COVID-19: Lockdown extended to 29 May in Telangana, CM KCR decides, Covid19



So far, a total of 1096 cases of corona virus have been reported in Telangana. State Chief Minister KCR said that 11 new cases were reported here on Tuesday.

New Delhi: The lockdown in Telangana has been extended till 29 May. Chandrasekhar Rao of the state CM made this decision. Explain that the lockdown which is in force in the country in view of the transition of Kovid-19 is only till May 17 but in Telangana it has been extended till May 29. Telangana is the first state in the country to do so.



11 new cases came in the state on Tuesday 

Chief Minister KCR said on Tuesday that a total of 1096 cases of corona virus have been reported in Telangana so far. Of this, 628 patients have recovered after treatment. On Tuesday, 11 new cases have been reported in the state. So far, there are 439 active cases in the state.


Curfew in the state after 7 pm - Chief Minister 
With this, the Chief Minister said that people should complete the purchase of essential items by 6 pm and they should reach their homes. There will be curfew in the state from 7 pm. If anyone is found outside, the police will take action.

All students from classes one to ninth promoted to the next class 

The Telangana government issued an order on Tuesday, promoting all students from class one to ninth without further annual examination. The government order states that this decision was taken after the announcement by the Chief Minister to promote all the students up to class nine in the next class, because the summative assessment examinations for the academic year 2019-20 to prevent the spread of corona virus Could not be retrieved due to enforced lockdown.

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