covid test positivity rate is not decreasing tpr based restriction will continue in kerala | COVID Test Positivity does not decrease, Triple Lockdown in places above TPR 18

Thiruvananthapuram : Current Kovid Restrictions in the State (Lockdown Restrictions) Extended for another week. Test positivity rate (Test Positivity Rate) The decision is in the least circumstances. The decision was taken at the state review meeting. From tomorrow TPR Areas above 18 will have a triple lockdown (Triple Lockdown)

Previously determined on the basis of TPR Lockdown Restrictions reset. It has been decided to maintain the control if the TPR does not fall below 10 per cent for a week.

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The practice of dividing areas into four categories based on test positivity rates will continue. At the same time, areas above TPR 18 will be subject to triple lockdown control. Further concessions will be given in areas below TPR6.

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The TPR of the A-category areas has been reduced to less than six per cent. 6-12 per cent were included in B category and 12-18 per cent in C category. Areas above 18 are included in category D.

The triple lockdown is being implemented in areas with 18% TPR. Earlier, the area with 24 per cent TPR was included in the D category.

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There are 165 A category areas in the state. There are 473 areas in B category and 318 in C category. Tipple lockdowns are being implemented in 80 D category areas with 18 per cent TPR.

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