AP govt releases health bulletin on COVID-19, eighth cases reported on Wednesday
The Andhra Pradesh government has released a health bulletin on Coronavirus on Wednesday.
The Andhra Pradesh government has released a health bulletin on Coronavirus on Wednesday. Officials said that as many as eight positive cases were reported across the state. Seven of them were reported to be served from abroad. The official has focussed on those who have come in contact with the foreign returnees also at the residences where the COVID-19 positive patients moved.
As per the latest news, the government would hold a comprehensive survey today and tomorrow throughout the state with the help of volunteers to record the health details of everyone in the family member.
Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy, on the other hand, is reviewed the issue with Deputy CM Alla Nani, CS Neelam Sawhney, DGP Sawang, medical health officials and other senior officials at the CM Camp Office in Tadepalli and discussed the coronavirus and Lockdown.
Chief Minister Jagan Mohan Reddy's urged the people to be careful and not to panic as there are no new positive cases. However, he also advised the officials to be vigilant to take necessary measures to contain the coronavirus spread.
All those who have returned to the AP from abroad have been issued self-restraint notices. The effort has begun on war foot to control the virus. The suspects are advised to dial control room if they found any symptoms.