Kerala to impose additional covid-related restriction from 5 June. Details here1 min read 03 Jun 2021, 09:24 PM IST
Kerala has been under lockdown since May 8 following the sharp rise in coronavirus cases.
Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan today announced that additional restrictions will be imposed in the state from 5 June till 9 June to reduce the COVID-19 positivity rate. The CM said, "Only shops selling essential items, those selling raw materials for industrial establishments & shops selling construction materials to be permitted from June 5 to 9." "The government and quasi-government institutions, public sector undertakings, corporations, and commissions will be allowed to function with 50% staff strength from June 10," news agency ANI reported.
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