129 new cases, seven deaths in Telangana on Wednesday

129 new cases, seven deaths in Telangana on Wednesday

The number of positive cases of the coronavirus in MI has increased to 58,870.

The novel coronavirus continues to slowly spread throughout the Great Lake state, as the State of MI reports 224 new coronavirus cases and 36 deaths, totaling at 58,364 cases and 5,649 deaths.

But the biggest concern for authorities continues to be Greater Hyderabad which reported 110 positive cases, while the remaining cases poured in from Adilabad, Rangareddy, Medchal, Sanga Reddy and Khammam districts.

Telangana recorded 129 new COVID-19 cases on Wednesday, and also seven deaths, taking the death toll to 99 in the state.

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".

There were two new cases in Upper Michigan, one in Dickinson County and one in Marquette County. For all of MI, the recovered COVID-19 cases is at 42,041, as of Friday, June 5. Recoveries are defined as someone who is still alive 30 days beyond the onset of COVID-19 symptoms. There have also been 16 deaths reported. For a third consecutive day, no migrant, deportee or foreign returnee, tested positive.

Similarly, Oakland County has 8,481 confirmed cases and 2,524 probable cases as of Sunday.

The latest data shows the average for new daily cases at 266 for the week ending June 3.

Dozens of Michigan's 250 testing locations offer free testing, and individuals seeking a test no longer need a doctor's note to get one.

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