With the prevalence of coronavirus in Tamil Nadu increasing, the medical team has put forward some suggestions on extending the curfew before Chief Minister Edappadi Palanisamy.
So far, 6,500 people have been infected with the fast-spreading coronavirus in India. Nearly 200 people have died. The curfew, which has been implemented to control the corona, ends on the 14th. However, as the prevalence of the coronavirus virus is increasing, various states have asked the central government to extend the curfew.
Tamil Nadu is the 2nd largest coronavirus in India. So far 838 people have been affected. Therefore, the curfew is expected to extend in Tamil Nadu as well.
In this context, Chief Minister Edappadi Palanisamy has consulted with 19 medical professionals on video conference to curb the coronary impact. Chennai Medical College Prof. Raghunandan, Medical Faculty, Health Minister Vijayabaskar and Chief Secretary Shanmugam attended the consultative meeting held at the Chennai Chief Secretariat.