To contain the spread of COVID-19, the Andhra Pradesh government declared holidays for all educational institutions from Thursday till March 31.
Andhra chief minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy reviewed the situation at a high-level meeting with top officials of the state.
Holidays for the educational institutions were declared to strengthen the ongoing measures to prevent and contain Covid-19 in the state, says additional chief secretary PV Ramesh.
Andhra has not yet announced closure of parks, gyms, clubs or imposed any prohibitory orders to contain the spread of coronavirus.
According to the state officials, out of 102 samples tested so far, 90 were found negative. Furthermore, the state has reported only one Covid-19 positive case.
Officials also said 20 people were under hospital admissions while 586 were under home isolation.
Preventative measures were taken for controlling coronavirus in the state includes a 24×7 control room (0866-2410978) and 104 help line (Toll free number) for providing health advice on Covid-19.
Till now, 151 coronavirus cases were confirmed in India.