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Mar 27, 2020
8:20PM

Telangana: 14 more tested positive for Coronvirus taking total number of Positive cases to 59

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In Telangana, 14 more people tested positive for Coronvirus taking the total number of Corona Positive cases to 59 so far.

Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao informed this at a press conference in Hyderabad. He assured people that the state is fully prepared to contain the spread of virus.

Stating that 20 thousand people are in quarantine in the state, the Chief Minister said, 11 thousand intensive care beds and 1400 critical care beds have been kept ready in the state.


However, he laid emphasis on social distancing and cleanliness to tide over the crisis relating to novel coronavirus. 
 

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