COVID-19: Cyberabad police reach out to gated communities, assure help

Cyberabad police and Society for Cyberabad Security Council (SCSC) on Sunday held a virtual meeting with all gated communities to discuss measures for preventing the spread of COVID 19.

By Newsmeter Network  Published on  26 April 2021 5:09 AM GMT
COVID-19: Cyberabad police reach out to gated communities, assure help

Hyderabad: Cyberabad police and Society for Cyberabad Security Council (SCSC) on Sunday held a virtual meeting with all gated communities to discuss measures for preventing the spread of COVID 19.

The meeting was attended by the Cyberabad Commissioner of police, residents of gated communities, and representatives of resident welfare associations.

The representatives requested the police to depute an officer for timely support, make announcements regarding COVID precautions, and regularly disinfect the gated communities.

They also suggested increasing the number of testing facilities. With Telangana government announcing free vaccination, they said vaccines should be provided to the gated communities.

The representatives also requested police to share dos and dont's to prevent the spread of coronavirus.

Cyberabad commissioner V.C Sajjanar assured the representatives that they will coordinate with other concerned government departments and try to provide support to the gated communities.

Krishna Yedula, secretary-general of SCSC, said he would help the residents if they require ambulances.

In April, one of the largest gated communities in Hyderabad – My Home Jewel in Madinaguda - had emerged as a COVID-19 hotspot, reporting more than 150 cases. The same month, another gated community, My Home Avatar in Narsingi had reported 100 cases in 10 days.

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