The Telangana government lifted lockdown after examining reports submitted by medical and health department officials that COVID-19 cases have come down in the state and the virus is now under control. The decision was taken by the state cabinet in a meeting chaired by Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao on Saturday.
“The number of corona cases in the state, the percentage of positivity has dropped significantly and the corona has come under complete control, the decision was taken after reviewing the reports provided by the medical authorities to lift the lockdown to this extent,” the CMO stated.
The Cabinet also directed the officials of all the departments to completely lift all the regulations imposed during the lockdown. Therefore, the Cabinet has asked the Education Department to start all categories of educational institutions with full preparedness from July 1. The students could appear for classes physically.
Apart from all these Telangana Government cautioned public against negligence towards safety protocols of Covid after relaxation of restrictions. They must adopt self imposed discipline of wearing masks, maintaining social distance and using sanitisers.