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Kerala reports 3 new Covid-19 cases after lockdown eased

Today there are 84 Covid-19 hotspots in Kerala. Four of the 14 districts are Coronavirus free

Tuesday May 5, 2020 6:14 PM, ummid.com with inputs from IANS

Kerala Corona Update

Thiruvananthapuram: There were only three new Covid-19 cases reported in Kerala on Tuesday and all were in the Wayanad district. For the past two days the state did not register a single new case.

Coronavirus Hotspots in Kerala

In the state in all 502 positive cases was there and at present there are 37 under treatment.

"A total of 21,342 people are under observation at their homes while 308 others have been kept under observation at different hospitals across the state," said Vijayan.

Today there are 84 hotspots in the state. Four of the 14 districts are Covid-19 free.

Kerala lockdown relaxation

On Monday, across most Kerala districts it was like a curtain raiser for the new normal, as the good old days of absolute freedom will now go down into history as the old normal.

Barring public transport and auto-rickshaws, roads in Kerala witnessed traffic as markets and shops opened. Also opened offices in the government and the private sector. But barber shops, liquor vends, beauty parlours, cinema theatres, malls and gymnasiums are closed.

Shops, restaurants working time

Shops can open from 7 a.m. to 7.30 p.m, while restaurants can only provide packed food.

"We have to continue like this for some more time, if not the gains that we have made might disappear. The lockdown norms set by the state government on the basis of the Centre's guideline will continue," said Law Minister A.K. Balan.

It was on January 30 that the first case of Covid-19 was registered in Thrissur. It was also the first case in the country.

Like in other parts of the country, districts have been classified into green, orange and red zones.

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