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By Vinershea | Apr 30, 2020 04:00 PM

With more than 100 positive cases reported in the state on Wednesday, Tamil Nadu has now touched the 2000-mark of the deadly coronavirus case. Currently, the total tally has gone up to 2,162 while the death toll is 27. 

tn reports more than 100 Covid19 cases for two consecutive days

As per an Indian Express report, out of the 102 cases reported in the state, 94 are from Chennai itself. Amid the rise in cases, a total of 1,210 patients were discharged after treatment across Tamil Nadu. Meanwhile, the state’s recovery rate is 56 percent and the mortality rate stands at 1.25 percent. Reports also suggest that, the highest number of cases have been reported between the age group 13 to 60. 

Taking a look at the death toll, Tamil Nadu reported two deaths yesterday. A 65-year-old man and 27-year-old man, who died while undergoing treatment at the Rajiv Gandhi Government Hospital and Kasturba Gandhi Hospital respectively.

Other than Chennai, there is Chengalpattu with four cases, three in Kancheepuram, two in Villupuram, and one in Tiruvallur who tested positive. Taking a close look at the city, it has no virus-free zones; the worst-hit area is Royapuram with 164 cases, Thiru Vi Ka Nagar has 128 cases, Teynampet has 81, Tondiarpet 70, Anna Nagar 65 and Kodambakkam 60.

With the continuous rise in cases, the state government had issued a four-day lockdown in Chennai, Madurai and Coimbatore corporations. So far, 25 districts are categorised as ‘Hot Spots’ in Tamil Nadu and have been also placed in the Red Zone while 11 districts are in the Orange Zone. Krishnagiri, is the only district in the Green Zone.

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