Complete lockdown imposed in Andhra Pradesh’s Narasaraopet as Covid-19 cases rise


The covid19 cases are rises all over the country. The government are trying its best to control the spread of the virus. They gave lots of rules and regulations to the people to control the spread of covid19 pandemic situation.

In India, covid19 cases are still increasing in many states. The state government also imposed very strict rules to control the spread of covid19. Likewise, Andhra Pradesh’s also came in this list.

The number of covid19 cases in the state is increasing still now. So the government take a decision to control the spread of the virus. A complete lockdown has been imposed in Narasaraopet town of Guntur district in Andhra Pradesh’s from Friday onwards to control the cases of covid19.

MLA Gopireddy said that the decision was taken due to the number of cases are rising in the town for the past ten days, he said this in the Municipal Guesthouse. And also he added that the lockdown might be continuing for ten days. He said, very soon 200 beds will be set up in the town.


The number of cases in the Andhra State is 38,044. Still, now the cases are rising only. So the government take this decision. People must give their cooperation with the government to come out of this pandemic situation.

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