The 18 seats are spread across Andhra Pradesh, Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh, Manipur, Rajasthan, Gujarat and Meghalaya.
A total of 9,370 samples were tested in the state out of which 98 samples tested positive. With this, the total number of COVID-19 cases in Andhra Pradesh reaches 3,042, including 845 active cases.
The ENC is also coordinating with the state administrations in Odisha and West Bengal to augment rescue and relief operations as needed.
While Maharashtra, with 20,228 cases is the worst-affected state, it is followed by Gujarat with 7,796 and the national capital, Delhi, with 6,542 cases. Tamil Nadu, is marginally behind Delhi with 6,535 cases.
He further said that 10 more fire tenders, including 2 foam tenders, are currently present at the spot and ambulances are ready for any emergency.
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At least eight people have been killed, including a child and about 120 admitted to hospital after styrene gas leak in RR Venkatapuram village
A chemical gas leakage had occurred at the LG Polymers industry in RR Venkatapuram village in Visakhapatnam, according to Tirupathi Rao, District Medical & Health Officer (DMHO).
The Chief Minister enquired about the gas leak incident and directed the district officials to take every possible step to save lives and bring the situation under control.