Corona havoc in Kerala; Tamil Nadu & Karnataka impose restrictions in view of infection

The Karnataka government has allowed only those people from Kerala to enter the state who will have RT-PCR negative test report within 72 hours of travel.

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Published on 1 Aug 2021 12:33 PM GMT

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New Delhi: In the last 24 hours, 41,831 new cases of corona have been reported in the country, with which the number of infected has increased to 3,16,55,824. In the last 24 hours, 541 people died due to the pandemic, due to which the death toll from the pandemic has increased to 4,24,351.

A large part of these figures of infected are from Kerala. The pandemic is becoming uncontrollable in Kerala. For the past few days, more than 20 thousand cases are being reported in Kerala.

Infection rate in Kerala at 12.31 percent:

According to the report of news agency, at present the rate of infection in Kerala has reached 12.31 percent. In view of the deteriorating situation in Kerala, the neighboring states of Karnataka and Tamil Nadu have started imposing strict restrictions to prevent the pandemic.

The Karnataka government has allowed only those people from Kerala to enter the state who will have RT-PCR negative test report within 72 hours of travel.

Restrictions in Karnataka:

The Health Department of Karnataka has clearly stated that passengers coming from Kerala will not be allowed to enter the state without negative RT-PCR test report even if they have taken both the doses of anti-Covid vaccines.

On the other hand, Tamil Nadu has allowed only those travelers coming from Kerala who have either negative RT-PCR test report or have taken a single dose of anti-Covid vaccine.

Alam is that both the neighboring states of Karnataka and Tamil Nadu are screening passengers coming from Kerala at railway stations, airports and bus stations where interstate buses arrive. Karnataka has deployed police posts at all the check posts in the state under the leadership of the Deputy Superintendent of Police. On the other hand, Tamil Nadu has deployed a large police force on the borders. The Tamil Nadu Health Minister said that the Tamil Nadu government is taking strict measures to prevent the pandemic.

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