A second case of coronavirus was confirmed in Hyderabad. This brings the total number of people infected with deadly viruses in Telangana to two. The patient has a travel history in Italy and has been admitted to Gandhi State Hospital in the city for quarantine. Samples of two others with suspicious symptoms of the virus were sent to the National Institute of Virology (NIV) in Pune. The Chief Minister has convened a meeting with senior officials to discuss the situation of COVID-19. Noting that some states in the country have taken measures such as the temporary closure of cinemas, shopping malls and educational institutions to contain the spread of viral disease, the chief minister said that a cabinet meeting had been summoned to complete his share course. A 24-year-old software professional, who was the state’s first COVID-19 patient, was released from hospital Friday night after his recovery.
Hyderabad A new case of a third person with coronavirus (COVID-19) was confirmed on Sunday in Hyderabad by officials from the Telangana health department. The patient, isolated, had gone to the Netherlands. The development comes a day after another person, who had recently traveled to Italy, also tested positive for the virus. The two are currently isolated at Gandhi State Hospital. The 24-year-old IT worker, who had previously tested positive, recovered after his tests showed the same thing a few days ago. Resident of Mahindra Hills in Secunderabad, his case was discovered a few weeks ago, after his recent trip to Dubai and his return.
So far we have had three positive cases and so far two people have been isolated. Today one person who has been to the Netherlands has also tested positive for the virus. We have also found the people he came in contact with, said Dr. Prabhakar Reddy, who is currently monitoring all cases of coronavirus at Gandhi Hospital. According to data provided by the state government, nearly 62,000 have been tested to date for new coronavirus disease in Telangana, three of which were positive. Last week, the government also decided to close all educational institutions until March 31. Other than that, no permits will be granted for public gatherings, rallies, exhibitions, trade shows and other events for the next few days.
Telangana chief minister K. Chandrshekhar Rao (KCR), at a press conference after a review last Saturday, said the situation will be reviewed after which restrictions will be relaxed. Chairing a meeting of a high-powered committee and later a cabinet meeting, he also sanctioned 500 million rupees to control the spread of COVID-19. Before that, in addition to the three confirmed cases, another woman, a DSM Shared Services employee located at Raheja Mindspace Technology Park, had initially tested positive for the virus earlier this month. This caused panic throughout the IT sector of Hyderabad, known as a high-tech city. However, his tests from the National Institute of Virology, the final authority, were negative, after which the situation calmed down. While many companies in Hyderabad require their employees to work from home, others operate normally, although with certain precautions. The establishments like the pubs of the city also function as usual.
Chief Minister said state cabinet will meet in the afternoon (6 p.m.) to decide whether schools, shopping malls and public places should be closed and other measures should be taken to control the spread of the coronavirus. Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao informed the state legislature that a positive case, a person with a travel history in Italy, was admitted to Gandhi hospital and samples of two other suspected cases were sent in Pune with the final reports. waiting. The Chief Minister called on people not to panic when the government is ready to control the coronavirus. If necessary, 5 billion rupees would be spent on precautionary measures, he said. Quarantine facilities have been identified with a 150-room forestry academy in Dulapally and a tourist guesthouse with 30 suites in Vikarabad, among other remote locations in the state. A high-level committee of senior IPS IPS executives, IFS officers discuss what other states are doing and instructions from the central government on the issue, and what Telangana should do. He will send his report to Cabinet in the afternoon on which basis the Cabinet will make a decision. More than 200 health officials are conducting screening tests at Shamshabad Rajiv Gandhi International Airport. The virus spreads from places that have mainly international connectivity, said the Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao.
CM K Chandrasekhar Rao said that viruses like the crown have occurred once in 100 years. In 1819, the Spanish flu killed around 12 million rupees worldwide, including 1.04 million rupees in India. These statistics are based on old newspaper articles and other documents and are subject to correction. The Prime Minister also clarified that he quoted a scientist who told him that the coronavirus does not survive more than 27 degrees Celsius and that the paracetamol tablet is sufficient to treat the coronavirus. This does not mean that the state government is not ready. We have taken this matter very seriously and have taken all measures to prevent the spread of the virus. I did not want to cause panic among the people. But I want to assure the people of this house that the government is fully prepare. Stating that there is no immediate fear in Telangana due to the coronavirus, the CM said that 500 flights depart and depart from Hyderabad RGI Airport daily and that Thousands of people get in and out of trains, buses and private vehicles. More than 10,000 freight vehicles come and go from Hyderabad daily. Greater Hyderabad is one of the country’s six metropolitan cities and the government of State cannot sit and watch as a spectator.
Over the past 12 days, we have worked tirelessly to take steps to control the spread of the virus, he said. even developed countries with the latest scientific and technological advances were brought to their knees by the virus. Therefore spending 5 billion rupees was not the problem, but what steps are being taken to check if the he virus spread to Hyderabad by the man who died in Karnataka due to the coronavirus. The Prime Minister asked Congress not to politicize the issue and assured people that all measures would be taken to control the spread of the virus. The Chief Minister also announced the closure of all the wedding venues, but said those who had already booked until March 31 could go ahead with their plans, but will be allowed to invite 200 guests. No permit would be granted for meetings, demonstrations, fairs, seminars and exhibitions. All sporting events would be canceled and all indoor and outdoor stadiums, swimming pools and gymnasiums would be closed, said KCR.
The Chief Minister warned of serious actions against sellers of rumors on social media and mainstream media about false reports. Up to 1,020 beds have been prepared in seclusion rooms and 321 beds in intensive care units with 240 ventilators. We have also created four quarantine hospitals to deal with the fear of the virus, he said. The Chief Minister has hinted that the current budget session, which was originally scheduled to continue until March 20, may be interrupted. It will end after discussion with the president, he said. The chief minister said that although there is no major threat of coronavirus in Telangana at this time, he could not remain isolated when everyone was affected.
Hyderabad is the sixth largest metropolitan city with dynamic life. People from different parts of the country and the world come to Hyderabad daily by plane, train, bus and other means of transportation. That’s why we have to be more careful, said KCR.
He said that up to 200 medical experts had been stationed at Rajiv Gandhi International Airport in Hyderabad to monitor leaflets from abroad and those with symptoms sent to hospitals for isolation and testing. The Telangana Producers Council, which met in the city on Saturday, took stock of the situation in state theaters, which have seen a reduced footprint in recent days. “They announced the closure of all cinemas until March 31,” said camera president and former lawmaker M Murali Mohan.