Health Minister Vijaya Bhaskar Says 75,000 Beds ready for Covid TreatmentSivaranjani Soundararaj (Author) Published Date : Jul 14, 2020 11:46 IST
CoronaVirus shakes the public as well as the authorities working in tough times all over the world. Likewise, three members of the Tamil Nadu Legislative Assembly tested positive to the deadly contagion amidst high protection. Ministers such as Minister Selloor Raja, Minister of Electricity and Prohibition and Excise P. Thangamani and Minister of Higher Education K.P. Anbazhagan acquired CoVid hiking the threat among the co-workers to undergo a medical check-up.
On that note, Chief Minister Edappadi K. Palanisamy, who met Thangamani a day before he test positive along with other workers of Legislative assembly, underwent CoVid testing today and everyone resulted in negative lowering the prevailed tension.
Hearing negative about the pandemic contagion, C.M confirms today's plan to travel to various districts such as Erode, Salem and Krishnagiri for official works and forecast the CoronaVirus duties which are carried in cities.
Apart from all, CoronaVirus lockdown in Tamil Nadu and the Indian States is beyond counting as the cases increase day by day due to the inaccurate vaccination. However, the Tamil Nadu government resumes halting of public transport until the end of the proposed curfew i.e., July 31, 2020.
It is known that the government notified July 15 for the public transport to run inside the districts, but the hiking mortality every day with rapid new cases holds the decision beyond time.
With Chennai and Madurai topping the CoVid count rate daily, Tamil Nadu marks 4328 new cases along with 66 deaths yesterday alone amounting the total state's count to 1,42,798 in which 78,573 total cases in Chennai district alone.
Meanwhile, Health Minister Vijaya Bhaskar advised the public not to panic about the pandemic situation. He also stated that 75,000 beds are made available in every nook and corner of the State's Hospital and public auditoriums for treatment.
Health Minister Vijaya Bhaskar Says 75,000 Beds ready for Covid Treatment