In spite of the fact that Andhra Pradesh is yet report any positive coronavirus case, Chief Minister Y.S. Jagan Mohan Reddy on Friday chose to distribute Rs 200 crore to meet any exigency.
He additionally chose to distribute Rs 60 crore for setting up extraordinary wards in Vijayawada and Anantapur for the reason.
At a gathering with high ranking representatives, the Chief Minister audited the measures being taken to forestall the conceivable spread of coronavirus.
Authorities said that individuals originating from different nations are as a rule completely screened at the air terminals. Each one of those coming back from abroad are being approached to be under perception for 14 days.
The authorities said that 20 out of the 24 presumed cases in the state have turned negative, while the subtleties of the staying four are anticipated.
The infection can be forestalled by extraordinary consideration on cleanliness and individual consideration. It has been discovered that solitary 5 percent of the constructive cases turn basic, all the more so when an individual is experiencing some illness, authorities said.
In any event 6,927 people, who showed up from abroad, were screened at Visakhapatnam air terminal till March 5. This separated, 790 people who arrived in Visakhapatnam port, 469 in Krishnapatnam port and 60 people at the Gannavaram air terminal have been screened. Specialists are being prepared to deal with the screening tests, authorities said.
They likewise said that 351 beds have been kept prepared, while 47 ventilators, 12,444 individual defensive gear and 1.10 lakh covers have been obtained to meet any exigency. Likewise, orders have been put to get 12,000 individual defensive hardware and 50,000 veils. Disconnection wards are being orchestrated away from all the significant clinics.
Super-forte medical clinics in Vijayawada and Ananthapur have been approached to deal with coronavirus cases. Ambulances have been kept prepared to convey suspected coronavirus cases to the emergency clinics and the vehicles would be totally sanitized once a patient is dropped at the medical clinic.
The Chief Minister advised the authorities not to make alarm among the individuals, yet to illuminate them about the safety measures should have been taken to forestall the spread of the infection, and to set up a call place to promptly take up preventive measures. He likewise guided the authorities to include town secretariats in making mindfulness among the individuals about the infection.
In the mean time, Deputy Chief Minister and state Health Minister Alla Kali Krishna Srinivas said that assaults were being directed on clinical stores for selling veils at a more significant expense. Arguments have been enrolled against two or three clinical stores.