AP preparing to face Karona virus
CM directs health staff to setup isolated wards
After surfacing a Karina positive case in our neighbouring Telangana state, The Andhrapradesh government is alerted and started precautionary measures to face the Karona virus.
Chief Minister Jagan Mohan Reddy on Tuesday conducted a video conference with district collectors and health officials to take preventive measures to stop the spread of the virus and to set up isolation centers in district hospitals.
Jagan said that no case has not yet been registered in the state, and public need not fear about the spread of virus. He asked the people of the state to be prepared to face any situation and advised the health officials to train staff by conducting training programs along with physicians.
The Chief Minister orderered officials to spread awareness in people of the state about the symptoms, treatment of Coronavirus and how it spreads among the people. He advised the officials to distribute pamphlets in each village secretariat for bringing awareness in people. Body and mouth masks should be made available to the people and he directed officials to set up of coordination committees and isolation wards at the district level.