COVID-19: Stringent restrictions at state borders, says Pinarayi Vijayan


Restrictions will be intensified in Manjeswaram where many people are travelling to Mangalapuram on a regular basis.

Thiruvananthapuram: With the spread of coronavirus cases increasing in Kerala, stringent restrictions will be imposed at the borders, said Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan. People will not be allowed to go out of the state and come back on a regular basis.

Restrictions will be intensified in Manjeswaram where many people are travelling to Mangalapuram on a regular basis. As it leads to the spread of COVID-19, such travel on a regular basis will not be allowed. People who have to visit Mangalapuram for work must restrict inter-state travel to one a month, he said.

Minimum work will be ensured in the IT sector. As many companies at the Thiruvananthapuram technopark are facing problems due to the triple lockdown. Minimum work force will be allowed in those companies. The remaining employees can work from home. Minister’s offices can also maintain minimum work force, the CM said.

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