MI reports over 42,000 have recovered from COVID-19

MI reports over 42,000 have recovered from COVID-19

MI reports over 42,000 have recovered from COVID-19

Telangana on Thursday registered six deaths and 127 more novel coronavirus cases as authorities announced that the deadly virus has now spread to 29 districts again.

There were 30 discharges on Wednesday, taking the total number of discharges to 1,556, while the number of positive patients now in hospital to 1,365.

In the USA, there are 1,927,428 cases, and there have been 110,028 deaths - while 500,849 people have recovered, according to the global COVID-19 Dashboard by the Center for Systems Science and Engineering at Johns Hopkins University. MI now has 58,870 cases and 5,656 deaths.

Appealing the people to report to authorities if they have flu-like symptoms, the Director of Public Health and Family said, "In case of any flu or influenza like symptoms such as cough, sore throat, running nose, fever, difficulty in breathing, body pains and headache, please report to the nearest government health facility and seek the required health services without any delay". Also, regions 6 and 8 will move into Phase 5 of the MI Safe Start Plan on June 10, meaning gyms, movie theaters and more can open. A person is considered "recovered" by the state if they are "30 days out from their onset of illness".

The health department also stated that 75 dialysis cycles have been provided to COVID-19 patients at the exclusive dialysis facility in Gandhi Hospital.

Jackson County reports 458 cases and 28 deaths.

Earlier, migrant workers who had returned to the state from Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, Madhya Pradesh, Odisha and Bihar were a major cause of concern, with 206 migrants testing positive for the virus.

State health leaders encourage people to look at weekly averages when viewing data. That's down from 388 the week prior. Statewide, 839,590 tests have been performed as of Sunday.

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