Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao is consecutively attending press meets and clearing the air about all confusions riling up. On Sunday, he said 70 coronavirus positive cases were reported in the state while 11 have been cured and tested negative and will be discharged on Monday.
Speaking at a press conference, CM said: “All the necessary diagnosis is done and the patients are undergoing some formalities because they are not discharged immediately in spite of cure. 58 people are under treatment.”
“25,937 people, who arrived from other countries, are under the government’s supervision. The quarantine period of these people will be completed by April 7,”he added. He gave a ballpark figure for the quarantined people who are going to be discharged on a daily basis till the 7th .
“After April 7, no corona virus patients will be there if no new cases are reported from now. Self quarantine plays a key role in this lockdown period,” he said.
Many labors’ who are from many other states are working with no income source are in a few districts mostly doing menial works. They are working for our state development and are considered as good as state development partners. All the medical care, food and shelter will be provided and mostly marriage halls will be accommodated with three feet distance maintaining per individual, said CM.
Talking about farmers’ yield, the Chief Minister said: “As already said, all the grains will be bought from the villages by the government and guarantees a ₹3,200 crore to the market. The crop should be brought according to the given coupon date. If we maintain this discipline, we can combat the spreading of coronavirus.”
It’s reported that the Centre for cellular and molecular biology is training first batch of medical students from NIMS, IPM, Govt fever hospital on molecular biology to prep up for Covid-19 diagnostic testing. “For COVID-19, all the concerned doctors, nurses, medical graduates will be pooled up. They are welcome to serve the State at any point of time,” said KCR.