Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy announced on Wednesday that internet access will be available in 4,530 villages with unlimited bandwidth by December 31.
During Spandana’s videoconference with district collectors and police superintendents, he also said homework would soon be available in villages and called on officials to take action to complete construction of digital libraries in the area. ‘here there.
He also said the Covid positivity rate fell from 25.56% to 2.5% while the recovery rate improved to 98.63%. He cautioned against neglecting to 100% vaccination, however, and ordered authorities to take strict action against violating Covid protocols. He said teaching hospitals and hospitals should be prepared for the third wave and the necessary equipment and drugs should be made available.
The chief minister also said that the required staff should be made available to village clinics, PHCs, CHCs, area hospitals and district hospitals from November 15 and that deputations should be completely canceled. He called on the authorities to ensure oxygen production plants in private hospitals with more than 100 beds.
He said the state government would be able to give at least one dose of vaccine to 3.5 million people by November 30 and two doses by February 2022 and asked collectors to focus on the vaccination process. He also called on the authorities to focus on malaria, dengue, diarrhea and typhoid.
Reddy said he would visit and inspect village secretariats from December. It will be suggested that MPs visit four secretariats per week starting next month.
He instructed collectors to visit two secretariats each week, and joint collectors, city commissioners, ITDA project officers and sub-collectors should inspect four secretariats per week.
The chief minister said the citizen outreach program should be conducted on the last Friday and Saturday of each month starting September 24 and added that brochures with details on welfare schemes, services and Important phone numbers should be distributed to people to make people aware of government activities.
He asked officials to focus on pending court cases related to the distribution of residential sites and said cases had risen from 834 to 758 since the last Spandana conference and 76 cases had been resolved in the benefit more than 8,000 people.
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