The Andhra Pradesh government on Monday announced that it has extended the COVID-19 curfew in the state till June 10. The announcement was made by Chief Minister’s Office.
YS Jagan Mohan Reddy has conducted a review on coronavirus conditions in Andhra Pradesh and has decided to extend the curfew until June 10 amid rise in coronavirus cases. The present daily relaxation from 6 am to 12 pm, for the public to shop for essentials continues.
Chief Minister Jaganmohan Reddy directed the officials to vaccinate the students going abroad for studies and also the people traveling overseas on work visas and provide them a certificate stating so
Officials explained that the Covid-19 positivity rate which was at 25.56 per cent on May 16 is now about 16 per cent. They added that active cases have reduced from two lakhs to 1.6 lakh. The recovery rate has also significantly improved from 84.32 per cent on May 7 to 90 per cent at present.