Telangana CM Chandrashekhar Rao said there were a total of 308 active cases of Covid-19 in Gandhi Hospital as on Monday, including 30 fresh cases reported during the day. 

The State has so far recorded 11 coronavirus deaths, all of them related to Markaz returnees, he said. “A total of 1,089 Markaz returnees have been identified and tracked in the State, and there are reports that there may be another 30 to 35 persons from the State still in New Delhi. They would have been quarantined in the national capital. Of the Markaz returnees in the State, 170 have tested positive and another 93 persons, most of them primary contacts like family members, have also tested positive for the virus,” he said.

“In all, 35 patients from the first batch of Covid-19 in the State have been discharged, and the remaining will be completing their treatment and quarantine period in a day or two. They will also be discharged on Tuesday or Wednesday and that will complete the release of all the patients from the first batch who have all tested negative now,” he said, adding that a total of 25,937 persons were in quarantine. The Chief Minister also pointed out that not a single death was reported from the first batch of patients.

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