Kerala mulls complete lockdown in worst-effected districts
Thiruvananthapuram (Kerala) [India], May 1 (ANI): As the COVID-19 cases in the state continues to rise, Kerala Chief Minister Pinaryi Vijaayan on Friday said a complete lockdown may be imposed in the districts with a higher positivity rate from May 4.
"The surge in the COVID cases shows that the situation in the state is going worse. In this context, the interventions have been strengthened at all levels. Apart from the restrictions announced earlier, a full lockdown may have to be imposed in some districts where the Test Positivity Rate is exceeding 50 per cent. We will be going for more stringent restrictions from May 4," Vijayan said while addressing media personnel on Friday.……
Leave a comment in Nestia App