Thiruvananthapuram: The Chief Minister is likely to grant more concessions in the Kovid review meeting to be convened today. This is in the event that the TPR is not reduced. The current restrictions will continue until next Wednesday. Prior to that, a review meeting will be held to assess the situation.
Attempts are made to prevent or prolong the third wave as much as possible. The health department has suggested stricter controls for this. The Chief Minister may explain such matters after today’s review meeting.
∙ Full lockdown days today and tomorrow are restricted to hotels, restaurants, bakeries, food products, groceries, fruit, vegetable, fish and meat shops, milk booths and toddy shops. Hours are 7am to 7pm. Purchasing parcels directly at hotels is not allowed; Home delivery only. Those in the construction sector can work according to Kovid standards.
These days KSRTC will run limited services for those in the essential services sector. The triple lockdown will continue in areas where TPR is high.
10,243 were negative
Another 10,243 people who were undergoing treatment recovered yesterday. Yesterday, 12,095 positive people returned to the district: Malappuram 1553, Kollam 1271, Kozhikode 1180, Thrissur 1175, Ernakulam 1116, Thiruvananthapuram 1115, Palakkad 1098, Alappuzha 720, Kannur 719, Kasargod 708, Kottayam 550, Pathanamthitta 374, Wayanad 300 and Idukki 216.
English Summary: Covid, restrictions will continue at Kerala