Around fifty percentage of the COVID 19 quarantine centres aligned by the government for the expats and those who came back from other states have already been closed down.
A 60- year- old and 41 -yer-old, one retired employee and other an employee at VSSC respectively have no source of the infection to trace. Besides around 6 cases have been reportedly infected the pandemic through contact.
The state recorded 150 COVID cases today. Among the 150 COVID cases, 91 are those who came back from abroad and of which 50 cases are from Kuwait. Ten contacted the pandemic through contact.
The secretariat meeting decided to oppose strongly the alleged move launched against the government by the opposition UDF and union minister V Murleedharan.
CPI recommended Revenue and Agriculture Ministers to submit report over the matter. The CPI state Secretariat convened in Thiruvannathapuram has taken the decision.
Ramachandran commission has submitted interim report to hike bus charge during COVID 19 period. Even as Transport Minister AK Shasheendran said the cabinet has the prerogative to take ultimate decision on the charge hike.
Kerala is in the 28th position in testing COVID. There is reportedly lower number of the infected in the state as the tests conducted in the state are lower.
Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan said in his daily briefing on COVID 19. with this the number of COVID cases crosses three digital over the last seven days.
Congress MP Shashi Tharoor urged Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan to postpone the state University examinations in the back ground of spike in COVID 19 cases.
The party state president K Surendran said Chef Minister is befooling himself by taking decisions not consulting with the Centre. Chief Minister says about things which are impractical and not comes under the prerogative of the state.