Thiruvananthapuram: Kerala is on high alert with eight more covid 19 confirmed in the state yesterday. The total number of patients has reached 14, according to a report by the health minister. As the Parents of a three-year-old boy in Kochi have been diagnosed with the disease, the covid 19 diagnosed count reaches 14.
7 in Pathanamthitta, 4 in Kottayam and 3 in Ernakulam are diagnosed by covid 19. The minister said that the health condition of the affected patients is satisfactory. Parents of Pathanamthitta residents who have been diagnosed with the disease are more cautious due to their age. The number of people under surveillance in the state is 1495, KK Shailaja said. Of these, 259 were hospitalized, the health minister said.
Additional teams have been set up in Pathanamthitta, Ernakulam, Kottayam and Kollam districts to find out who is in contact with the sick. Of the 980 samples sent, 815 results were obtained. Samples test is progressing at Kozhikode Medical College. The inspection will begin today in Thiruvananthapuram. Rajiv Gandhi Center has also got permission to conduct the inspection. The minister also said that he hopes to get more financial assistance from the central government.
caution and caring.
The screening and shooting of Malayalam movies will be suspended from today. The FEFKA, Producers’ Association and Distributors Associations meeting have decided to do so following the Chief Minister’s proposal to suspend cinema and drama and to avoid the possibility of people coming together.
Various Malayalam films including Mammootty’s film Priest have been stopped. The meeting has suggested that the directors should make a decision based on the circumstances of the more than 20 films currently being shot.
The Chief Minister has announced strong preventive measures will be taken in the state for the prevention of Covid 19 virus prevention activities. Examinations of students up to grade 7 have been completely stopped and all educational institutions including madrasas have been given leave.