4.4k Cases, 12 Deaths: T Covid Crisis Deepens
The Times of India Hyderabad|April 18, 2021
More Than 100 Cases In 50% Dists
Amrita Didyala

Hyderabad: For the third day in a row, Telangana broke its own single-day record of Covid-19 cases as the numbers shot to 4,446, on Saturday. The state also reported 12 deaths — the highest recorded over a period of 24 hours during the second wave of the pandemic so far.

On April 15 and 16, Telangana’s load of new cases stood at 3,307 and 3,840 respectively.

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