Kerala imposed a total fine of Rs 46 lakh in a single day


In the last 24 hours, 15011 cases were reported in the state for not wearing a mask. A total of 5862 cases of non-compliance have been registered. COVID was fined Rs 46,53789 a day for violating the regulations. Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan announced this at a press conference.

The Chief Minister said in a press conference that in the coming days, strict restrictions will be imposed in the state in the wake of COVID. The CM said that the decision to suspend the operation of cinema theatres, shopping malls, gymnasiums, clubs, sports houses, complexes, swimming pools, parks, foreign bars and bars was taken at an all-party meeting here today.

Avoiding all crowds and gatherings is one of the most important ways to prevent the spread of the disease. “We need to understand that there is a high risk of disease transmission in closed areas,” he said.

At present, 75 people are allowed for weddings. The understanding is to reduce it to fifty in view of the critical situation. You must register with the COVID Vigilance Portal in advance for events such as weddings and housewarmings. A maximum of 20 people was allowed to attend the funeral.

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