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No lockdown in state; people should strictly follow Covid-19 safety norms: Telangana CM

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Assuring the people of state that there will no lockdown imposition in regards of Covid-19, Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao has also said to people for strictly following Covid-19 safety norms and avoid mass gatherings.

Addressing the Assembly on Friday, the Chief Minister said the government was forced to close the schools temporarily as a precautionary measure to safeguard children in the wake of increasing Corona cases. He said the State government has no immediate plans to impose any further restrictions on other sectors, but wanted all the people to strictly follow Covid-19 safety norms.

CM K Chandrashekhar Rao also said that entire world was suffering due to the adverse impact of Coronavirus and Telangana was not immune to this affect. However, but Telangana was one of the best performing States which contained the spread of the virus effectively. He said the State also performed well in terms of spreading of Covid and also economic growth.

CM Rao stated that about 10.85 lakh people have been vaccinated as per guidelines issued by the Union government. “Prime Minister Narendra Modi and other officials from the Centre are in constant touch with the State government. The vaccines are being released equally between all the States and Telangana too is getting its quota of vaccines in a timely manner. We will vaccinate the entire population of the State as per the vaccines received,” he added.

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