Telangana Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao ruled that there won’t be any more lockdown in Telangana state. Addressing the Assembly, Kcr said that the decision to impose closure on educational institutions came in the milieu of rising Coronavirus cases in the state, but the government has not plans to impose such restrictions on other sectors.
Kcr added that the state has already incurred huge looses owing to the pandemic. “Not just Telangana state but the entire nation has suffered huge losses owing to the pandemic. And right now there is thought of imposing further lockdown in the state, but people have to follow Covid safety norms in practice to curb the virus,” said Kcr.
Kcr ruled hat self control and self discipline is the only way to practice safety and curb the spread of the virus. He also spoke about the vaccines getting from the Centre. He said that Telangana is also getting its share of vaccines duly from the Union government and will get all the population vaccinated from the received vaccines so far.