Andhra Pradesh : Government to give financial aid to orphan children due to Covid

May 18 2021 11:06 AM
Andhra Pradesh :  Government to give financial aid to orphan children due to Covid

Amid Increasing Corona cases in State, Andhra Pradesh government has decided to extend the partial lockdown till 31st May. Let us share that it also decided to prepare an action plan to take measures to help the children who lost their parents due to Covid. In this regard Chief Minister Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy instructed the officials to deposit Rs 10 lakh in the bank accounts of orphans so that the monthly interest will be used to fulfill their basic needs.

For your information let us share that Chief Minister who reviewed the Covid situation in the state on Monday was told about the new threat of black fungus raising its ugly head following the use of steroids in Covid positive patients. He also asked them to intensify fever survey and provide medical facilities to those tested positive.

While apart from this the officials said they have requested the Central government to allot an oxygen express with 80 MT capacity every day from Jamnagar and also requested the Karnataka government to supply at least 130 MT oxygen from Bellary. They said eight ISO containers have reached the state while another two yet to come. Referring to vaccination, the officials informed the Chief Minister that a total of 75,99,960 vaccine doses were received from the Centre, of which 62,60,400 doses are of Covishield and 3,39,560 were Covaxin.

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