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Andhra Pradesh Govt Imposes Night Curfew

keeping in view of a growing number of Covid virus cases, The state government has issued orders imposing night curfew in Andhra Pradesh. The night curfew will be in force from 11 pm in the night till 5 am in the morning.

The state government has also asked all theatre management to screen their shows with 50 per cent occupancy. It has made it clear that face masks will be a mandatory requirement for all those who venture out of their houses. The orders have been issued following a review meeting chaired by the chief minister of the state YS Jaganmohan Reddy.

The CM held discussions with the officials of the state government about the steps needed to prevent the spread of the deadly virus. The officials explained to the CM about the manner of the spread of the virus across the country. They told the CM that those who tested positive to the virus were suffering from mild symptoms.

Jagan asked the officials to take suitable precautions in the administration of the medicines for the treatment of the virus including its new variant omicron. He also asked them to make necessary changes in the home kits being given to the Covid affected patients. The CM asked the officials to keep adequate stocks of the medicines in the state. The CM asked the officials to strengthen the emergency service 104 call centre and added that the officials of the centre should respond to the complaints immediately.

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He also asked them to prepare Covid care Centers for the treatment of the Covid patients. He made it clear that there should be a Covid care centre for every assembly constituency and added that the centres should have all kinds of infrastructure. He made it clear that all Covid prevention steps should be strictly implemented. He said that fines should be imposed on those who don’t wear face masks. He asked the officials to take steps for ensuring the gatherings of only 200 people in public places and 100 people at indoor events.



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