151 patients have been discharged five succumbed taking the total death toll to 106 in the state. After a total of 4,307 recoveries, the number of active cases in the state now stood at 4,516, according to the bulletin.

An examination of data since June 1 when the `unlock’ started, shows a significant increase in the number of Covid-19 positive cases with the addition of 5,253 cases in the last 20 days.

Published on


June 21, 2020

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