Godavari stream ascending to threat mark, CM sets up control rooms in Telangana
Telangana is yet to recover from the harm that COVID-19 is causing in the state and the substantial downpour there has presently added to the troubles. The Godavari stream in the state is rising near the peril level and the state can observe floods should the water level go up.
A few territories of Telangana were overflowed because of the overwhelming downpours and the condition can go from awful to more awful for the individuals there. K Chandrasekhar Rao, the Chief Minister of Telangana, has been observing the circumstance and has set up control rooms.
"The Chief Minister checked on the downpour and flood circumstance at the Pragathi Bhavan and talked with the Chief Secretary, the Director-General of Police and the Ministers, and requested the setting up of two control rooms in Hyderabad. He additionally trained Ministers to organize with the Collectors and police authorities all the time," his office said in an announcement, according to ANI.
The individuals and authorities will trust that this circumstance improves in the coming days. Then, the quantity of COVID-19 cases dropped in Telangana as 1,102 individuals tried positive there. The decline in the testing limit is the explanation for the drop in the number of cases. The state authorities have been leading more than 20,000 tests for quite a while now. On Saturday, they gathered 12120 examples.
The most recent increment has incurred significant damage of COVID-19 cases in the state to 91,361. 1,830 individuals recouped and were released from the medical clinics. An aggregate of 68,126 have recouped from the disease there.
Hyderabad, the most noticeably terrible hit city there, represented 234 cases. Low testing is the explanation for a plunge there. The number of cases had dropped in Hyderabad however the city as of late saw another spike in the number of cases. Aside from Hyderabad, Rangareddy and Warangal Urban are representing most cases.