Coronavirus cases drops in Telangana: Srinivas rao

Hyderabad, Oct.11 (Maxim News): The State Director of Public Health (DPH) Dr. Srinivas Rao today said that the cases of Coronavirus had come down in Telangana during the last three months.

Speaking to media persons at his office in the city, he said that the recovery rate of the Covid infected patients had also gone up in the state. He said that the state was witnessing pre-covid virus situation and added that the state was getting back to normal life . Citing the upcoming festival season for the next three months , he urged the people of the state to be on alert and take requisite steps to prevent the spread of the virus.

He made it clear that the corona virus had not disappeared completely from the state and added that those with Covid symptoms should undergo covid detection tests . He said that the all people should wear face masks and warned that the virus would infect an entire family if any of the member showed negligence towards the virus .

Telangana govt asks people to take Coronavirus precautions during festivals

Telangana govt asks people to take Coronavirus precautions during festivals
Telangana govt asks people to take Coronavirus precautions during festivals

The State health department on Monday has urged people to take precautions from Covid-19 during the upcoming season of festivals.

While the daily Covid infections in Telangana have dropped considerably and are hovering between 150 and 200 positive cases, the upcoming months between October and December could prove to be crucial in ensuring there is no resurgence of fresh Covid infections, senior health officials said.

“Compliance to masks has gone down drastically among the public. Whether it is shopping, attending festivities in temples or taking part in the weekend fun day at Tank Bund, the fact is that adherence to Covid appropriate behaviour among the public has gone down considerably. We urge people to ensure they take precautions between October and December and do not allow SARS-CoV-2 to get another foothold in the community,” Director of Public Health (DPH) Dr G Srinivasa Rao on Monday said. ((Maxim News))

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