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Covid 19: Severe regulation in the state, closure of educational institutions, restrictions on Sabarimala

by Shaju Mon
Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan said that the state government was compelled to go to extraordinary care in connection with the Covid 19 vigil. Governmental agencies are being conscious throughout the state. But the situation says that it is normal caution. As new cases are reported, more care is required.

Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan explained that governance arrangements are compulsory to restrict where people congregate. All schools will be closed from 1st to 7th grade. The same will be applicable to CBSE and ICSE syllabuses. Special classes and vacation classes should be avoided. All the madrassas and Anganwadis should be closed. The colleges will also be closed this month.

Religious rituals, ceremonies including church festivals and mosques, are to be avoided by the crowds. In Sabarimala, arrangements are made to perform the pooja rituals without any hindrance. The CM also said that people should avoid marriages that are crowded.

Steps will be taken to avoid the disease in government offices.
The government will postpone public events. The chief minister requested that the travel details not be hidden. The Chief Minister warned that the slightest indifference with the persons with a risk of illness will leave the matters behind.

Inspection at airports will be strengthened. Monitoring systems will be strengthened.CM also requested to avoid going to cinemas theaters.

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