AP distributes free mask amidst COVID19 rise. Andhra Pradesh recorded 38 more covid-19 cases on Friday, taking the state’s absolute cases to 572.
The most recent cases are from Ananthapur (5), Chittoor (5), Guntur (4), Kadpa (1), Krishna (4), Kurnool (13) and Nellore regions.
Thirty five individuals have so far recuperated and have been released post treatment from different areas, while 14 others have died. Out of the 13 locale, Guntur and Kurnool have the most noteworthy number of cases at 126 each, trailed by Nellore (62). The three areas together record for the greater part of the all out cases in the state. As per a media announcement from AP, there are 523 dynamic cases in the state.
On Thursday, Andhra Pradesh chief minister Y.S. Jagan Mohan Reddy had requested authorities to give monetary help of ₹2,000 each to the poor who finished their isolate period. In a survey meeting, he told authorities that the individuals who get the money related help ought to be encouraged to purchase nutritious, nourishment like milk, vegetables, eggs, and so forth.
A press release from Reddy’s office said self help groups should be given the responsibility to manufacture protective masks. Three masks will likewise be given to each person in the state from Friday. The AP government has additionally distinguished 141 covid-19 bunches and set up regulation zones to prevent the infection from spreading. A senior authority from the state government, who would not like to be named, said the vast majority of the cases announced in AP are connected to the strict assemblage at Markaz Nizamudin a month ago. Upwards of 42 mandals out of the all out 676 across 13 areas of AP have been pronounced red zones and have been cordoned-off.
In neighboring Telangana, 50 new cases were accounted for on Thursday, taking the count in the state to 700. While there are 496 dynamic cases in the state starting at 16 April, 186 individuals have recuperated and 18 have passed on up until this point. On Thursday, Telangana K. Chandrashekhar Rao led a bureau meeting to examine lockdown relaxations in the state as sketched out by the Center.