Andhra Pradesh imposes partial curfew for 14 days amid Covid surge. Details here

Day after Andhra Pradesh’s each day Covid-19 tally breached the 20,000-mark for the primary time, the state authorities has imposed a partial curfew for 14 days beginning 5 Could.

Retailers within the state will stay open each day from 6 am to 12 pm and solely important companies shall be allowed. Part 144 may even be in place from 6 am to 12 pm day by day.

At a high-level evaluate assembly on the prevailing Covid-19 state of affairs, state Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy introduced this choice.

For the previous few days, an evening curfew from 10 pm to five am is in power within the state to comprise the lethal virus.

However with the variety of circumstances rising in file numbers each day, the Chief Minister determined to impose additional restrictions to interrupt the chain, the sources mentioned.

On Sunday, the each day Covid-19 tally breached the 20,000-mark for the primary time in AP as a brand new file variety of 1,14,299 assessments turned out 23,920 recent positives in 24 hours.

The state additionally reported 83 Covid-19 fatalities and 11,411 recoveries in 24 hours, the most recent bulletin mentioned.

The Covid-19 chart now confirmed a gross 11,45,022 positives, 9,93,708 recoveries and eight,136 deaths to date.

There at the moment are 1,43,178 energetic circumstances within the state, the bulletin added.

Chittoor district reported the very best variety of 2,945 new circumstances, adopted by East Godavari 2,831, Srikakulam 2,724, Kurnool 2,516 and Guntur 2,384.

Six districts added new circumstances between 1,000 and a pair of,000 every and two districts registered lower than a thousand every.

East Godavari reported 12 recent Covid-19 fatalities, Visakhapatnam, Anantapuramu and Krishna eight every, Prakasam and Vizianagaram seven every, Chittoor, SPS Nellore, Srikakulam and West Godavari six every in a day.

Guntur noticed 5 and Kurnool 4 extra deaths.

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