Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao today instructed the health ministry and other relevant officials to take more measures to check the spread of the coronavirus in Telangana.
At a high level review at Pragathi Bhavan with Health Minister Etala Rajender and officials of the department, the CM expressed concern on the steep rise in cases in the state after the Nizamuddin Markaz program.
The cases in the state have been steeply rising after the program in New Delhi in the second week of March which saw many people from Telangana attend.
People returning from that meeting are over 100 of the coronavirus count of the state. Right now the coronavirus cases in Telangana are 272, with 11 deaths. The recoveries are at 33.
The Chief Minister reiterated that supply of essential commodities to migrant workers, the poor and the white ration card holders was of utmost importance.
"Ensure that the working class and the poor do not suffer from hunger, and also ensure accommodation to them," he directed the officials.
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