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As the Central and state governments allow phase-wise relaxation in curbs to get the life up and running again following over two months of lockdown to prevent the spread of Covid-19, we bring you the latest updates from your city.
*Two weeks after Telangana allowed offices to operate with 100% workforce, the IT/ITeS sector seems to be in a self-imposed lockdown, with most companies sticking to the work from home (WFH) model.
*Update at 9.32am: 8,171 new Covid-19 cases in India, tally reaches 1,98,706; death toll rises to 5,598 with 204 more fatalities: Union health ministry
*With Telangana recording 199 Covid-19 cases on Sunday – highest number in a single day – Hyderabad continues to be in the red zone.
*Telangana on Monday recorded six deaths and 94 more novel coronavirus cases as health authorities said they were preparing to test all junior doctors of the Osmania Medical College in its effort to contain the virus among medicos.
*Health authorities said the decision to test junior doctors was taken after seven PG doctors tested positive. There are 280 students in two separate hostels. The decision was taken after inquiries revealed that the doctors were exposed to Covid-19 as they were on duty in the hospital.
*Among the 94 cases, Greater Hyderabad had a major share of 79 positive cases, while the spike in Rangareddy district continued with three more cases.
*A man tested positive after he met with an accident in Kothuru mandal of Rangareddy district. After he was admitted in the hospital, it was found that he was infected with the virus.
*After being shut for 40 days, Tolichowki passport seva kendra resumed operations on Monday.