Kerala imposes weekend lockdown

After a triple lockdown, Kerala has yet again registered a spike in coronavirus cases.

India has already witnessed a huge loss in the second wave of COVID-19. Now as the third wave is preparing to step in, the South Asian country is gearing up its vaccination drive.

 

After a triple lockdown, Kerala has yet again registered a spike in coronavirus cases. To curb the mass spread, the Kerala government has decided to impose weekend lockdown in the state. The state recorded 14,536 new cases on Tuesday with the death of 124 people.

 

Three category divisions have been made - ‘A’ is the area having 5 percent TRP. In this area all shops and offices will work with just being closed on weekends.

 

‘B’ is the category given to areas having TRP with 10 percent. In this, all essential services will be allowed to function while all other shops will be open on Monday, Wednesday and Friday till 8 PM.

 

In the ‘C’ category TRP will be up to 15 percent, all essential services and other shops will be open only on Friday.

 

‘D’ category is associated with areas having TRP above 15 percent. In it most restrictions are imposed with only essential services functioning.

 

In all the categories, banking services will function on all the five days of the week.

 

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