Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao, describing the likely discharge of 11 corona patients whose final results had come out negative on Sunday as good news for the State, said the 58 other patients undergoing treatment were also in good condition.

Stating that a total of 25,937 persons were under surveillance while undergoing home quarantine by 5,746 teams, the Chief Minister said their quarantine period would start ending from March 30 and by April 7, all of them would be off the radar.

Giving details of the number of persons who would have completed their home quarantine date-wise, Rao said on March 30, surveillance would be lifted on 1,899 persons, 1,440 persons on March 31, 1,461 on April 1, 1,887 on April 2, 1,476 on April 3, 1,453 on April 4, 914 on April 5, 454 on April 6 and 397 persons on April 7. “Hopefully, there will not be many more new cases,” he added.

The Chief Minister, reaching out to the migrant labour in the State, said there were a total of 12,436 teams working in various sectors in the State. Combined, they account for 3.35 lakh labourers and all of them have been identified, and every care would be taken to ensure that they do not suffer on any count, he said, adding that most of them were from Bihar, Chhattisgarh, Odisha and Tamil Nadu.

Stating that the situation was very precarious, the Chief Minister said it was imperative that people cooperate with the government and its endeavour to contain the spread of coronavirus. “We have not faced this kind of situation anywhere in the history,” he added.

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