Restrictions like second wave started returning from Corona infection in Kerala and Puducherry

It is mandatory to apply mask in public places due to increase in corona cases

New Delhi. Corona virus cases are increasing rapidly in the country. In view of the increasing cases of infection in many states, the old restrictions are being implemented once again. Kerala is also included in this. Here it has been made mandatory for pregnant women and the elderly and people suffering from serious diseases to wear masks.
Kerala Health Minister Veena George held a high-level meeting to assess the status of COVID-19. During this, he said that deaths related to corona infection mostly occur in people above 60 years of age and people suffering from diseases like diabetes. Wearing of masks in public places has been made mandatory in the Union Territory of Puducherry from April 7. This decision has been taken in view of the increasing cases of Corona.
In view of the increasing cases of Corona, the Union Health Minister held a meeting with the Health Ministers of the States. In this meeting, the preparations made regarding Kovid-19 were reviewed and it was decided to conduct mock drill in hospitals on 10-11 April. Mandaviya has directed all the states and union territories to be vigilant, increase testing and genome sequencing and keep hospitals prepared

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