Hyderabad, June 19 (MNN) The Telangana government on Saturday decided to revoke the coronavirus lockdown clamped across the state from June 20 morning due to a significant decrease in new cases and also ordered reopening of educational institutions from July 1.
The Cabinet decided to lift the lockdown completely after examining the reports given by medical authorities that corona cases and positivity percentage had decreased significantly in the state and the pandemic had come under full control, the government said.
The Cabinet ordered officials of all departments concerned to lift all types of regulations imposed during the lockdown.
There will also be no night curfew in the southern state.
Also, schools and other educational institutions would reopen from July 1, allowing students to attend classes.
The Chief Minister’s Office said that the decision to open educational institutions in
Telangana was taken after reports by Medical and Health Department officials on the pandemic situation.
The Cabinet appealed to the people to cooperate so as to protect themselves and pointed out that Covid appropriate behaviour like face masks, sanitisers and physical distance would have to be followed.