Kerala: People with single dose of Covid vaccine will be allowed in movie theaters | Latest India News
The Kerala government announced on Wednesday that “those who have taken a single dose of the Covid-19 vaccine may enter wards” in the state.
The decision was made during a Covid-19 review meeting chaired by Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan.
The chief minister ordered the health ministry to issue guidelines on the issue, including maintaining physical distance in theaters and wearing masks.
It has also been decided that up to 100 people can attend closed-door weddings, funerals and other social, political, cultural and community events and in open spaces up to 200 people will be allowed to gather.
The government received a good response from the public after the schools opened and 80% attendance was recorded on the first day of opening, Vijayan said.
The meeting was attended by Minister of Health Veena George, Minister of Revenue K Rajan, Chief Secretary VP Joy, Chief of State Police Anil Kant, department secretaries, district collectors and district police chiefs.
Kerala has recorded 7,312 new cases of Covid-19 and 362 related deaths, bringing the number of cases to 49 87,710 and the number of deaths to 32,598, the state government said on Wednesday.
The state government has also said that anyone who has taken a single dose of the Covid vaccine can enter theaters.
Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan, in a statement, said the decision was made during the Covid review meeting held during the day.
In addition to that, it was also decided at the meeting that with the opening of schools, as children have health problems there, doctors should go and examine them, he said. said and added that it would help reduce fear of Covid among them.
It has also been decided that weddings, funerals and other social, political, cultural and community events held in closed rooms can accommodate up to 100 people and, when held in open spaces, participation can go up to ‘to 200.
With 8,484 more people cured of the virus since Tuesday, the total number of recoveries has reached 48,814,414 and active cases have reached 73,083, according to an official press release.
Of the 362 deaths, 51 were reported in the past few days, 72 were those that were not confirmed until June 18 of last year due to lack of adequate documentation and 239 were designated as Covid deaths after having received calls based on the Centre’s new guidelines. and instructions from the Supreme Court, the statement said.
No less than 69,680 samples have been tested in the past 24 hours.