Second wave of Corona still in control in Telangana: Health Minister


The Corona epidemic is in its second wave. In this second wave, most states are reporting significant increases in infections across the country. In this dispute, Telangana Health Minister Etala Rajender said that corona infection in Telangana is under control. He also clarified that all should follow the widespread use of masks, physical disturbances and hand hygiene to keep fresh infections under control in the state and avoid stress on the infrastructure of health facilities.

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In a media reporting, the Health Minister said that “Telangana shares a long border with Maharashtra and it is no surprise that we too are seeing an increase in Kovid cases. Hyderabad is a metropolitan city and people from all states come and live here. Therefore, there is definitely going to be an upsurge in the cases around Hyderabad and other urban centers in Telangana. However, unlike other states, the second wave in the state is still under control, ”he said.

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However, it should be noted here that Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao and a high-level technical expert committee were constantly monitoring the situation. The minister said “At present, there is no serious upsurge of Kovid cases to prompt us to impose severe sanctions. From time to time, the developmental situation will be assessed by the Chief Minister and appropriate decisions will be taken.

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