The state government has taken a key decision to control COVID Second Wave in Andhra Pradesh. Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy held a review of the situation and has discussed measures to reduce the number of corona cases in the state and to avoid a shortage of beds.
It was decided to impose a daytime curfew from the day after tomorrow (Wednesday) to curb the spread of corona. Shops will be allowed only from 6 AM to 12 PM. Only Emergency services will be available after 12 PM. Section 144 will be in force at that time.
These sanctions will be enforced for two weeks. A G.O. will be issued later today with all the rules. It is known to our readers that a night curfew is already in place in the state. According to the medical bulletin released last evening, the state has recorded 23,920 cases in a single day.Follow @THEPANIPURI