Nizamabad: Telangana government is taking all measures to control Covid-19, supervising 24/7 medical services to provide better treatment to people following the orders of Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao, said Housing Minister Vemula Prashanth Reddy.
On Thursday, the Minister, along with Armoor MLA Jeevan Reddy and Nizamabad Collector Narayana Reddy, inspected Nizamabad, Armoor and Bodhan government hospitals, supervised the medical services and interacted with patients on quality of treatment.
On the occasion, the Minister said that erstwhile Nizamabad had seen a decrease in the severity of Covid cases due to better medical services provided by the health staff. He informed that on the request of Armoor MLA Jeevan Reddy, oxygen facility was made available to 100 beds to help Armoor and Balkonda Assembly constituency people. People should utilise this benefit instead of visiting private nursing homes, he added.
Later, the Minister visited Nizamabad GGH, inspected Covid wards in the hospital and instilled hope among patients. He expressed gratitude to medical, nursing and sanitation staff for providing better services to the people by putting their lives at risk. The Minister appealed to the patients and their relatives to co-operate with the medical staff in breaking the virus chain.
The Minister also inspected Nizamabad Urban MLA Bigala Ganesh Gupta’s free meal initiative at Arvapaly Purushottam Gupta function hall and appreciated the MLA for serving free meals daily to 1,500 Covid patients and their relatives.
NUDA Chairman Prabhakar Reddy among others were present.
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