Andhra Pradesh: The total number of infected people in the state has increased to 16 lakh 85 thousand 142. Out of which 15 lakh 8 thousand 515 patients have recovered. At the same time, the infection has killed 10,832 people.
Andhra Pradesh has seen a decline in coronary heart disease cases. But the epidemic has not stopped. More than ten thousand cases of corona are coming here every day. Seeing this, the state government has increased the curfew in Andhra Pradesh till June 10. This information has been given by the Chief Minister’s Office. Curfew rules will remain in place as before.
In the last 24 hours, 13,400 new patients of Kovid were found in Andhra Pradesh. The epidemic killed 94 more patients. In the last 24 hours, 21,133 people were also infected. Since then, the total number of healthy people in the state has risen to more than 15 million. At the same time, there has been a decline in new cases over the past week.
The total number of infected people in the state has increased to 16 lakh 85 thousand 142. Out of which 15 lakh 8 thousand 515 patients have recovered. At the same time, the infection has killed 10,832 people. There are currently 1,65,795 patients undergoing treatment in the state. The highest number of 2,598 new cases in the state has been reported from East Godavari district. This was followed by 1,971 new cases from Chittor, 1,215 from Ananthapuram and 1,054 from Visakhapatnam.
Preparations began in anticipation of the third wave
The Andhra Pradesh government has started preparations to deal with the third wave of Corona virus and the possibility of it affecting children in large numbers. In this direction, a task force has been constituted to advise the government on all technical and medical issues and to prepare various protocols.
The task force will look into facilities in hospitals, oxygen masks for children, medicines and other issues and make necessary recommendations. Chief Secretary (Health) Anil Kumar Singh said the task force would have to submit its preliminary report within a week.