AP continues curbs on inter-state movement of vehicles, people

Our Bureau Hyderbad | Updated on June 01, 2020 Published on June 01, 2020

Andhra Pradesh will continue its curbs on inter-state movement of vehicles and people in the latest phase of Covid-19 induced lockdown which came into effect on Monday.

According to Police Chief DG Sawang, the restrictions on inter-state movement of people will remain in force “till a further decision is taken.”

“Those seeking to come from less coronavirus-affected States will be sent to home quarantine and those from highly- affected States will be sent to institutional quarantine for seven days,’’ he said in a release.

Those coming from other States in private vehicles should obtain an e-pass through the government’s Spandana web portal and undergo medical tests.

After that, if they test positive for Covid-19, they will be sent to hospital or, if negative, for home quarantine for further seven days.

People coming to AP by train will be tested at the railway stations or district reception centres.

According to a bulletin released today, 105 persons have tested positive for Coronavirus in the last twenty four hours taking the total 3,674 .

Of the 105 fresh cases reported, 76 were residents, including eight in SPS Nellore district who contracted the virus from Koyambedu vegetable market in Chennai. So far, 64 have succumbed to the pandemic.

Published on June 01, 2020
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