COVID situation in Telangana was heard in the High Court. The High Court has directed GHMC officials and police to tighten COVID regulations in the state. The AG heard their arguments on behalf of the government. Health Director Srinivasa Rao submitted the report to the court. ‘We are surveying the house, we are paying special attention to those who have a fever,’ the report said.
In three days, 78 lakh fever victims were identified. They are also being provided with medical kits. The report explained that the corona was still in custody in Telangana. At present, the positivity rate is 3.16 percent. In a single district, it does not exceed 10 percent. He explained to the court that there was no condition to enforce night curfew. Night curfew would be imposed if there was a positive rate of more than 10 percent. Corona says they are ready in every way to face it.
If 1.70 lakh people are diagnosed with fever in 3 days. The lawyer for the petitioner told the court to understand the severity of the corona in Telangana. He said the corona kit provided by the government did not contain the medicines required for children. He accused the government of showing false calculations in the case of Corona.
After hearing the arguments of both parties, the High Court directed the GHMC and the police to enforce the corona rules in full force. People do not use masks and do not adhere to social distance. The next hearing is set for May 28. DH was ordered to appear for the next hearing to explain the situation.