The government of Andhra Pradesh has extended the Covid curfew till June 10. The Covid curfew was imposed on May 5 in order to contain the rapid spread of Covid cases and later the same was extended till May 31.
Addressing a review meeting here on Monday, Chief Minister Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy announced the extension of Covid curfew till June 10.
The officials apprised the Chief Minister that there were 2,632 positive cases of Coronavirus in 10 lakh population in the urban areas and 1859 positive cases in the rural areas.
The officials told the Chief Minister that the registering of positive cases has come down considerably in the state. They informed him that on May 16, the registering of positive cases was 25.56 per cent and on May 30 the same had declined to 15.91. The officials told the Chief Minister that the active cases had also dwindled considerably, at the same time, the recovery rate had increased.
The officials informed the Chief Minister that they had identified 92 children who had lost their parents due to Coronavirus and the officials had made Rs.10 lakh fixed deposit to 43 children.