COVID 19: Nine more positive cases reported at Kerala
The state on Tuesday announced nine new Covid-19 positive cases. Simultaneously, 12 individuals experiencing treatment in emergency clinics for the disease are on the way of recuperation as they turned negative in the continued examining test. The new cases are from Kasaragod (four), Kannur (three) and one each from Kollam and Malappuram. The negative outcomes have originated from Kannur (five), Ernakulam (four) and one each from Thiruvananthapuram, Alappuzha and Kasaragod.
“Of the nine new cases, four showed up from abroad, two went to the strict assembly at Nizamudeen and the staying two got contaminated through contact with positive cases,” said Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan. The CM additionally said the godowns are very much supplied. He raised worry on the transportation of stale fish available to be purchased during the lockdown and said observation will be strengthened.
“Another issue that went to our notification is the emergency looked by farmers who took up vegetable cultivating taking into account Vishu/Easter market. For them, selling their items during the lockdown will be troublesome. The Agriculture Department has chosen to secure such items,” he said.
The state is anticipating the Center’s mandates before making strides with respect to the post lockdown period, said Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan. He said the lockdown standards would proceed till April 14 and further augmentations will be made to the rules of the Center. He said versatile shops can open on Sundays, while vehicle workshops and extra parts shops can open on Sundays and Thursdays. The government is likewise considering opening shops selling fans and ACs, he said.
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