No night curfew, school closure in Kerala, only 50 people allowed in functions


As per the sources, the government has no plans to introduce weekend restrictions too.

Police checking as part of night curfew (File photo) | Photo: B Muralikrishnan

Thiruvananthapuram: The COVID-19 review meeting presided by Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan has decided not to impose tough restrictions in the state. It is confirmed that night curfew will not be imposed for now. As per the sources, the government has no plans to introduce weekend restrictions too.

Meanwhile, strict action will be taken to control crowding. Only 50 people will be allowed in public functions. All meetings should be conducted online.

Schools will continue to function in the state. Measures will be taken to control the crowd in public and private functions.

The government will also direct offices to encourage work from home.

A decision on tightening the curbs will be taken in the next COVID-19 review meeting.

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